Mirror Work for Forgiveness (Length 5.20)

Mirror Work class for Forgiveness (Audio Length 5.20)

Read by Claire Anstey this mirror work audio enables you to deeply forgive yourself and others. Holding grudges creates such dis-ease inside. Do not underestimate the power of forgiving others. Forgiveness enables you to transmute negative emotions and this sets you free.

Mirror work enables you to deeply forgive and let go.

Do this class in front of a mirror in a space where you can confidently speak to your reflection.

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Mirror work was pioneered by the late Louise Hay, this is what she says about its power.

“Mirror work is the most effective method I’ve found for learning to love yourself and see the world as a safe and loving place. I have been teaching people how to do mirror work for as long as I have been teaching affirmations.

And what are affirmations? Put simply, whatever we say or think is an affirmation. All of your self-talk, the dialogue in your head, is a stream of affirmations.

These affirmations are messages to your subconscious that establish habitual ways of thinking and behaving.

Positive affirmations plant healing thoughts and ideas that support you in developing self-confidence and self esteem, and creating peace of mind and inner joy.

The most powerful affirmations are those you say out loud when you are in front of your mirror.


Because the mirror reflects back to you the feelings you have about yourself. It makes you immediately aware of where you are resisting and where you are open and flowing. It clearly shows you what thoughts you will need to change if you want to have a joyous, fulfilling life.

As you learn to do mirror work, you will become much more aware of the words you say and the things you do. You will learn to take care of yourself on a deeper level than you have done before.

When something good happens in your life, you can go to the mirror and say, “Thank you, thank you. That’s terrific! Thank you for doing this.” If something bad happens to you, you can go to the mirror and say, “Okay, I love you. This thing that just happened will pass, but I love you, and that’s forever.”

For most of us, sitting in front of a mirror and facing ourselves is difficult at first, so we call this process mirror work.

But as you continue, you become less self-critical, and the work turns into mirror play. Very soon your mirror becomes your companion, a dear friend instead of an enemy.”

This quote was taken from https://www.louisehay.com/what-is-mirror-work/