At Project Forgive, we’re always on the lookout for tools that provide comfort, ease, and peace.

We found these releasing statements, created by Heiko & Selina Niedermeyer that were shared with us through colleague Doria Cordova.

Releasing is a practice that helps you move through limiting thoughts, painful decisions, suppressed emotions, and even when you’re struggling with forgiving someone.

With that said, here are Releasing Statements to say out loud to help navigate all the changes taking place right now.

As you move through them, take a deep breath between speaking each sentence:

I release my shock of the sudden change in the world.

I release all negative effects of this shock now. (Take a couple of slow deep breaths.)

I release my shock about the sudden lockdown of countries and the sudden restrictions on my life.

I release to feel so disoriented and confused with this sudden new situation of the world.

I release to feel paralyzed by the sudden change of rules, regulations and laws in society.

I release my feeling of struggle trying to catch up with the sudden changes on so many levels and areas in my life.

I release to feel overwhelmed and breathless facing so many fast and radical changes in life.

I release the feeling as if I hit a wall in life.

I release my anger for life for this situation in life and experience.

I release my fear, feeling that I have no control over this situation.

I release my overwhelming feeling that I can’t do enough.

I release my doubt about being able to navigate and handle this situation.

I release my fear that I’m going to lose so many people that I love.

I release my fear that I’m going to lose all the things that I need in life.

I center myself in myself.

I open myself to see and feel that I have all the energy and inner guidance available to navigate forward through this time.

I open myself for seen and unseen support.

These statements were created by Heiko & Selina Niedermeyer and shared with us through Doria Cordova.

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