No Regrets, Ever
No regrets, ever. This is my promise to myself.
It took a long time for me to see that I was sitting in a quagmire of regret. This state of mind was interfering with manifesting my future. How long have you been living with regrets? They are only robbing you of a peaceful present and a better future. Therefore, it’s time to let them go.
Wishing things could have been different
Every regret is a judgement. A wish that something could have been different. Having regrets means we are holding grief, guilt, disappointment and other emotions which keep us trapped. Regret kills the life we could be living now. I can see clearly now, that wishing things could have been different only held fast the pain of what was, and what I thought might have been. I heard myself often starting a sentence with I wish I hadn’t …. or I wish I had ..…
Regret > Acceptance >Manifestation
Even though I knew I couldn’t do anything about my past, those regrets, mistakes and judgements played on my mind. In the end I had to put a stop to it. I looked back one last time and acknowledged and expressed how I felt about those unfulfilled wishes. Finally, I accepted fully and without judgement that I couldn’t do anything about it. What was, was, what is, is. and what will be is up to me. When I let go of those past unfulfilled wishes, I could fully embrace the wishes or intentions already in place for my future. Without those old blockages, those intentions were set in motion, able to be fulfilled in my present reality. And they have, and they are. And now, all these years later, those old regrets have regressed and have become like old worn out pages from my book of a past life.
Life’s tool box
I came to accept that nothing could have been any different because of what I then knew, and the programming I was running. It is only in growing in mind, body and spirit that I recovered and developed those ‘tools’ I needed. Looking back, I can now accept I didn’t have those tools available to me in that given time. What I mean by this, is that they may have been in my ‘tool box’, but the tool box was unconsciously locked. At that particular time they were out of sight and out of mind. It’s easy to look back in hind sight and say I could have or I should have. In truth, I couldn’t have done anything different. Those all important tools which make up the powerful foundations of a good or godly life, were no where to be found.
Mistakes or Feedback?
I can see clearly now, that some of those old decisions I wished I hadn’t made, led me to achieving the things I was looking for, but in a much different way. No regrets, ever.
That’s why now, every day I wipe clean the slate. Or I bathe my mind in the Godly juices of Divine love. This means that each day begins anew, afresh in the present. With this presence of mind the future dreams and goals are presented in the here and now as my reality with … No regrets, ever.
A best selling book, The top five Regrets of the dying, written by Bronnie Ware https://bronnieware.com › blog › regrets-of-the-dying is an important reminder for us all.
Reaching our Kids
This is why I am so passionate about reaching our kids at an early age. I am determined for them to access and develop those natural and spiritual foundations and use them as the tools for life, leaving no room for regrets.
If we don’t reach our kids this way we will continue to see them develop bad habits of fear and be driven by negative fearful programs. We owe it to our kids to show them, the ‘power’ they already have within which allows them to be and to do all they choose. Our job is to help our kids trust in who they are , and who they are is enough. If they don’t come from this place of self trust or faith in who they are, they will drive themselves to do more to have more in an attempt to Be more. It doesn’t work.
The Foundations of Youth
When we tap inside we recover the foundations of who we are. We incorporate Divine Love, Faith, Trust, compassion, passion, confidence, knowledge, Inspiration, peace, integrity, spiritual intelligence, balance, respect, kindness and much more.
It doesn’t matter what we call this. Often it’s the name we try to give it that separates us from all we are which is our Good or Godly Self. This is why many Spiritual teachers past and present, refer to it as Oneness. Because when we accept this natural essence as our powerful loving self we have the foundations in place for a fulfilled life.
Recovering a Good Sense of Self
I am convinced we need to incorporate the uncovering or recovering of a good sense of self and self belief, as an integral part of our school curriculum. Once our kids have a good sense of self, challenges in life can be met with a good attitude, and things that once seemed impossible, become possible https://mariebrunger.com/greta-thunberg-proves-age-is-no-barrier-when-it-comes-to-leadership-and-change/ https://mariebrunger.com/disabling-anxiety-depression/