I have been angry at someone lately. I will not name names in order to protect the innocent, but there is a person that is part of my life (not by my own choosing, but none the less) that is pissing me off. I am mindful enough to know that this anger I am feeling is having no positive impact on anyone and is actually serving to hurt me because I know better.
I know that the anger is my egos reaction and not my true nature…..and yet there is something that feels powerful and my ego likes it. If someone is wrong then I MUST be right. If I am judging another person then I MUST be better than them.
This is NOT who I am. I believe in the power of love and forgiveness. I believe that each person comes into this world with G-D inside of them and IS love. I believe that it is when people are hurting the most is when they do things to hurt others and that this is when they need love the most.
And yet….my ego still shows its ugly head and its takes all of the love and light in my heart to let it go.
So for today I say, “I’m Sorry, Forgive me. Thank you. I Love You.”
I am sorry for my judgmental and separate ego state. Forgive me for my anger and unkind thoughts. I am only human. Thank you true nature for living inside of each of us; I love you.
The next time your ego mind or anger and judgment take over try healing yourself and saying, “I’m sorry, forgive me. Thank you, I love you.
If you wonder if these words really hold power check out this really cool article about a Doctor who used these words to heal the criminally insane.
Is there someone you are holding anger towards? Do you think adopting this mindset would improve your life and well-being?
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Jennifer Bronsnick, MSW, LCSW is passionate about supporting moms to be resilient. As a mother of three daughters under 8 and a survivor of postpartum depression and anxiety Jennifer knows exactly how challenging motherhood can be. She also knows that there is hope for all of us and with accurate information, support and inspiration that mothers and families can thrive.
Jennifer’s years of clinical experience as a social worker and her own personal journey gives her the unique ability to guide other moms on their path to health and wellness. You can also learn more about Jennifer, the services she offers and purchase her books on maternal self-care at www.themindfulfamily.com/jennifer.