Passages below are taken from the book “Secret Beyond the Secret”
Once you’ve accepted yourself, it’s time to forgive yourself for whatever actions and wrong decisions you think you’ve made or failed to make in the past and which are still affecting your life. Mistakes and errors in the past were probably meant to happen so that you could learn something from them. For some reason forgiving yourself is not as easy as it sounds. We all justify ourselves, especially in front of others, but deep down, we always wish we could have done things differently. These secret thoughts can torture us for a long time.
Do you find yourself saying “I wish I could go back in time and change things.” Although you may think you’re not blaming yourself, there are moments when you become honest with yourself and realize that you had other choices, but you chose the wrong ones. Forgiving yourself is hard, because it’s difficult to start recalling and acknowledging your mistakes. Facing the truth it’s hard, but you’ve got to do it. Only after you face your mistakes, learn the lesson and forgive yourself, only then will you move forward. Since it’s not an easy task, I have prepared a meditation exercise in this chapter that will help you with this process.
I want to clarify that not all troubles are our own fault, but most of them are, and we have to accept our responsibility in order to fix them. It is true that sometimes troubles come from other people with which we are involved in life, but the question is, why do we find ourselves involved with these people? Is it because of destiny or is it our mistake? You will be able to distinguish one from the other once you go over all the chapters in this book.
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