Module 2: Forgive Yourself
My life’s never going to be right…

If I cannot forgive myself
For all the blunders
That I have made
Over the years,
Then how can I proceed?
How can I ever
Dream perfection-dreams?
Move, I must, forward.
Fly, I must, upward.
Dive, I must, inward,
To be once more
What I truly am
And shall forever remain.


Practicing the lesson – post your answers below!

Create a list of thoughts and behaviors that demonstrate how you have been unconsciously creating from your beliefs of unworthiness and/or failure. Here are some examples:

Thoughts: Behaviors:
Nothing ever works for me. I’m habitually late.
I can’t do anything right. I misplace important items.
I’ll never get that job. I don’t keep appointments.
Nobody loves me. I always judge my partners.
I’m fat. I eat compulsively.
I never have enough money. I spend excessively.
I’ll never be happy. I’m always complaining.
I have no friends. I sit home on the couch and never call anyone.
I have nothing to do. I make no effort to get involved in groups or organizations.
I’m always getting sick. I don’t make the effort to eat healthy, exercise or take supplements.
I’m always dating jerks. I don’t ask the questions that will alert me to a person’s values.

When you hear yourself thinking the thoughts on your list, or engaging in those behaviors, acknowledge yourself for noticing, forgive yourself, and create a new choice in thought and behavior that supports your new experience of success. Recognize the process of self-sabotage within you and nip it in the bud!

Today’s Affirmation

I consciously acknowledge that I am the creator of my experience.
I forgive myself for perceiving circumstances through my filter of unworthiness.
My creations successfully reflect my beliefs – good, bad or otherwise.

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  1. Vee Lynch

    Sheri I have to tell you I am so enjoying these videos not only because I get to see your lovely smile but they open up my brain. This morning I am alone in my house first time in a long time and can listen without distraction to your truthful thoughts and it is so helpful to see that I judge myself too harshly and compare myself to others for my self worth .I will be more aware when I do this . Can you give me a ” mantra ” I can say to myself when I catch myself doing this .Hugs Vee

    • Sheri Rosenthal

      Thank you Vee! I always would say to myself: “Thank you for sharing, but I no longer choose to believe that anymore, or do that anymore, or think that anymore” – whatever it is that you are doing. Now don’t be surprised if the same thought come up a few minutes later. So what. Just say the same thing again. The key is getting part the initial doggedness that the human mind has in staying in it’s habitual point of view. Think about it this way – how long does it take to train a child to do what you want? Years right? Think of your mind as a disobedient child that you have to keep training. Eventually you will win. Trust me on this one.