28 Days to Self-Love Challenge: Day 24 – Honor Your Wrongdoings

Day Twenty-Four.

I tend to be a person who does not have any regrets. But even with that being said, I have done a few things that I am not proud of in my life. Today, we are going to be taking a look at our past behaviors, to discover emotions and energy that need healing.

Whether you hurt another, hurt yourself, or made a silly mistake (or all of the above), know that you are not a bad person. Let’s recall that we are Divine Souls. We have come to this Earth to learn lessons. This means that we may make a lot of mistakes, we may end up doing a few things we are not proud of. But this does not mean we are unlovable. This simply means we need to love ourselves more.


The challenge.

Today I am challenging you to think about something you have done that you are not proud of. Think about why you acted the way you did. What was going on in your life at the time? Why did you do what you did? And how do you feel about it today?

Journal about this experience. Write about what you would have done differently. Is there anything you can do now to make peace with this situation? Is there someone you need to make amends with? How would you like to move forward from here? What did you learn?

Keep in mind that you are a human, and you were doing the best you knew how to do at the time. Honor yourself, and your decisions. They may not have been the “right” decisions, but they did teach you something and led you to this very moment. Thank yourself for always trying your best, and show yourself lots and lots of love.

Try the letting go exercise from a few days ago. This will help you to release any energies or emotions you have stored in your body from this experience. Call in your angels or guides for support. And remember, you are doing great work!

Let me know if you have any questions, or if you would like to schedule a card reading or life coaching session to work through this experience!

With love and light,



3 thoughts on “28 Days to Self-Love Challenge: Day 24 – Honor Your Wrongdoings

  1. Reblogged this on Sydney Scarbrough and commented:
    This is so important. We have to face our mistakes with objectivity and grace in order to truly learn from them and move on. It’s a powerful exercise to do routinely throughout the year. We are constantly making mistakes, and sober reflection on them ensures we won’t repeat missteps in our judgement and action and are consciously directing effort toward being better in the future.

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