The way you are is not the result of what has happened to you, it’s the result of what you keep inside you. – unknown
Yesterday, I had the opportunity to participate in a day-long, mindfulness retreat. It was an entire day of silence and meditation. (To be honest, I was a skeptic of this strategy until recently. It was a beautifully restful and rejuvenating day!)
One of the meditations we were asked to experiment with was one on forgiveness. It was a deeply personal and humbling experience. In summary, we were asked to reflect on three
I was walking with a friend of mine, reflecting on life’s challenges when we began talking about forgiveness. During the conversation, our focus was on forgiving other people, in this case in our professional lives.
My thoughts quickly shifted to a concept of forgiveness that is rarely spoken about – at least in the circles I run in. And even less often do we talk about forgiving ourselves.