Powerful Forgiveness…

Why is it so difficult to forgive?

What are the steps to forgiveness?

As with anything is appears to start with acceptance.

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Believing in who you are is the first step and then let go. It’s like watching the darkness fade away and seeing the sunrise for the first time. Truly accept yourself. It’s okay, because you are okay, and life is okay.

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Respect the decision to accept and respect yourself. If you were to describe yourself as if you were someone else who knew you, would you like you? Accept you? Respect you? Of course, you would.

Embrace it.

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Respect, accept and forgive as if you are looking at someone else!

You are supportive and generous in supporting others, so why not act as if you were that other person looking in with support. Encouragment.

Forgive yourself and accept yourself as you follow the journey meant for you.

Thoughtfully,

Tracey

Surround ExperiSense…

The smell that instantly takes you back to grandmas, the feel of the warmest blanket from mom when you are having a bad day, the amazing taste of Sunday dinner with family. What do they all have in common? Comfort, Love and the ever-ending feeling of safety.

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These are memories that our brains have recognized for just that. Most of the time it’s a good memory of comfort and love, but occasionally the comfort comes from just wanting to feel better and what results can be actually devastating and debilitating. What if I said that you could have that amazing, love and comfort with you all the time? Surrounding yourself with similarities will still have your brain sensing the same emotions and can elevate you in so many ways.

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Some aromatherapy that brings about being at grandmas. Having a warm shawl, blanket or even the softest shirt while you are working. Bringing in the ingredients to make a rendition of that Sunday meal. These are brining in to your surroundings feelings that your brain will recognize and then release the hormones that make us feel safe, secure and loved.

Thoughtfully,

Tracey

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