In this video I share a little bit of my perspective, around falling, not falling, physically falling, but, really falling when sometimes we feel like, we have failed ourselves or sometimes when we feel like we have failed others, and when we start feeling emotions like, maybe guilt and shame and anger and all those emotions that are, we can associate, with failing ourselves or failing others all falling on our face.
so what I have come to experience about this is that whenever we feel like we have failed, uh, whether it’s from somebody else’s perspective or from our own perspective from that matter and whenever we’re feeling all these emotions of conflicting emotions inside, whether it’s guilt, shame, anger whatever it is. At that moment we are creating a gap between who we truly are and who we are being at the moment.
And so for me again, like if you’ve been around at all, well even in five minutes, you know, that for me, the most powerful stage is to be in alignment, to be really one with our true self and our true essence and so, it doesn’t mean that when we fail or are in misalignment and stuff like that, or if we’ve wronged someone, for example, it doesn’t mean that automatically, uh, we don’t have a conscious of automatically we, you know, like, like we don’t care about it. That’s not what I’m saying. What I’m saying is that, whenever that happens, sure, like we can acknowledge that, oh my God, I, I failed you for example, all we can acknowledge that maybe I could have done things differently. but at that moment, when we have, of course, the emotions, the emotions that come with, because like we thinking at the moment something a thought that is different than our true self knows period.
Right? Period and so the point is that how do we get ourselves back in alignment with our true self? Even though we fail, even though we, we may have hurt somebody, even though we may have wronged somebody a wrong the ourselves or whatever it is, how do we get ourselves back in alignment, I think is the most important part, right? Because from that space , we can really act even more powerfully. And in this video, I’m going to share with you one one practice that I actually learned from my Body and Brain practices that I do quite often, especially when I feel like, oh, you know, like even for a simple thing like blaming myself for things I shouldn’t have done that or I could have done better and stuff like that. How to reduce the gap so that I can feel more of the power of my true essence.
So something that again, it’s all about number one, asking for forgiveness not necessarily from outside. That actually is also important in my opinion, but also first asking for forgiveness from myself right? Asking for forgiveness from my true self, from my self. Why? Because, whatever, maybe whatever has happened that has gotten me into feeling anger, feeling a guilty, feeling shame, feeling what are the emotions, feeling, maybe superior feeling, whatever it is, whatever has happened has created that gap. And so I can literally just like a lot of the times I’ll just put my hand on my chest and then just call my true self or call my name and just say, I can say Dihessa, just called the Dihessa, just call, call my true self, call my true self with my hand on my chest.
Just literally feel my true self and then say, I am sorry. I’m sorry. I’m sorry. I’m sorry. As for forgiveness, please forgive me. Please forgive me. Please forgive me. This is a moment for me and for my true self alone. No one else that is what matters the most. And so the deeper you go with this, the deeper you energetically reconnect with yourself, the more you gain the strength now, to go outside and also ask forgiveness from somebody else if we need to, or go out there with our full self and be the powerful creator that we were meant to be, be the powerful creators that we were created to be, as opposed to being really dragged down or being really like caring that the heavy load of the past pretty much of the past. And that for sure will keep you from fully being creative in your life the way that we want. So that’s what I want to do to share with you in this video. Of course, share with me what your thoughts are about this. And if you, you yourself have, uh, any specific what do you say, any specific practices that you do, uh, around this for forgiving yourself and also for forgiving others.
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