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Prayer to Break Cycles

Published December 29, 2022 by tindertender

I now close the unfinished stories, unresolved situations, and poorly digested past experiences.

I put an end, a enough, a much needed limit on what no longer makes sense in my life.

I agree to complete this phase of my life freeing myself from everything that tied me to the old and the outdated.

May my past experiences not bring me the weight of pain, but wisdom to guide my steps.

May I never remain in what constrains, suffocates or limits me.

May I know how to let go of everything that is unproductive, that I be open to the new!

I allow myself to flow with life, changes and transformations.

I put an end to all the pain that I had not overcome, all the emotional disappointments that I have suffered, all the scarcity that I have experienced, all the physical and emotional woes, and all the woes that have bound me in the past.

In the name of my Holy Presence I Am, I decree that all knots, all misunderstandings and all discrepancies be broken now.

I now break all old, unpleasant and challenging cycles.

I am aware that I have served my purpose for these cycles, and that they have served their purpose for me as well.

I move on with learning and maturing ready for the new cycle that begins.

I accept endings and open myself to the blessings of new beginnings, to all the love, to all the health, to all the abundance and prosperity that await me.


Published October 2, 2020 by tindertender

The turtle is a sacred figure in Native American symbolism as it represents Mother Earth. The meaning of the Turtle symbol signifies good health and long life.

13 Moons and 28 days are on all turtle shells. This equals 364 days, plus one day of rest. All indigenous people around the world knew the wisdom of the turtle and followed a 13 month calendar; after all, there are 13 moon cycles in a year and 27 to 29 days per cycle.

It’s to serve the connection between the people, and the sun, moon and stars which are themselves a giant clock. 

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