Holding a grudge?

We’ve all felt hurt or betrayed by others. Sometimes, it can be hard to let go of the past.

When you hold a grudge, it weighs you down.

Try saying this out loud; “I’m holding a grudge.”

Notice how you feel after saying those words. For me, the words conjure up images of hanging onto something awful and heavy.

Are you ready to let go and move on?

Practicing forgiveness is one of the best ways to release past hurts.

Here’s a longer Guided Meditation on Forgiveness

Get fired up! Exciting news….

I’m working on a BRAND NEW 15 Day Meditation Challenge with longer meditations!

This Forgiveness Practice is a sneak peek at what’s coming your way in the next month. (aww yeaaaaahhh)

When I first heard about forgiveness meditation, I assumed I’d be forgiving the other person.

After all, they were the ones who’d hurt or wronged me, right?! (Ha! Naive little bunny on her moral high horse.) Well, I sure was surprised when the meditation included forgiving myself for the ways I may have hurt or wronged them. And the ways I may have hurt myself.

Forgiving yourself is deeply healing work.

At first, this wasn’t always easy to feel or acknowledge. But with practice, it helped tremendously.

Try it out for yourself now.

After you’ve listened to today’s guided meditation, we’d love to hear from you!

Do you struggle to forgive other people? Are there certain people from your past that you’re still hurt by? Leave a comment below the meditation and let us know.

May you create work and a life you love,


P.S. Have a friend or family member who’s struggling to let go of a past hurt? Forward this blog and meditation. They’ll thank you for it.


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