We are celebrating the launch of my Allow Love Program by giving love!
Every day between 2/1 and 2/14 we will be giving away one copy of my newly released Allowing Love CD Album. And on Valentine’s Day we will give the grand prize of one free ticket to the Allow Love Program.
All you have to do is in the comments below answer the question of the day.
Come back every day to https://mirakelley.com/blog for a new chance to win.
Today’s question is: When was the last time you forgave someone you love?
Also, check out the Allow Love Program.
It is a deeply rewarding journey of past life regressions, exercises, mediations, discussions, self-exploration and creation – we are on the ultimate quest to claim love and happiness!
Over the course of 21 days, we will explore your past lives to understand what blocks and challenges you may have within you that you are not even aware of. We will address and remove your deepest inhibitors of love and we will redefine your beliefs of what is possible for you.
On a soul level we have made this appointment long ago. We agreed for me to come into your life at this perfect time. So that I let you see clearly your patterns of how you keep yourself away from love. How you keep yourself away from gifting your magnificence to the world. And how you keep yourself closed off to the love and support that All That Is seeks to constantly shower you with. Now let me guide you and lets heal those patters.
Join me in Allowing Love as I guide and empower you to accept the love you deserve.
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The last time I forgave for love was when after a disagreement with my daughter in looking into her eyes, I realized all my own disappointments I had created in my own life….This awareness led me to understanding.
I forgave my dad for all the mistakes “I think” he made… it’s an ongoing practice of constantly giving up the “old” thoughts and consciously acknowledging and being grateful for his vision and many strengths. Next is my mom and my sister… Geez… I really have to practice letting go of the “banana” on those two! ;-D
The last time I forgave the person I love was before Christmas when I was rejected by a family member and told some hurtful things. I knew I needed to forgive them so I could move past the sadness and let them know I love them.
I have a much harder time forgiving those I wouldn’t consider “love relationships”. Like petty slights from neighbors, for instance. With those I love I can more easily see their intention, which is not usually to hurt me. It’s easier to forgive when you realize the intent was not to hurt. Why I can’t apply that to less intimate relationships is not something I understand.
I like the Tabaash special prayer. I keep it written down & say it out loud(often) to all whom, I need to forgive & forgive all those whom have caused bad stuff in my life. It is powerful, Thank you Mira for writing your book, Beyond Past lives. probably once a month.
I forgave myself for cheating on my diet and eating a piece of pizza today 😀
It’s a regular practice – I’m sorry – Please forgive me – Thank You! – I Love You!
Today I decided to forgive “All ” the men I have loved that did not give me back everything I wanted… The mo moment I wanted it…