“The past is over,” Deschene said. “What happened, happened. Today is a new day and freedom comes from seeing it with new eyes. It comes from recognizing what’s going on in our minds, and then choosing to release your thoughts and feelings. We all deserve to be peaceful, but no one else can do it for us.”

 

In this journey of life sometimes we get encountered with a dead end or choose apparently wrong road in order to discover our life purpose, what is right, substantial and meant for us. We humans face a huge challenge to let go our bitter past and unknowingly start living with it tolerating the agony and foolishly choose to suffer every day. Painful memories are so deeply engraved in our veins spreading as a moderate poison and as a result we are left with endless scars and lifetime desolation. This is the phase when nothing appears to work our way and we are magnetically heading through the despair facing fear and resentment. We always have a choice to respond to our past frequencies, we can either escape from them or make peace with them realizing they are merely signboards along our journey.  Once we understand that every incident happening in our life is helping us move ahead in the process of self–evolution, we will be thankful for even terrible counters that happen to us.

Our past memories fade away when we realize they have no influence and control over us and they are just temporary wizards which roomed our psyche and facing them with fearless attitude is the only key to conquer. Past teaches us the art of “letting go” with a handful of learning’s and we must consider this as one of the brilliant moments when we have an opportunity to lead and experience a meaningful life which many of us might have subtly longed for but very few are able to unravel as how to search for a hidden treasure while being eradicating the weight of the past. To get away from dreadful disruptions of the past, we would need to comprehend those painful situations on a more profound and deeper level to eliminate the feeling of being victimized so as to honor us with a gift of seeking life in a positive way, gaining from those difficult encounters.

Everything has a sheer purpose

Don’t let the darkness rule your inner peace rather use it as a prop to create a beautiful and sunny morning. What has happened had a purpose and for a greater good, hence don’t hinder your vision to see beautiful scenery around when it has all the possibility to rejuvenate you from within. Don’t wander around the past locking your door of present rather let it pass gracefully accumulating learning from it. Skill yourself to let go your past and unwind yourself from painful baggage to investigate and explore new horizons of life. Invest time to examine your situation from a deeper perspective. Look within and ask, “What I can gain from this situation?” The answers you battle to seek in the outer world are always mystically found within. What used to be of great meaning and significance to you no longer contains any value at present. Carry with you the lessons you gotten from this experience, find forgiveness for all involved, including yourself.

Understand your worth and stand up for yourself

The past has imprisoned you for too long. You have brutally accused yourself for many failures and the unwelcome baggage you carry is much too heavy a burden for you to sustain. You don’t have to blame yourself for every negative incident happening and start feeling a victim of it. The past has no power to define you, your past does not equate to the future. Try to detach from negative past experiences else it would continue to haunt and reoccur as established patterns. Don’t lose your worth in the process of working on past detachment, avoid degrading yourself believing what has happened is a curse and you deserve to bear the same. You ought to believe that these are wide opportunities life has given you to shine as a warrior.

Stop asking “Why me?”

You need to quit probing about the past occurrence and must release yourself asking   “Why me” repetitively.  Each time you raise this question consequently you burden yourself with painful memories. A feeling of worthlessness can prompt to the state of unhappiness more often than not. The universe has its own ways of communicating with us and when we drift away from the purpose of our life, it tells us through negative relationships and episodes. Understanding our own selves and knowing our purpose can help a great in breaking the repetitive painful patterns in our life. To dispose of difficult past we need to look internally, inspect what triggers the origin of such causes, reveal and resolve them at the root level. The pent up emotions if not settled on time act as barriers, preventing us from advancing in life. Our mental, emotional and physical prosperity can be attributed to how well we have been possessed the capacity to deal with past and to make it work we would need to heal the past and remove the pain forever.

Your attitude in practice

Viewing your present with past lens is the biggest blunder we do. Your attitude to handle past wounds shows how rapidly you can recoup from past insecurities and look for remedies that can help you to learn and grow accordingly. Try not to be a reason of self-depreciation rather have the insightful attitude to consider past experiences as life lessons and fearlessly move forward in order to cultivate a power of detachment from painful thoughts. You can easily choose not to suffer now. You don’t have to allow the past to captivate your inner peace. Remove the painful chord and treat your past as a cautionary tale that would keep a reminder check forever.

“Life becomes more beautiful when we surpass our past deadlocks gifting with a key of letting go”

 

 

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Posted by:Payal Mishra

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