I forgive myself for thinking that I am not perfect, not good enough,
not smart enough and not lovable.
I claim my perfection, my enough-ness, my intelligence, knowing that I am loved and lovable.
I live in the now and vision my future knowing my Higher Power is at work in my life.
In this now moment, I understand the true meaning of forgiveness.
To forgive others is to love and forgive myself.
As I forgive myself and others, I release anger and free myself
to create a life that serves my family, my community and all of humanity.
I practice forgiveness and claim that the past has no effect
on my present or future.
I no longer hold onto anger and resentment.
As I release negative feelings and destructive thoughts, I invite
peace and harmony into my life.
I have the courage today to forgive my parents for any wrong that I
thought they did to me.
I take responsibility for my anger, I take responsibility for any
hateful thoughts and I take responsibility for destructive feelings.
I forgive myself for any grudges that I hold against my parents or those who raised me.