Sexual assault affirmation needed for my friend

Hi all: I am hoping since you help me before that you might have a suggestion for my friend who went through a tramatic assault when she was a teenager. I would love to bring her some peace. I think she deserves it. I was thinking, "I am safe, I am okay, I am powerful" what do you think?

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  • Hi Reiki Queen. Thanks for this important discussion. First I would like to emphasize that want Marvin Double suggested is an important step for your friend.

    Marvin wrote: "I unconditionally forgive those who have harmed me in the past and the present or who might do so in the future. I release my injuries and scars so they may be healed by love. I allow the light of love to enter the deepest shadows of my being to illuminate even my greatest fears. I stand in the light of eternal love in the knowledge that I am a perfect child of God."


    Now it is very, very wise to remind your friend about what Louise Hay says about such issues as you wrote about too. Louise has noted time after time, concerning a child's past, that most often self love is missing. And, considering that this child was assaulted as a teenager, she must be reliving that event and perhaps blaming herself now as an adult.

    This is a recommendation that Louise has written about in, "You Can Heal Your Life." It deals with telling ones self how much you love you. Go to a mirror, a full length one and look into the eyes and say, "I love you and I appreciate you." Say this many times a day. We cannot tell ourself we love us too much. Now, please add the word Gratitude or Appreciation, Appreciated, Grateful, etc., such as, You are loved and appreciated. I am loved and appreciated. I love you and I am Grateful to You." I think you get the idea.

    Love and gratitude, Cheiro
  • Good evening........I am stunned by the pain this beautiful woman is masked with......and cloaked in, not able to see her own beauty,and express her divinity! Has she tried eft? emotional freedom technique. It is very powerful. Affrimations need to resonate with her in a most authentic way, other wise they are just words..........I do hope that this helps.......xoxo you are a great friend....Deborah
  • It is important to help you friend move beyond any need she has to hold on to the trauma she had as a teen. This means giving up any thoughts of being a victim. When we are traumatized by others, especially when the nature of the trauma violates our personal sanctity the emotional scar may be difficult to heal and may involve doing more intensive deeper work. In my Reiki work I often use the phrase, "I unconditionally forgive those who have harmed me in the past and the present or who might do so in the future. I release my injuries and scars so they may be healed by love. I allow the light of love to enter the deepest shadows of my being to illuminate even my greatest fears. I stand in the light of eternal love in the knowledge that I am a perfect child of God". If your friends issues with this event continue to resurface repeat this process each time asking for guidance and understanding of why they persist. Keep bringing her back to focus on the question of why until she begins to feel the answer and is able to release herself from those thoughts which keep her anchored in being a victim. In this process she will begin to feel powerful as she is able to confront those traumatic memories. As she begins to actually feel safer the affirmations with also become more powerful and effective. Ask her also to set her in intention to heal from those things which keep her from moving ahead. Remind her that we are not intended to remain as victims, that she has a choice to make which is her's alone. Of all the healing tools we have, forgiveness is perhaps the most powerful. Genuine forgiveness does not absolve the person who committed the act. It does however release of from the need to continue to be harmed or dis-empowered by them. Forgiveness allows us to reclaim the energy trapped in fear and become truly free to accept the universal love which is truly ours. Namaste
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