This day, I accept my humanness-complete with fallibility-and rejoice in the freedom this belief offers me.” -Nancy W.
~Reality in Consciousness
Thank you again for visiting my page as we come together for Part 7 of the multiple part series of Affirmations for a Sexual Abuse Survivor. You can find additional inspiration and discover more about me on my BLOG PAGE, Twitter & all of my other Social Media Platforms, please see the links below in the description. If you haven’t yet reviewed Part 6 of this series, please do so by following the links for the general introductions. The length of this series, which is set for 52 weeks is for you to become more familiar with your strengths and weaknesses as a sexual abuse survivor. While I encourage everyone to go at their own pace and to know that the doors will always remain open for questions as a community or individually. All the while, & traditionally the work to cleanse and heal will begin within you.
Disclaimer: If you are currently being sexually violated in any way please inform an adult at this time immediately. For your discretion, there are 24/7 Hotlines available for questions or aide here @ https://www.rainn.org/ , https://www.rainn.org/national-resources-sexual-assault-survivors-and-their-loved-ones, or please also check with your local county for other resources and advice for your safety.
ALERT: KNOW THE STATISTICS@ https://www.rainn.org/statistics
Respect others' boundaries.
Ask for consent.
Intervene when someone's in trouble.
Notice the warning signs of abuse and speak up.
Nurture myself and others.
Let’s Begin with the Affirmation for Week 7!
~“I Can Make mistakes and Still be Okay” ~
To allow shame from sexual abuse can dissemble your thoughts orchestrated by the offender in believing that you did something wrong, although opposed to the circumstance.
By design, those impressions of the self materializes into your world where you can express no wrong in the existence. And, in-part, to move away from shame, the mind believes the absolute destruction of character will befall their way of Life in order to dismantle your first priority, which my friend, is you.
Sexual abuses stifling silence can disassociate your universal connection of holistic care and its support team of the Divine interconnection based in unconditional love.
It is the controlling societies in which the stigma and your absence of knowing the powers in and through action & awareness that binds everyone together on this planet.
Do not give permission to the “shame” lead by sexual abuse shut you out from living a “wholestic” lifestyle that will bring benefits to you and the coming generations hereafter.
Continue resilience as you heal, but more importantly, learn to allow mistakes in the day-to-day experiences for eternal spiritual growth and sill be ok.
~ “I Can Make mistakes and Still be Okay” ~
No matter where you are right now on your journey as a sexual abuse survivor, remember that there is more to you than what the eye may perceive of the self at this time. You are a Survivor-Stay in action on your healing journey every day and meditate on these concepts, I Can Make mistakes and Still be Ok!
Shaw Nee Janelle