An Apology Letter From My Subconscious Mind

by Melody Jean

sorryOver the last several weeks, I was hearing, “I’m sorry.”

At first it was every once in awhile, and then it became more persistent.

I wondered, “Who do I need to apologize to? And if not that, then what does it mean?”

This past Friday eve, at about 9:30 pm, it came to me.  While I was extremely tired and wanting to go to sleep, instead I did what I normally do when the messages come.

I saddled-up at my computer and let the words flow.

I share, here, what transpired — a letter from my subconscious mind.


Dear Melody Jean,

I write this with a light heart knowing that we are moving positively together to the next phase.

Yet, first, there are so many things I need to say to you.

While all I ever wanted was to be your best friend, I realize at times I was your worst enemy.

Everything I did was done out of love and fear (for your well-being).

In so doing, I held you back, and even hindered your growth.

It’s time I acknowledge my wrongs done unto you, and with that, say I’m sorry.

I’m sorry for pushing you to succeed in everything, unwilling to accept anything less.

I’m sorry I insisted that you work endless hours to prove yourself to me and the world.

I’m sorry I never allowed you to show your feelings when you were sad, angry or discontent.

I’m sorry I made you settle at times for so much less than you are worth.

I’m sorry that I never told you when you did well, or patted you on the back for a job well done.

I’m sorry I made you run on empty time and again, until your body crashed and burned, and you became sick.

I’m sorry I made you pretend to the world that everything was always “okay.”

I’m sorry for believing deep down you weren’t worthy enough to be loved by another.

I’m sorry for neglecting you and always putting everyone else first.

I’m sorry that I never thought your physical body was good enough pushing you to continuously overexert yourself to be perfect.

I’m sorry I didn’t encourage you to explore the depths of you and placed too much emphasis on educational and career successes.

I’m sorry I filled you up with fear and anxiety about most everything in this world.

I’m sorry I overprotected you and didn’t allow you to let too many others in.

I’m sorry that I made you doubt yourself and limited your intuition.

I’m sorry I didn’t love you, for you, and for all that you are.

You are a child of light.

As I near letter’s end, and get ready to sign my name, I’m filled with joy.

It’s my intent, that with this note, I’ll set you free.

I’m cutting the ties that bind you.

It’s time for you to soar.

With all my love,
Your Subconscious Mind

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Lovely post! Thank you.


Melody Jean

thank you very much, Elizabeth!


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