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Exercise 1:  As you gently breathe your attention into the centre of any feeling, simply repeat the following healing mantra, either silently or out loud:  I love you.  In a soft, supportive, and gentle tone, continue saying “I love you” like a lullaby that you would sing to a child. The more playful you allow each “I love you” to be, the more your heart will open. Try offering “I love yous” for a two-minute period

Exercise 2: With a soft nurturing voice, can you allow each one to be loved as they have never been loved before? If not, can you accept this as an opportunity to embrace the one who can’t?While your innocence opens up in exactly the way that ensures the evolution of yourjourney, there is another way to give your inner child permission to open. As a way of offering your heart the approval, support, and encouragement it needs to come out of hiding, please repeat the following healing mantra:

I don’t know how to love the sadness I feel.

I don’t know how to love the fear I sense.

I don’t know how to love the jealousy I notice.

I don’t know how to love the pain I’m in.

I don’t know how to love the judgments I have.

I don’t know how to love the struggles I face. 

I don’t know how to love the past I remember.

I don’t know how to love the people who hurt me.

I don’t know how to love those who ignored me.

I don’t know how to love those who punished me.

I don’t know how to love those who abused me.

I don’t know how to love the resistancefeel.

I don’t know how to love the doubt I sense.

I don’t know how to love the darkness within me.

I don’t know how to love the things I hate about myself. 

I don’t know how to love what’s here to be loved.

I don’t know how to love what

I may never be willing to love.

I don’t know how to love the one who can’t seem to shift.

I don’t know how to love the one who doesn’t want to forgive.

I don’t know how to love the one who refuses to grow.

I don’t know how to love the one who always thinks they’re right.

I don’t know how to love the one who always seems victimized.

I don’t know how to love the one who believes they’re entitled at the expense of others.

I don’t know how to love the one who is always in need. 

I don’t know how to love the one who is always desperate, lonely, and never fulfilled.

I don’t know how to love the one who’s never satisfied and always needs more.

I don’t know how to love the one who’s afraid of having less.

I don’t know how to love the one who always thinks there’s something to earn.

I don’t know how to love the one who just wants to go home.

I don’t know how to love those who have denied me.

I don’t know how to love the one who has always been denied. 

I don’t know how to love the one who always feels unworthy.

I don’t know how to love the one who chases desire, only to push away all that is given.

I don’t know how to love all that I am. 

By acknowledging that I don’t know how to love, I relinquish each conflict, burden, and hardship by entering the heart of surrender.  And yet, in your body, there might be a profound amount of spaciousness, relaxation, and relief as a result of each confession. As you accept what you don’t know, the Universe within you that knows and does it all is called into action. In response to such a mantra, the Universe resolves through you what only the grace of your honesty can ever set free.

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