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Embracing Freedom: How to Let Go of Shame from the Past

June 02, 20232 min read

Do you feel burdened by the weight of shame from your past experiences? Are you ready to break free from its grip and create a life filled with self-acceptance, compassion, and growth?

Shame is one of those heavy emotions that can hold us back from unfolding into our true potential. Experiences or past programming that made us feel less than, unworthy, and embarrassed. Pieces of ourselves that we, most of the time, unconsciously suppress or tuck away. For fear if someone finds out our truth, we will be ridiculed and looked at with disgust. So we go through life hiding parts that makeup who we are.

We have squashed, hidden, or suppressed these pieces from our past. However, they resurface in how we act, how we treat ourselves and others, and how we view our worth in this world.

We self-sabotage, compare ourselves to others, and find it hard to move forward.

8 Reasons

Release the shackles of shame and embrace a life of authenticity, self-love, and unlimited possibilities.!

1. Bring it to the Surface

I always say you must "pull the weeds before you plant new seeds". This means you need to face your past and ACCEPT and FORGIVE yourself for whatever happened, or it will continue to overshadow everything you do in the future. Facing our past certainly is the most challenging part but also the most important. Uproot what's causing you pain and release it from your subconscious mind and energetic body.

2. Shift Limiting Beliefs

When we live with this shame or guilt from our past, we develop limiting beliefs about who we are and what we can achieve. We often compare ourselves to others, feeling less than or unworthy. We tend to self-sabotage or hold ourselves back from our true potential. But don't be discouraged. The mind is powerful, and these thoughts can be shifted into a place of confidence in who you are and learning to see your true worth.

3. Find Forgiveness

A big reminder that we are all a work in progress. Every day is a lesson in which we learn, grow, and expand for the better. Now, with that in mind, we can face our past as a lesson, not a mistake, but a lesson. And instead of holding this resentment or anger towards yourself, forgive yourself. Forgive yourself for being so hard on the younger version of you who didn't know any better. This younger version wants your love and compassion. This younger version deserves (yes, say it with me!) I DESERVE LOVE and COMPASSION.


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