Welcome to Day Six of the 30 Days of Forgiveness.
Hello, Dear One.
I know some of you taking are this course because you have a specific grievance you want to forgive; others of us are just curious about the topic in general.
No matter where you are on the spectrum of reasons, you are likely to notice an emotional charge as you work through this series.
I have been feeling anger, fear, anxiety, and a sense of helplessness over others, and these feelings are no fun! Despite the discomfort, each one of us can push through and really honor and love the part of us that wants to live with inner peace and joy.
Today’s Call To Action:
Today’s deep inquiry is to take a look at your behavior when negative emotions arise. Consider what best helps you deal with these difficult emotions. Do you use a specific technique or process? Do you reach out to a friend? What about remembering a story or giving yourself a pep talk? Does something special work for you?
Post a comment on the blog today and share what personally helps you best.
Alright, dear one. I have found Inner Bonding works best to help me manage my difficult emotions, but there are many resources and tools to guide you on your journey. I look forward to seeing what works best for you.
If you need more resources, browse through your classmates suggestions, as well as, check out the resources from the Inner Bonding 30-Day series. Once you’re on the Inner Bonding page, just click on the specific link that best matches the emotion you want to work through. I hope this is helpful to you.
Sending you lots of love today,
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Today’s Feature Image: “Orchid Splendor” by GollyGforce on Flickr