For every situation that you are still angry about, YOU AND ONLY YOU are responsible for letting go.
But what happens when you are angry with yourself?
People say that this type of anger is even harder to let go of.
Is it, really?
Let me get into this a little: you are angry with yourself for something you did or for something you did not do, but the truth is that you have the choice to forgive yourself and move on.
Of course, you can choose to continue to be angry, but this will also continue to poison your body and your mind.
Is this what you really want?
What is done is done.
In an article entitled “Forgiveness“, Louise Hay says:
“The reality of true forgiveness lies in setting yourself free from the pain. It’s simply an act of releasing yourself from the negative energy that you’ve chosen to hold on to. […] No matter what your reasons are for having bitter, unforgiving feelings, you can go beyond them. You have a choice. You can choose to stay stuck and resentful, or you can do yourself a favor by willingly forgiving what happened in the past; letting it go; and then moving on to create a joyous, fulfilling life. You have the freedom to make your life anything you want it to be because you have freedom of choice.”
And here’s a forgiveness affirmation from Louise Hay:
I FORGIVE MYSELF FOR NOT BEING PERFECT. I AM LIVING THE VERY BEST WAY I KNOW HOW.