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Forgiveness letter to myself

I forgive myself for neglecting and abusing my body.

I forgive myself for rejecting myself. I forgive myself for abandoning myself.

I forgive myself for treating my body with disgust. I forgive myself for shaming my body image. 

I forgive myself for rejecting my sexuality.

I forgive myself for not wanting to give myself love. 

I forgive myself for self-abusing through the wrong relationships.

I forgive myself for not forgiving myself. 

I forgive myself for making the wrong choices.

I forgive myself for the self-destruction I was practicing.

I forgive myself for the harmful things I’ve done to myself. 

I forgive myself for wanting to kill myself. 

I forgive myself for making myself look ugly and unlikable. 

I forgive myself for dampening my beauty and not seeing it. 

I forgive myself for the challenges I’ve always put on myself. For the tough fights I was picking.

I forgive myself for making my life hard and unenjoyable. 

I forgive myself for choosing to struggle in life. 

I forgive myself for picking the wrong partners.

I forgive myself for making myself suffer in love.

I forgive myself for trying to prove I’m unlovable.

I forgive myself for working the wrong jobs. For not listening to my heart’s desire.

I forgive myself for punishing myself all the time.

I forgive myself for loathing myself. 

I forgive myself for shutting myself down.

I forgive myself for making myself small.

I forgive myself for making myself invisible.

I forgive myself for believing what wasn’t true about myself.

I forgive myself for becoming what I am not.

I forgive myself for not listening to my heart and believing my truth.

I forgive myself for getting lost. 

I forgive myself for my confusion and loneliness. 

I forgive myself for not knowing. 

I forgive myself for everything I’ve done to harm myself.

I forgive myself for believing I deserve to be sad, lonely and unhappy.

I forgive myself for believing I wasn’t worthy of love and happiness.

I forgive myself for the pain I was feeling long time. 

 

I forgive myself.

I love myself.

I am free from the past.

I accept my journey.

I am thankful for my life.

I am me. 

I forgive…

With love, Vilina. I’d love to hear your thoughts. Let me know in the comments.

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Vilina Christoph is a spiritual writer and uses the power of words to help others on their journey of healing and recovery. She distills challenging life experiences into meaningful lessons and practical wisdom. She believes that finding our voices and speaking our truth empowers us to transform our lives and reach long-lasting fulfillment.

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