I can't imagine any person who has not said or done something or many things that negatively impacted their lives or the lives of others by causing pain, misunderstanding or regret. Penny gives an effective teaching illustrated by a dynamic with one of her daughters, who was three at the time of the incident.
If you wish, YOU, too, can travel back in time to change a particular incident/s by applying or modifying her process to achieve clearing and resolution. It works brilliantly for me. Think about a situation where you could have acted with more thoughtfulness or courage and know that you CAN go back in time and change it.
Start with one of the 'big ones' in your life where your behaviour or responses caused hurt, damage or regret then apply Penny's life-changing process to drill deeper to clear It's also a practical process to change and replay something traumatic that was said or done to you.
As always, if this doesn't resonate move on to something else that appeals for your continued healing.
Ravenwolf Writes ...
When you met her, you knew she was different.
It wasn’t so much about how she looked or what she said…
It was how she carried herself and her unmistakable drive to conquer her life and everything in it.
She’d humbly tell you that she was just trying to make it the best she could, but from the first glance, it was obvious she had everything going for her.
She didn’t accept defeat in anything and was never okay with disrespect or dismissal.
Focused, passionate and driven, she knew who she was and what she wanted-
But also what she didn’t want in her life.
So, when she crosses your path, choose to add value to her life or just admire her from afar.
She’ll never be okay with anything less
she’ll ever stop striving to reach perfection.
She understands that people will let her down, but she’s not okay with lazy love,
lack of effort or with anyone acting poorly, unable to take responsibility.
She’ll treat you with grace and respect, adding her genuine passion to the mix…
And she expects your version of the same in return.
So, be her friend, be her admirer or try to love her,
But don’t interrupt her rise to greatness if you’re not willing to give her your best.
She deserves that..
And so very much more.
Anything less and you’ll watch her walk away,
And she won’t look back.