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Episode 20: How to Forgive Yourself When You Mess Up

Messing up never feels good. The more sensitive you are, the more guilt and shame take over. You end up feeling so defined by your mistake, IF you don’t offer yourself forgiveness. When you are the one at fault, forgiveness can feel like a really hard thing to do. That’s why in this week’s episode, How to Forgive Yourself When You Mess Up, I offer you six steps to take responsibility for your mistake and make amends with yourself. The truth is when you can be compassionate with yourself, the more readily you’ll be compassionate towards others.  

 

 

 

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Tune into Episode 20, where you’ll also discover:

  • How to integrate the Law of Polarity.
  • The two sides to empowered guilt.
  • Deeper understanding of why you cross your own lines.
  • What forgiveness has to do with Mary Magdalene.
  • How to be a more compassionate parent.

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