Forgiveness Affirmations

by Michelle Mayur on June 18, 2010

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One of the most powerful gifts we can give ourselves is to forgive, both ourselves and others. In forgiving we are not condoning the behaviour of the person we perceive as having wronged us, but rather we are allowing ourselves to break the hold that person has on our lives. Feeling anger towards that person may have been well-justified, but unless it is dealt with and processed it becomes a corrosive aspect in our bodies, leading to physical disease and emotional illness. Holding onto feelings of anger or revenge are likely to be hurting us rather than the original perpetrator, with whom we may not have had any contact for years, or worse still, who may have already passed over. Do you really want to hurt yourself as well by not forgiving?

Even if you feel you can only make baby steps towards forgiving someone, at least forgive yourself for having allowed yourself to be caught up in the drama for so long. Give yourself the gift of forgiveness.

Below are a couple of my favourite forgiveness affirmations:

Forgiveness Affirmation

I forgive everyone who has ever hurt or harmed me, consciously or unconsciously, in this lifetime or any other, in this universe, dimension, plane or level of existence or any other.

I offer them grace.

I ask forgiveness for everything I have ever done to hurt or harm another, consciously or unconsciously, in this lifetime or any other, in this universe, dimension, plane or level of existence or any other.

I ask for grace.

I forgive myself for everything I have ever done to hurt or harm another, consciously or unconsciously, in this lifetime or any other, in this universe, dimension, plane or level of existence or any other.

I accept grace.

I am free. All chains and restrictions fall from me. I stand in my full power as a master.

Affirmation of Forgiveness & Atonement

I don’t know why you did what you did,

And I don’t know why you said what you said,

And I don’t know why you are the way you are,

But I accept that’s where you need to be now,

And I forgive you and I forgive myself.

I release all anger, bitterness and resentment,

Past or present,

And I release us both in my love.

And so be it.

Exercise:  Forgiveness of Self and Others

Think of a person who has wronged you and for whom there is still bad feeling. Place your hands over your heart with the intention to channel energy to your heart. Read the affirmation of forgiveness and atonement words, with feeling, in your mind and channel energy for 10 minutes or until you feel a shift in your heart. Don’t be surprised if you experience tears as a release as you forgive yourself allowing you to move forward with grace.

 Exercise: Reclaiming Your Power

All those that you have ever perceived as having wronged you have at a soul level presented themselves to you as opportunities to learn. If you haven’t learnt the lesson, then the other person has also failed in teaching you. Connect to the divine spark in all of them and feel yourself reclaiming your own power directly from the limitless supply of Divine Power. Forgive yourself for allowing yourself to be caught up in the drama of unforgiveness for so long. See and feel yourself rising up above the circumstances and letting them crumble away below.


Michelle Mayur is 'The Healer for Healers', a visionary leader and the creative conscious entrepreneur behind the Heal the Healer FREE Membership Program for Healers and Lightworkers. A published author and international speaker, she is based in Melbourne, Australia and has worked as a professional healer in private practice since 1995 at Angel Wings Healing, specializing in Spiritual Healing, Clinical Hypnotherapy and Reiki. Contact

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Claire July 31, 2015 at 11:30 am

Reclaiming your power prayer WAS so powerful I cried the first time I read it wow thanks. Claire

Michelle Mayur July 31, 2015 at 12:42 pm

So pleased you found it beneficial Claire.

Claire August 5, 2015 at 1:48 am

This opened up many wounds for my. My brother died 3 yrs ago. I had went to visit him 2 weeks before he died. I just knew inside deep that the cold he had wasn’t why he was still not up to par. I didn’t say anything at the time. He died from massive heart attack
I now just realized I’ve been blaming myself like if I’d said something he might of lived. How do I get past this.

Michelle Mayur August 14, 2015 at 1:34 pm

At any given moment you are making the best decision you can with the information and inner resources you have available to you. Even before we have incarnated, I believe that each one of us has contracted the exact moment we will depart the earth plane and what will cause our transition. Nothing is accidental. For the sake of your own health, it is fundamental that you let go of harsh self-judgement and self-blame and now begin to forgive yourself. As this has been such a devastating experience for you, I suggest you get some professional help to integrate this experience and forgive yourself. If you would like, I can assist you in your healing. Just contact me privately using the Contact Form on the website.

Claire August 20, 2015 at 1:32 pm

Thank-you for responding. Michelle. I have started working through thing. I recently went on a holiday that took me through the town my Brother lived. I still have a ways to go but I believe I have begun the process of forgiveness. Thanks again for your kind words Claire

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