Life Coaching Session #4

Gathering Momentum

Life Coaching Session #4

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Today I had my fourth life coaching session with Cory. I've been feeling like I need to practice forgiveness of myself and others, and I asked Cory how to deal with it. After she held up the metaphorical mirror to show me that "what we chase is what we think is missing in ourselves" I began to see how judgmental I've been of others, especially my parents. I asked Cory how to practice forgiveness and she suggested the prompt "What am I willing to forgive?"

We all have grievances against our parents, and today Cory helped me see that what I am most angry about in them is really anger towards myself.

Mom and Dad, you're doing a great job and I love you. I forgive you and myself.

Here is what I am willing to forgive:

I am willing to forgive myself for going unconscious
I am willing to forgive myself for lazy thinking
I am willing to forgive myself for not being perfect
I am willing to forgive myself for judging other people
I am willing to forgive myself for feeling fear
I am willing to forgive myself for feeling confused
I am willing to forgive myself for blacking out

I understand that I go unconscious when I feel overwhelmed, anxious or scared. I go unconscious when I don’t want to deal with life. I go unconscious when I feel like I am failing.

I am willing to forgive my parents for going unconscious
I can see that they might black out when they feel fear, or failure, or overwhelment.

I am willing to forgive myself for sharing too much online
I am willing to forgive myself for caring about what other people think

I am willing to forgive my parents for not understanding me or my work
I am willing to forgive myself for not understanding my parents

I am willing to forgive myself for judging my parents and feeling angry and unsupported
When really I am judging myself for not supporting myself

I am willing to forgive myself for not filling my own cup
and for judging others when they don’t fill their own cups

I am willing to forgive myself for not looking in the mirror. I am willing to forgive others for not looking in the mirror. It’s hard to look in the mirror by yourself. It’s hard to look in the mirror when you don’t know how.

I am willing to forgive myself for blacking out.
i am willing to forgive myself for lazy thinking. It’s ok Jessica it’s not a big deal. It’s an evolution. You are always doing your best.

I am willing to forgive my parents for not giving me what I want.
I am willing to forgive myself for not giving myself what I want.

I am willing to forgive myself for creating this awkward situation. I am willing to forgive myself for posting this online. I am willing to forgive myself for judging myself for sharing too much. I am willing to forgive myself for blacking out.

It’s ok to black out.

I’m willing to forgive myself for not pleasing my parents.
I am willing to forgive my parents for not pleasing me.

I am willing to forgive myself for feeling hurt but not dealing with it.
I am willing to forgive myself for projecting all of these hurts onto my poor parents.

I am willing to forgive my parents for not being all up in my grill and babying me.

I am willing to forgive myself for not unconditionally loving myself.

I am willing to forgive myself for not loving myself the way I need to be loved.

I am willing to forgive myself for hurting others.
I am willing to forgive others for hurting me.

I love you, I’m sorry, please forgive me.

Jessica Mullen
Living the magick life.
3 COMMENTS
  • Betty

    You are so amazing. I love you.

  • Erin

    Spot on, all of this. You ARE amazing and I needed these reminders as well! Great exercise & affirmations <3

  • jessica mullen

    Yay thanks so much for reading Erin! <3

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