Deep down, we all strive to be good, do good, and be a ‘good person’; sometimes, to the point where it really don’t serve us.
For most people, getting upset is simply not acceptable and leads to a lot of inner conflict and judgment.
It’s almost like, whenever we get upset, we get a painful reminder of how out of control we feel in our life.
It’s ok to get upset.
Getting upset is a part of life and helps us uncover unresolved pain, as long as we don’t get side-tracked by self-judgment and blame.
Getting upset is not a reflection of your value as a person. It doesn’t mean that you are not good, or don’t do good, or are not a ‘good person’. It just means that, like any other human being, you feel pain too.
Getting upset also doesn’t mean that you are not lovable, or deserving of goodness, and that you should feel badly or guilty.
It just means that you inadvertently reacted to unresolved pain.
There’s so much to learn from what triggers us, and when, where, how, and why it does.
When you start looking at ‘getting upset’ as a simple reactive process of ‘taking your hand off the burning hot stove’, it becomes easier to accept and, even, forgive it.
You can objectively look at the pain that’s getting triggered – which never originates in the present moment – and work to release and resolve it at the root.
It’s never been about you not being good, not doing good, or failing in some way, it’s only about your inner child being in pain.
If you’re interested in accelerating the healing of your inner child, consider working with Family Constellations, Hypnosis, or Past Life Regression.
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