You messed up. Made some mistakes. Did some things you really regret. Great. Welcome to the latest class in the “how to be a human” course.
Now get over it, forgive yourself, and move on.
Any time I fail to be my best self, I have to remind myself that I’m still a student. I’m still learning to live, love and evolve to the highest level of my soul. And mistakes are part of the process. I go into the stillness and ask Infinite Intelligence to guide me closer to my higher self. And I ask for the courage to make that change.
No one can manifest a life of health, happiness and prosperity without practicing the forgiveness law of prosperity. And that always starts with yourself.
As you learn to forgive yourself, you’ll find it easier to forgive others. And doing so creates a vacuum for good to enter your life. It would be good to review my video on the forgiveness law of prosperity, so I’m embedding it below.
After that video, the question I get is, what about the guy who shot me? Did I forgive him? And the answer is of course. He was a crack addict, looking for his next fix, and he was doing the best he could, with what he had to work with too. And the truth is, it was a lot easier for me to forgive him, then the doctor!
So here’s your mantra for today:
I release and let go. I have no regrets, and I love the person I’m becoming and the life I’m living.
You up for that?
P.S. I’m here in Tokyo; the first time I’ve conducted a program here. That picture today is two of Tokyo's most famous attractions at night, seen from Odaiba: The Rainbow Bridge and the illuminated Tokyo Tower in the background.