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 healing 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:
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Relax and Restore — Listen to my Gratitude Meditation that I have included here. This meditation will help to restore your mind and heart to balance.
- 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.