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Free From Shame
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Free From Shame
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Recognizing and dealing with feelings of shame is a critical step in human development and emotional well-being. Shame can be a heavy burden that weighs us down, prevents us from fully loving ourselves, and limits our ability to move forward. We open the door to healing and transformation by bringing our shame to light and acknowledging its presence.

Seeking forgiveness, whether from a higher power, others, or ourselves, is a vital step toward embracing a brighter future. Humility, vulnerability, and a willingness to accept responsibility for our actions are essential. Forgiveness liberates us from the grip of shame, making room for compassion, understanding, and self-love. It is a liberating act that frees us from the chains of the past and opens the door to personal growth and positive progress.

Accepting a better future entails letting go of self-limiting beliefs and negative self-perceptions that shame typically develops. It requires a commitment to self-acceptance and self-compassion, as well as a willingness to learn and grow from previous experiences. We create space for personal growth, genuine connection, and a renewed sense of purpose by practicing forgiveness and acknowledging our worth. In this way, we empower ourselves to build a future filled with joy, fulfillment, and the realization of our true potential.


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Let's start by relaxing the muscles in your hands, your feet, your shoulders, and your eyes. Breathe gently. And think back to something that has filled you with shame. Is there something from your past that eats at you, that you would like to hide away from the world? Say that thing to yourself. And now say it to God, to your higher power. You are human, imperfect, you fail. And like every human, your failure creates pain within you. What does this pain feel like? Describe these feelings to God. Together with God. Take a moment to mourn the pain of these deep wounds. Shame is not the same as guilt. While guilt motivates you to be better, shame eats at you. This shameful thing has hurt you long enough. You deserve to be free. Take a deep breath. And as you exhale, ask God to fill you with forgiveness for your past self, with mercy for your past self, with compassion for your past self, with strength to move forward. Breathe deeply and open your eyes to a brilliant future.

Watching Now
Free From Shame
Free From Shame
Skylight • 04:20

Recognizing and dealing with feelings of shame is a critical step in human development and emotional well-being. Shame can be a heavy burden that weighs us down, prevents us from fully loving ourselves, and limits our ability to move forward. We open the door to healing and transformation by bringing our shame to light and acknowledging its presence.

Seeking forgiveness, whether from a higher power, others, or ourselves, is a vital step toward embracing a brighter future. Humility, vulnerability, and a willingness to accept responsibility for our actions are essential. Forgiveness liberates us from the grip of shame, making room for compassion, understanding, and self-love. It is a liberating act that frees us from the chains of the past and opens the door to personal growth and positive progress.

Accepting a better future entails letting go of self-limiting beliefs and negative self-perceptions that shame typically develops. It requires a commitment to self-acceptance and self-compassion, as well as a willingness to learn and grow from previous experiences. We create space for personal growth, genuine connection, and a renewed sense of purpose by practicing forgiveness and acknowledging our worth. In this way, we empower ourselves to build a future filled with joy, fulfillment, and the realization of our true potential.


View Transcript
Let's start by relaxing the muscles in your hands, your feet, your shoulders, and your eyes. Breathe gently. And think back to something that has filled you with shame. Is there something from your past that eats at you, that you would like to hide away from the world? Say that thing to yourself. And now say it to God, to your higher power. You are human, imperfect, you fail. And like every human, your failure creates pain within you. What does this pain feel like? Describe these feelings to God. Together with God. Take a moment to mourn the pain of these deep wounds. Shame is not the same as guilt. While guilt motivates you to be better, shame eats at you. This shameful thing has hurt you long enough. You deserve to be free. Take a deep breath. And as you exhale, ask God to fill you with forgiveness for your past self, with mercy for your past self, with compassion for your past self, with strength to move forward. Breathe deeply and open your eyes to a brilliant future.


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