Within the teachings of the Universal Law of Give and Receive is a mantra that expands with use.
What I’ve found is I’ll say it for awhile, receive insights, and then come back to it again and again for deeper understandings.
Here it is:
“I receive, I allow, I accept, I give, I Am Gratitude”
In the past, the “I give” morphed into to “I forgive” and I spent a great deal of my processing time forgiving everything. . .
But often, forgiveness can be a huge leap of trust; as humans we tend to hold onto the past, those old resentments saying, “There’s no way I can forgive.”
The beauty of this mantra is that it helps us find acceptance first.
I receive, I allow, I accept. . .
Acceptance, that gentle way to view the past, is kind and peaceful; acceptance of everything just the way it is, no judgement.
Can I accept the past just the way it is?
Simple and kind, gentle Love for self.
As within, so without,
I receive, I allow, I accept,
I give this gentle Love to self,
I Am Gratitude