February 6, 2020HOW &
Question: How do I stop hating myself for something I did in the past and cannot change?
My Response: You learn to let it go. Learn the lesson. Look at it as a lesson for your soul growth. If you sit there and woe in it that is not powerful.
Understand that thing that happened. You are a conscious being and that is why you have remorse. Now understand it deeply. Learn from that and make yourself untouchable.
Forgive yourself. That’s life. We’ve all done things we wish we could take back.
Spending the rest of your life in remorse of it is not powerful. You are not here to be sad and mopey. You are here to move on powerfully.
You are here to be your most awesome you. Tap in to life on a deeper level. Get in to nature. Listen to inspiring things.
Stop focusing on what does not serve you. Focus on things that will help you and empower you.
There is greatness inside of you. Focus on that. Let it go.
Be your most awesome you. Live your most awesome life now. You are so worthy to be all you can be and have your most awesome life. Stop wasting time living in the past.
Every moment you spend thinking about the past is a moment you deprive yourself of in the here and now.
It’s ok. You are only human. You’ve beaten yourself up for it enough. Now it’s time to move on.
Now is all you have. Yesterday is gone. Live powerfully in the now.
So as a part of a new series of posts I’ll be offering helpful information, insights and resources and sharing my responses to questions from people – ones that are most commonly asked and questions I think will be most helpful.
The answers you will find are my sincere from the heart responses to people needing guidance and inspiration. And while some of the answers might be brief I’m hopeful there will be a tidbit in there and some sort of takeaway.
I do this from the sincerity of my heart. It is my calling to assist and help others and that’s why God has put me on a path to do the work for that very reason. The more work I do the better I can assist. I believe my life and struggles were for this very reason to learn from and grow from. I was forced inward along the way so I could look deeper at all of the trauma and come out stronger and wiser. And now I share those insights I’ve gained over the last more than two decade journey of seeking my own answers to all of life’s complexities.