I am putting my past in the rear-view mirror. What happened in the past is irrelevant today. I am allowing myself to be free of everything in my past.
The past is over and done with. Only the present and the future remain. I avoid giving any meaning to anything that has happened to me before today.
I have learned all the lessons the past has to teach me. Once I have learned from my mistakes, I let them go.
My past has made me stronger and wiser. I am becoming a better version of myself each day. I am looking forward rather than backward.
I am grateful for my past, but it is over. I put my life on hold when I spend time thinking about the past.
I am excited about my future and choose to put my attention there. I feel like I am a blank slate and can write any future for myself that I desire.
Today, I remind myself that my past is behind me. I am free of its limitations. I refuse to carry the burden of the past one more day. I am looking forward to an exciting future that I am creating each day.
- In what ways am I allowing my past to dictate my future? What is this costing me?
- What can I learn from my past that would be useful today? What mistakes have I made that I can avoid making again?
- What would my life be like if I allowed myself to be free of my past? How would I feel if I were able to accomplish this?