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The Art of Forgiveness: Letting Go and Moving Forward


The Art of Forgiveness

Isn’t it time you let go of that anger and resentment and forgave yourself? Or maybe you need to forgive someone else that did something to you that you can’t drop? Whether you are hung up on guilt about something you did and find it hard to let go, or there is someone you think you can’t forgive, all you are doing is creating bad vibes for yourself and we all know where that leads to.

Whether you are hung up on guilt about something you did and find it hard to let go, or there is someone you think you can’t forgive, all you are doing is creating bad vibes for yourself and we all know where that leads to.


Forgiveness can be challenging, but it's essential to healing and personal growth. It requires us to let go of resentment, anger, and other negative emotions that keep us stuck in the past. When we forgive, we free ourselves from carrying around pain and hurt. It's a powerful tool for moving forward and creating a better future for ourselves. It's like releasing a burden from our shoulders that we no longer need to carry.


The art of forgiveness requires practice and patience. It's not always easy to forgive, especially when we feel that someone has wronged us significantly. However, forgiveness is necessary for our own well-being and spiritual growth. Holding onto anger and resentment only keeps us stuck in the past, preventing us from moving forward and experiencing true happiness.


One of the first steps in forgiveness is to acknowledge our own emotions. We must allow ourselves to feel the anger, hurt, and pain that we are experiencing. We shouldn't try to suppress these emotions, as they are a natural part of the healing process. Once we have acknowledged our feelings, we can work on letting go of them.



To forgive, we must focus on compassion and understanding. By putting ourselves in the shoes of the person who hurt us and try to see things from their perspective. This doesn't mean we condone their behaviour or excuse what they did, but it helps us see them as human beings who make mistakes. Forgiveness is easier when we can empathise with the person who hurt us, and that person might be yourself!



Another critical aspect of forgiveness is to focus on the present moment. We can't change the past, but we can choose how we react to it. Focusing on the present moment and our emotions allows us to let go of the past and move forward. We can't control what others do or say, but we can control our reactions and responses.


Finally, forgiveness requires us to practice self-care and self-compassion. We must be kind to ourselves and recognise that we are doing our best. It's okay to make mistakes and to struggle with forgiveness. By practising self-compassion, we can give ourselves the space and time to heal and grow.


In conclusion, forgiveness is a powerful tool for healing and personal growth. It requires us to acknowledge our emotions, focus on compassion and understanding, live in the present moment, and practice self-care and self-compassion. When we forgive, we let go of the past and move forward, creating a better future.


Tip: Try meditating with one of the following crystals, focus your intention on who you want to forgive (including yourself). Rose Quartz, Unakite or Amazonite.




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