Karibu kila dini, familia, na mfumo wa imani ina juu ya hatia kwa kuweka wafuasi wake katika mstari. Hata hivyo kuna njia ya kutoroka kutoka gerezani wa hatia. Hapa ni juu saba, pamoja na maombi ya vitendo ya kuwa huru.
Wakati mimi nilikuwa kupanda juu, nilikuwa kimsingi kuruhusiwa kueleza hisia moja, na mimi alikuwa na kwenda kwenye chumba yangu ya kufanya hivyo. Nilipofika nje ya chumba yangu, nilikuwa inatarajiwa kujisikia "vizuri," hata kama mimi si. ujumbe wa msingi ni kwamba hisia yalitakiwa vigumu kuvumiliwa na bora naendelea siri.
Kwa nini unahitaji msamaha kufikia Dream yako? Wakati wewe si kusamehe, wewe ni hasira na tight. Wewe ni kufanya kwenye umri machungu na kukumbatiana rightness wako karibu wewe kama parka dhidi ya upepo stinging wa mabadiliko. mikono yako ni shilingi na akili yako ni kuvuka nje uwezekano. Kama unafikiri kuhusu hilo ...
Ending guilt asks only that you accept what is right now, and stop forcing your mind to dredge up and continually relive old wounds, pains, and regrets. Forget the past; it is gone and is therefore unreal. Healing can only occur by aligning with Reality, which is located in the present.
mstari kati ya "lililokusudiwa" na "zisizotarajiwa" mimba inaweza kuwa na kizunguzungu. Baadhi mimba zisizotarajiwa inaweza kusababisha watoto wanaozaliwa alitaka, na baadhi mimba lengo ni aborted. Lakini wanawake haipaswi kulaumiwa kwa kupata mimba ajali, kwa sababu mambo nje ya uwezo wao ni mara nyingi kushiriki.
What we’re being called to do as a species before we either destroy ourselves or most of life on our planet is to meet ourselves fully. We must have the courage to meet our own prejudices and encounter every single place within us that would rather resort to blame than to face the collective human pain body.
I closed my eyes, preparing to list off my offenses. Within minutes, I felt complete forgiveness for all my actions! My first thought was, “Wait. This was too easy! I haven’t worked and sweated hard enough to earn complete forgiveness. I haven’t even gone through the whole list.”
“You owe me” is resentment. “I owe you” is guilt. And the longer our interactions go on like this, the more impoverished we become. We lose our balance, the heart is thrown askew. The gut tightens. The eyes cannot open fully. But forgiveness rebalances the mind and brings kindness to the senses.
One morning Rose began our session by saying it was time for me to take a very important journey. “It’s a journey we all must take within this lifetime. It’s the journey that takes us from being a child to becoming an adult. And what you need to make this journey are the powers of love and forgiveness.”
The sentencing of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev for the Boston Marathon bombing and the sad aftermath of Dylann Roof’s racial killings in Charleston, South Carolina have raised the question of forgiveness in an acute fashion.
A fellow set out to find a particular saint who lived in a remote village. The shopkeeper told him he would find the saint under a certain tree, teaching disciples. Excited, the seeker made his way to tree, but instead of finding the saint he saw a drunkard blabbing with a couple of guys.
When we cut through the smoke and mirrors of guilt, we can see that the thoughts and emotions that ignite guilt are all made up. When our self-awareness “muscles” strengthen, we find that we’re less apt to fall into the default pattern of simply reacting to the unconscious flow of our thoughts and emotions.
It has been well established that people have a “bias blind spot,” meaning that they are less likely to detect bias in themselves than others. However, it hasn’t been clear how blind we are to our own actual degree of bias, and how many of us think we are less biased than others.
Disgust is a universal emotion – we all get disgusted by things, just as we all experience other “basic” emotions, such as happiness and sadness. Disgust has many functions. It protects us from products that might cause us harm (food that has gone off), it can give us a moral compass (when we see someone being treated unfairly) and it keeps us away from things that remind us of our animal nature (dead bodies).
Have you ever been lied to or betrayed by someone you loved and trusted? Has anyone not believed you when you were telling the truth? Has anyone you loved walked away from the relationship and refused to try to work out the differences? Everyone has been hurt by someone else. How do we get rid of the hurt and move on with our lives. How can we forgive?
Thousands of case studies proved beyond any reasonable doubt that cancer can be cured by a change in one’s thinking! In the patients who were able to resolve the conflict through recognizing their innocence and mistaken self-blame and guilt, not only did the pattern in the scan resolve itself (disappear), but so did the cancer.
Imagine for a moment all the things you say or don’t say, and all the things you do or don’t do in one day because of what others might say about you. If you wrote out a list, it might take a long time. Do you realize how much power you give to other people’s opinions? What if you could recover that power?
I know some remarkable people, even some who are considered great human beings, but I have never known anyone whose heart is open all the time. Even the Dalai Lama speaks of anger arising and of saying things that, much to his chagrin, can never be taken back. Forgiveness of oneself and others is...
Let's look at the system of reward and punishment as it is practiced among humans. We reward ourselves or others when we judge an action to be 'good'. We punish others or ourselves for something 'bad'. Yet who calls the shots on this? Who is the one qualified to judge?