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Overcoming the Loser Spirit: Making Peace with the Past

Making peace with our past better aligns us to our present circumstances. Unresolved emotions from the past hold our present hostage and robs us of our future. These unresolved emotions manifest themselves as  fast moving funnel clouds, which suck up all of our energy and leave us feeling drained.

As the years go by, we realize that our life has become a wasteland of broken dreams, worn out regrets, and faded memories from which we are unable to escape. Each time we make a new start, funnel clouds from our past swoop in and destroy every aspect of it.

We have to understand that we cannot let go or forgive the past until we make peace with ALL of it.

Exercise #1 
Use a journal or a notebook for the following exercise:
  • Write down 5 actions  from your past which you are seeking to make peace with.

Exercise #2
Use a journal or a notebook for the following exercise: 

  • Write down 5 ways in which unresolved issues from your past are interfering with your current life.

Song of the Day
Op 49 No.4 Wiegenlied / Lullaby by Johannes Brahms

Research Assignment
Tao Te Ching by Lao-Tzu

Making peace with my past, enables me to honor the present, and better embrace the future.


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