I have held a lot of anger.
And with good reason.
Look at what women have put up with for centuries: being burned at the stake, having no voice or freedom to vote, genital mutilation, persecuted … the list goes on.
I know that I am carrying centuries of anger. For my great grandmother. For my ancestral sisters. For mother earth.
She, especially, is hurting right now as we destroy, pollute, and burn her.
So while I have a lot to be angry about, and so do you, we have no reason to hold onto it and spread it.
We have no reason to create more violence with our thoughts and words.
It’s time to let down our shields and swords. It’s time to surrender. And the access is through forgiveness.
How can we lead in our anger?
How can we partner in our anger?
Trust me, I’ve tried and it doesn’t work.
For us to be part of the shift to a new paradigm of leadership and help raise the consciousness on the planet, we need to look deep within at where we are first angry at ourselves and let it go.
That’s why I am so excited Stacey Hall, the best selling author of “Chi-To-Be! Achieving Your Ultimate B-All™” shared with us a 4 Step Forgiveness Process on this week’s Truth Telling Tuesday audio.
Allow yourself the gift of FREEDOM today.
Listen and enjoy:
About Stacey Hall:
Stacey Hall is the author of “Chi-To-Be! Achieving Your Ultimate B-All™” and the creator of the Chi-To-Be!™ Mastery Program. She is also the co-author of the global best-seller ‘Attracting Perfect Customers…The Power of Strategic Synchronicity,’ which has been translated into numerous languages since its publication in 2001 by Berrett-Koehler Publishers.
Having reached a point of complete physical, emotional, and mental depletion in 2005, Stacey Hall declared, ‘I want to learn how to heal my heart and then help others to heal their hearts’.
Those words launched a six-year journey of self-discovery. Today, having brought her self back from a life-threatening illness, Hall understands all too well the toll that dealing with financial and emotional stress takes in depleting one’s strength and diminishing one’s sense of personal power.
Who will you forgive using this process today? Please leave a comment sharing your experience.