I forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to believe that I cannot participate in a task daily for a lifetime.
I Forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to compromise myself and my entire life just because I do not WANT to do something for a lifetime. When/as I see myself go into backchat about how ‘small’ I am compared to the task before me, I stop and I breathe. realise that the task in reality is always ‘just right’ for me because each task had to be walked one step at a time, one task at a time. I Commit myself to give up my personal wants/needs/desires and stick to applying myself in practicality, flagging any moment where I project myself into the past or future because both are impractical if I am giving myself excuses to not do what needs to be done.
I Forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to cave into resistance as backchat when/as I see myself in fact changing, being in the change but not living the change as myself yet. When/as I see myself feeling lost within moving away from a habit/pattern, within/as applying a new one, I stop and I breathe. I Realise that the primary means/methods in which my Mind fights for its survival is through flashing memories and projecting thoughts about who I am. I Commit myself to stick to the simplicity that when I stop participating in thoughts/emotions/feelings, and with breath walk a task until the day’s worth of work is done, I am able to defy the preprogrammed habits and actually assist and support myself in the Physical.
I Forgive myself for accepting and allowing the belief that I require being clever and “deceptive when necessary” to live/apply a decision within myself, such as changing one of my own habits/patterns. When/as I see myself resorting to deception as if deceiving anyone will make me change, I stop and I breathe. I Realise that to change, I must follow the obvious equation to change: living/applying the change over a timeline, refusing to accept any excuses to not change, and as long as I am breathing to not accept anything less than change. I Commit myself to give myself everything of my potential discipline to align myself to what is best for all, ONE point at a time; making sure that I remain practical and walk according to space-time reality.
I Forgive myself for accepting and allowing myself to overwhelm myself with the thought of the entire period of time necessary to complete a project, and then using this as an excuse to no longer walk the practical steps to complete the project. When/as I see myself having thoughts about how a project or task cannot be completed on time, I stop and I breathe. I Realise that in the moment of thinking about time, I have delayed myself from walking the actual practical step to begin and continue walking a project to completion. I Commit myself walk the practical, ‘what can I do in this moment’ step to completing the project – as simple as breathing in, then practicing the task at hand by bringing it here and doing it.