Welcome to our meditation series on Letting go and release. The meditation for Day 2 is Releasing Past Regrets.
Remember that regrets are natural, but they don’t have to define you. This meditation can be practiced whenever you feel weighed down by past decisions, helping you to find peace and move forward.
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Welcome to our meditation series. The theme for this month is Letting Go and Release.
The meditation for Day 2: Releasing Past Regrets.
Find a quiet comfortable space where you can sit or lie down without being disturbed.
Close your eyes and bring your attention to your breath.
Inhale deeply through your nose, filling your lungs, and then exhale slowly through your mouth, letting go of tension.
Feel the weight of your body as you relax, pressing downwards, anchoring you firmly to the present moment.
Picture yourself standing beside a calm river. The water flows gently, the surface reflects the sky.
In your hands, you hold a small paper boat.
Think of a past regret. Allow yourself to feel the emotions tied to that regret, but without judgment. Understand that the regret was simply a part of your journey.
Write about this regret on the paper boat. Write as much detail as you like.
Gently, when you are ready, gently place the boat on the river’s surface and watch as it drifts away.
As it floats further and further away from you, visualize the weight of that regret diminishing, you becoming lighter and the small paper boat becoming further and more distant.
Say to yourself: “I acknowledge my past, but I choose to live in the present. I release this regret and open myself to new moments, experiences, and growth.”
“I acknowledge my past, but I choose to live in the present. I release this regret and open myself to new moments, experiences, and growth.”
Take a deep breath, filling yourself with fresh air and the promise of the present.
Exhale any lingering negative emotions, imagine them flowing out with your breath.
Gently place your hands over your heart, feeling its steady rhythm. Remind yourself that each heartbeat represents a new moment and opportunity.
Gradually bring your attention back to your surroundings.
Wiggle your fingers and toes, feeling the sensation as you ground yourself back in the present.
When you’re ready, slowly open your eyes, carrying with you the lightness of release and the embrace of the present.
Remember, regrets are natural, but they don’t have to define you.
Come back to this meditation anytime you feel weighed down by past decisions.
You can use it to help find peace and move forward.
Thank you for joining us on this journey of letting go. We hope this meditation has brought you peace, tranquillity and a sense of release. Remember, letting go is not a sign of weakness, but rather a powerful act of self-love and acceptance. May you find peace in letting go, and may your journey be filled with love and light.
I hope this meditation has brought you peace, tranquility, and a sense of release. Remember, letting go is not a sign of weakness, but rather a powerful act of self-love and acceptance. May you find peace in letting go, and may your journey be filled with love and light.
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