5 Meditation Practices For Forgiveness

These 5 meditation practices for forgiveness were written by Iyanla Vanzant. She says,

What I have learned during my 30-year sojourn through the science of personal and spiritual growth and healingIyanla Vanzant is that forgiveness will cure whatever ails you. The other thing I am totally convinced of is that while forgiveness ain’t easy, it’s the most important inner work you can do within your mind and heart. …

The practice of forgiveness is your ticket to clarity, vitality, and freedom.

Forgiveness is one of the segments in Vishen Lakhiani‘s 6 Phase Meditation. Forgiveness is also the main topic or sub-topic of more than 10 additional articles (see the first tab, below this article).

Iyanla Vanzant’s new book, Forgiveness: 21 Days to Forgive Everyone for Everything is her challenge to us to come out of the darkness into the light of forgiveness. In the book, she shares these 5 meditation practices for forgiveness:

  1. Still Your Mind — Begin your day by stilling your mind for at least 5 minutes. You can also listen to one of your favorite meditations.
  2. Begin a Forgiveness Journal — Get yourself a Forgiveness Journal and a special pen and start writing. Give yourself permission to be radically honest with yourself about yourself. Write your most heartfelt thought or memory to access your innermost thoughts and beliefs.
  3. Read a Forgiveness Prayer — Read a Forgiveness prayer twice a day—once silently and once aloud. Hearing this prayer will align you with the Holy Spirit, as it is the presence of the Creator that responds to our slightest request.
  4. Relax and RestoreListen to my Gratitude Meditation that I have included here. This meditation will help to restore your mind and heart to balance.
  5. Be Sure To Do Something Good for Yourself Today!

In tomorrow’s article, we will share an example a forgiveness prayer from Forgiveness: 21 Days to Forgive Everyone for Everything.

Do you have a forgiveness prayer that you like? If so, please share it. If not, watch for tomorrow’s forgiveness prayer.

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