Putting Down Your Baggage
1. Replace each negative experience with a NEW productive positive experience. In order to erase old memories, you must create new memories for you to focus on, reminisce on and dwell on.
2. Eliminate the questions as to why these bad things happened. We drive our selves crazy asking why to questions that we know ourselves we will never get the answers to.
3. Focus daily on the lessons. When you focus on how you are developing and what you have learn from an experience, you are paying critical attention to your needs and the habit of self worth/value begins to take action.
4. Forgive and forget. Many say ill forgive but I won’t forget, when you say this you are saying that you CHOOSE to feel this way forever, want to hold onto the pain, hurt and all the anger that got you in this state. Remember when you forgive it does not make you weak.. it makes you strong, during your un forgiveness, the person is running around in your mind rent free still hurting you and living a perfectly normal life. You too must be free.
Put down your bags and have open arms for all the new opportunities ahead of you.