Thursday, August 23, 2012

Learn to Let Go

Life is too short to hang onto resentment.
Life is too precious to dare not to forgive.
Life is too valuable to stop doing what you want.
Life is too good to waste it on meaningless stuff.

Let go of what hurts you.
Let go of conflict that hurts others.
Let go of problems that won’t ever be resolved.
Let go of situations that scare, hurt or anger you.

Walk away from fighting.
Step away from arguing.
Suspend the need to be right.
Stop trying to make others wrong.

Give up your need to beat others down.
End the need to always have the last word.
Quit making someone else feel guilty.
Leave behind pretending to make no mistakes.

Forgive yourself for using egoic methods to shut down others.
Forgive the methods where only your needs are met.
Forgive yourself for being a bully or a victim.
Forgive yourself for staying and allowing anyone to be hurt.

Letting go means releasing the past.
Letting go means no longer telling hurtful stories.
Letting go means holding no grudges or regrets.
Letting go means freeing everyone to be whole now.

Letting go means learning to trust.
Letting go means relying on Goodness and God.
Letting go means listening within.
Letting go means forgiving everything and everyone, including ourselves.

Letting go means no harm is done to anyone.
Letting go is recognizing we all do our best.
Letting go is non-interference with others choices.
Letting go is being defenseless in our loving and giving.

Learning to let go requires a willingness to do no harm to ourselves and others.
Learning to let go asks that we come to peace before engaging with others.
Learning to let go requires patience and peace, understanding and acceptance.
Learning to let go is the healing work of those who choose to remember Love.

Let go of the bad and remember the Good.
Let go of the pain and remember the Joy.
Let go of the criticism and remember the gratitude.
Let go of the fear and remember always to Love.

Loving you and All,
Betty Lue 

Healing Our Projections => Seeing Only Wholeness 

1.    We perceive what we believe.
2.    We believe what we think we are.
3.    If I believe I am my past, then I believe you are your past.
4.  Believing in my past is to see it and live it over and over again in all I see and do and am.
5.  Believing in your past is to remember it and lay blame with my judgments of you.
6.  The more I feel guilty about my past, the more I place blame on you.
7.  All anger is but guilt projected onto others.
8.  To forgive my past is to release it.
9.  To release is to see it no more.
10.  As I release (forgive) my past, I release all others from my projected guilt and self-judgment. 
As I see myself whole, I see wholeness.
11. As I heal my guilt about past mistakes, I heal my fear of the future.
12. To be in the present is to heal (erase) the past.
13. As I live in the present and love myself as I am now, I like you in the present and see you as you are now.
14. In the presence of this present moment, there is only Love for ourselves, each other and all that is.