I set myself free. I forgive others and myself. I believe in second chances. I rid myself of grudges and resentments. I apologize and make amends when I break my commitments or cause harm to others. I encourage healing and reconciliation.
I live in the present moment. I make peace with the past. I learn from experience and move on.
I focus on solutions rather than assigning blame. I stay calm and analyze the situation. I consider my options. I take concrete action.
I set realistic goals. I expect progress rather than perfection. I avoid taking on too many obligations. I understand my resources and my limits. I absolve myself of responsibility for things that are beyond my control.
I think objectively. I imagine how I would judge someone else under the same circumstances. I ask others for input. I take precautions. I avoid regrets by making choices that align with my values and priorities.
I take care of my own needs. I give myself permission to look after my wellbeing and indulge myself regularly. I leave some downtime in my schedule for bubble baths, coloring books, and long walks.
I appreciate my worth. I remind myself that I am loveable and complete as I am. I recognize my talents and skills. I take pride in my accomplishments and having a positive impact on my community.
Today, I unburden myself. I say goodbye to chronic and excessive guilt. I feel light and free.
1. What is the difference between feeling accountable and feeling guilty?
2. Are there any benefits to experiencing guilt?
3. What can I do when someone else is trying to make me feel guilty?