Updated: Jun 13
I embrace healing and renewal when I let go of past hurt.
Each morning when the sun rises, I have an opportunity to rebuild myself. I open myself up to healing as a new day dawns. Meaningful renewal occurs when I let go of past hurt and focus on improving each day.
I make a conscious decision to just let go of things that hurt me.
When someone says something unkind about me, I face it head on. Confronting the pain encourages me to assess its validity. I stay away from believing any person's perspective of me that is inconsistent with how I feel about myself.
Even though some situations damage me, I am confident in my ability to heal. I meditate on my positive traits to reaffirm my love for myself.
That reaffirmation is the first step in renewing my mind, soul, and heart. Each time I experience renewal, I become stronger and more resilient. There are very few things that have the ability to keep me down.
Forgiveness is the second step towards achieving renewal. When I allow myself to pardon someone, I feel a sense of lightness. The emotional burden is lifted and I am able to refocus on me.
Today, I love the person I become when I embrace daily renewal. The challenges in life only serve to build my character and commitment to growth. I am committed to defeating the things that try to harm my spirit.
1. What are some of the offenses that are more difficult for me to let go of?
2. What strategies can I use to help me put negative experiences behind me?
3. What practices can I implement to achieve spiritual and emotional renewal?