One Minute Meditation to Release and Forgive
Life is funny.
No matter how much we’d like to dust our hands together and say, “ah, there. Now I’m done” there is always more to be released.
Always something new trying to find its way into our space.
We are never done.
* You complete that last load of laundry, feeling so Holy, and immediately you spill tea on your shirt (just me?).
* You finally meet the perfect partner, and now it’s time for a new home.
There will always, always be more to release.
There will always be more to forgive.
If you feel like you have already released and forgiven everything you need to release and forgive, you are:
A: in for a big surprise
B: the Dalai Lama. In which case, hey! Thanks for reading my blog, dude. I’m a big fan of your work
For the rest of us, the work is never done.
And the order rarely changes.
In order to release, we must forgive. Forgiveness is the process by which we release that which no longer serves us.In order to release, we must forgive. Forgiveness is the process by which we release that which no longer serves us Click To Tweet
*Note: my therapist recommended a great little book by Gerald G. Jampolsky called Forgiveness: The Greatest Healer of All. I highly recommend it
Meditation has become one of my most treasured tools when it comes to forgiveness and releasing that which I know I need to let go of.
This One Minute Meditation is just shy of five minutes long. Forgive? I believe you can do it five minutes.
Get comfortable. Get quiet. Realize that the world around you may not get quiet, and that’s okay. As my best pal, Brenda always says, “Use the noise of the world to guide you more deeply into your meditation.”
Love you a whole lot,