I would like to start with a quote from one of my favorite writers:
Maya Angelou ""It's one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself, to forgive. Forgive everybody"
Everyone wants to know how to clear their chakras, their past lives, old energy the simple one step answer is forgiveness. Even forgiving yourself, those who have passed on, everyone. The fact is that we are not perfect, you will at one point in your life mess up and hurt someone or yourself, by not being the person that you were expected to be. Maybe you stayed in a bad relationship too long, misjudged someone, self sabotaged your goals or any number of missteps that you will replay in your mind until the tape is worn out. Someone in your life may do you a great injustice, hurt you, or hurt someone you love. This is a simple fact of life. Holding on to the anger only hurts you in the long run. It is like taking a slow working poison that hardens the heart, skews your self image, and can ruin future opportunities.
How to forgive is an entirely different beast. Some points that may help you on the forgiveness journey:
Clearing out your heart chakra takes time and patience. You cannot wave a magic wand and expect all of the lifetimes of hurt to vanish. You can little by little, release the hurt, the wounds and the pain of the past and fill that space up with love. Love yourself and those around you for being the perfectly flawed people that you are meant to be. Love the sunrise of each new day and the opportunity it brings.
With gratitude for the lessons learned; I forgive and release all old energy, cords, and anything else that is holding me back from living in a state of peace and Divine love.
My chakras and energy field are perfectly cleared, activated and aligned with the energy of love.
2020 has been a wild ride to say the least! Have you filled your 2020 bingo card yet? For many of you the holidays may look a little different this year. I know there are those who will get to spend it with their loved ones, but there are many like me who may choose to spend it in isolation. This can make an already difficult season even harder to cope with. I would be lying if I said that no tears were shed at my decision to stay home.
Those who are close to me know that my favorite place is at home with my family, but all of us fall into the medically susceptible category and have decided that travel is too risky right now. So the question is how to move past the tears and into a place of hope?
Well the answer depends on what is making it difficult for you to find your joy. I will break it down into categories and give you some tips and tools to rock around your Christmas tree, Light a spiritual fire for your Menorah, get creative with your Kwanzaa or ring in the New Year with a sense of joy!
Challenge 1. Money is tight
Many of you have found yourself in between jobs, stuck in quarantine, or counting your pennies in the off chance that the proverbial deer poop hits the fan. Here are some ways to celebrate while counting the coin.
Challenge 2. You are all alone
You may find yourself all alone during this difficult time and you will have the choice of being stuck in sad mode, or planning out fun ways to celebrate.
Challenge 3. You are straight up depressed
Okay, I got it 2020, was rotten and the flying snakes and no toilet paper really iced your cake. Seriously though there are several ways to cope with this:
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.