Guilt and Worry; it's a cocktail!
How often does guilt or worry creep in and ruin a good time? 20-50% or more like 75% of the time?
It can kill off joy quicker than a bad hangover.
Guilt and worry come from our feeling:
- Undeserving of good fortune.
- Enjoying ourselves and beating ourselves up for it at the same time.
- Something is wrong if we believe that all is well in our world.
We may even believe we have to suffer while engaging an activity, because we feel it’s the right thing to do.
For some of us it’s almost a full time job, we may even believe if we worry enough, we’ll keep something really bad from happening.
It isn’t true.
We can stop worry and guilt before they take us down physically and emotionally. By stopping it, the quality of our life experiences will improve. We were created to let go and being free and yet, we fight against our nature….even if we stop worrying and leave guilt at the side of the road, we may not trust that life will be okay.
Why is guilt useless?
When we engage in something that we think we don’t deserve to experience or perhaps, it’ll upset someone; we go against ourselves.
How to solve the guilt issue?
1. Be honest.
First, with yourself about “why” you are or aren’t doing something.
What’s the reason?
Get real. Once you’re clear with yourself, share the truth with someone else, especially if it affects them. Get ready for the outcome to be “change.” Human beings like to walk backwards into change, instead confront yourself and your “whys,” then allow change….deep down inside, you want it anyway.
2. Get deep.
Perhaps, you feel you don’t deserve good fortune or to have fun, ask yourself why.
Really, really get to the seed of where it sprouted…were you raised to believe work before fun and that no amount of work was really ever enough? Or maybe you were made to feel bad about wanting different things than your parents? There is a long list of reasons we may feel we don’t deserve good. We may find guilt to be the familiar coat we wear. Get to know yourself.
Worry. Who me?
NOTHING is worth the worry. All that you accomplish is going through a cycle of scenarios that 95% of the time do not happen. And even if they were to happen, you’ve still accomplished nothing by worrying, there’s no suitable game plan, because even if something bad happens–it’ll still be different than you imagined.
And so what if you worry and it comes true. You wasted all that time feeling crappy. When you get to the last day of your life, what will all the time you wasted worrying have brought you? Regret. That’s all.
How to Wash The Worry Away?
1. Let Go
Realize that no matter what you are worrying about, the process of worry will do nothing to prevent it. It’s a NON-ACTION. Thought does nothing. If there’s something you’re betting is going to happen and you can do nothing to prevent it, then let go. If you can do something, then do it.
That’s right. Once you attempt to let go, you’re next step is to manifest what you do want to happen. Believe in the good of life and you’re own good fortune. You’re not holding the world together by worrying, you’re giving yourself a useless ulcer.
Focus on trusting that things will work out for the best no matter how it looks; believe and have faith that everything in between being born and death can be overcome, so what’s the worry when those are your only two guarantees?
Now what can you do without guilt and worry running the show?
Step out of your comfort zone!
SAY what you really THINK and FEEL!
LET GO and BE FREE!