Forgiveness: A Path To Freedom



Tired of carrying all that weight?

CHOOSEday with Felicia Scott

I don’t know what was harder to do…move from the house I had lived in for the last 12 years, or carry the weight of all the terrible memories of my divorce from my past.  Well, actually I do know what is harder.  It’s carrying all that crap from my past and innocently bringing it with me into every thing I do.  My guess is that it’s probably pretty hard for you, too.  Here’s some divorce advice.  Forgive your past so that you can be free to move on with your life.  If you don’t, you’ll never make into a future without the “baggage” of your past.

It’s so important to let go, that I will tell you that it will slowly kill you and your aspirations for a better future if you don’t.  Let’s get one thing straight (and it was a SUPER difficult lesson for me to learn)  Forgiveness is not saying that what was “done” to you in the past was okay.  Forgiveness is saying that it’s not as important as your future happiness. It’s saying that YOU are more important than any of the terrible stuff that was “done”.

The best thing I ever did was one of the lessons from this webinar.  I wrote an IOU (yes, I physically wrote it down, just like an IOU for money) with all of the things that I “thought” my ex owed me (honesty, loyalty, fidelity, having my back, taking care of my children, etc) and I understood that despite the length of the “list”…despite what I felt was “owed to me”…I realized I was never going to get it…no matter what anyone said or did.  I would NEVER get that list.

I can’t tell you how many people have owed me money in the past.  So many people that I have said to myself “I will never see that money again”, and so I kind of forgot about it.   I didn’t let it bother me so much that it kept me up at night.  As a matter of fact, I never think about it, and my life is better and more peaceful because of it.

When I did the same thing about my list of IOUs from my ex, I experienced great peace.  I can’t tell you how freeing it was. I rarely think about my “list” anymore.  I rarely think about my ex…believe me, I am better for it.

I hope you will take this time to watch this wonderful video on how YOU can forgive and move your life into freedom.   It’s truly freeing and will create a great deal of peace in your life!

Here’s to your future!

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Vicky Townsend is the proud mother of two amazing children, Kristen and Connor, and mother to two incredibly cute, and yet completely ill mannered dauschunds, Alfalfa and Froggy. Vicky is president and CEO of Inspiration University. Through Inspiration University, Vicky is able to help thousands of women across South Florida, grow their businesses, and increase their bottom line profitability. Vicky’s events inspire, motivate and inform women entrepreneurs to be their best and create the life they want. After a series of painful divorces, Vicky’s passion and purpose let her to her newest venture “The Café’ D”, an on line respite site for those that find themselves going through the pain of divorce, providing them with referrals, resources and emotional support at a most difficult time in their lives. She’s also created “National Association of Divorce Professionals”, which connects those in the industry with one another and helps them expand their referral base amongst industry professionals.