Constant guilt feeling- very terrible weapon for their own destruction. When we feel guilty, we begin at a subconscious level to want to be punished for our offense. Do not be surprised, this is true. Probably you think that a person in his right mind would hardly want to incur punishment. But the subconscious is a complicated thing, and it is because of it that many things happen. From early childhood we have been laid in the head that if you are guilty of something, you must be punished. That is why when we feel guilty, we automatically want to be punished, thereby attracting problems into our reality. That is why it is so important to get rid of guilt in time.
Usually we feel guilty for a certain act: we offended someone, did something wrong, or committed an immoral act. It happens at the root of another wine, which even worse destroys our life - the blame for our own existence. This kind of guilt can be hammered into us by parents, for example, the mother claims to her daughter that this is because of her personal life because she has devoted her whole life to upbringing. And the daughter in each of her mistakes feels the karma of her guilt and already in her own fact of her existence feels guilty before her mother.
So what should be done to get rid of this disgusting and destructive sense of guilt, which leads to the voluntary attraction of trouble?
First you need to clearly understand that there are no bad or good deeds. They are always neutral in themselves. It is already in our head that we paint actions in good and bad colors. And for our world, absolutely all actions are none. This means that for the Universe, your guilt does not exist unless you yourself acknowledge it. You can say that this is just an attempt to stifle the voice of conscience for bad deeds. This does not mean that you can now do whatever you want and not feel guilty about it. This means that it is necessary to stop experiencing the pangs of conscience all the time, for any little thing that has happened according to circumstances or if you did not specifically want this.
Even if you understand that you have committed a negative act and it did not play a very good role in the life of another person, who would be better if you decide to bear the punishment for this and torture yourself with conscience? What has been done cannot be returned, take it for granted, draw definite conclusions and continue to live a normal life. If you face the truth, nobody in this life owes anything to anyone. And if you do something for your loved one or just a friend, you do it voluntarily, simply because you want it so much. Well, if there is no desire, and you could not help someone or do something for a person - it does not make sense to suffer remnants of conscience. Each of us is a free person, and has the right to do what he wants and not to do that which he does not want.
Another good way to eliminate guilt is stop making excuses to others for any of their actions and deeds, and most importantly, stop looking for excuses to yourself and protect yourself mentally. Just give yourself the right to commit any actions, and do not paint them in either bad or good tones. Stop yourself whenever you notice that you are trying to find an excuse for someone. Just tell yourself and others - yes, I did just that because I wanted to do this, and this was my choice and my right to do so. You should never explain to someone the reasons and motives for your actions, even if your actions are considered negative and many people condemn you for it.
Love yourself and be confident in your actions, and you will not have to wait for approval from others!
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