We’ve all made mistakes when it comes to money. We’ve overspent, lent the wrong person some cash, chosen a vendor who over-promised and under-delivered, paid our taxes late, lost some money in a relationship gone wrong or [insert your money mistake here.]
But it’s not making financial mistakes that’s the problem. It’s holding ourselves hostage to those mistakes that keeps us stuck.
When what we’re after is financial freedom, we have to be willing to set ourselves (and others) free from past decisions.
Beating yourself up for a past financial mistake is one of the best ways to ensure lack in the present and the future.
So what can you do to set yourself free?
You can forgive yourself!
“But how do I do that?” you may ask. Well, I’m gonna tell you!
Today’s episode of Financial Freedom Friday is a little bit different.
Get ready to be transported to a new state of mind and heart because today I have a guided meditation for you that will help you forgive yourself (and anyone else) for past financial mistakes.
Are you ready to set yourself free?
Watch the video below.When you forgive you in no way change the past, but you sure do change the future. ~Bernard Meltzer (Tweet it!)
Over to you:
What forgiveness practices do you find helpful when trying to let go of past mistakes?
My new book, Money: A Love Story, Untangle Your Financial Woes and Create the Life You Really Want is out! (Amazon.com and bookstores started selling it early – surprise!)
When you get your copy you’ll also get access to a 2-hour online event I’m doing called A Course in Having Enough with guest teachers Marianne Williamson, Barbara Stanny, and Amanda Steinberg.
It’s a pretty sparkly lineup. Find out all the details at www.moneyalovestory.com.