1. The Power of Divine Truth in Forgiveness and Repentance 2. Overcoming Self-Deception in Emotional Processing

1. The Power of Divine Truth in Forgiveness and Repentance
2. Overcoming Self-Deception in Emotional Processing
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1. This article explores the transformative power of divine truth in practicing forgiveness and repentance, leading to spiritual growth and liberation. 2. In this article, we examine the dangers of self-deception in emotional processing and the importance of facing the actual emotions to heal and progress.

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1. Divine Truth Divine Truth Forgiveness & Repentance In Practice Forgiveness & Repentance In Practice

2. Reminders Reminders 'Emotional processing' of the wrong emotions 'Emotional processing' of the wrong emotions One of the biggest problems we have is self- deception with emotions One of the biggest problems we have is self- deception with emotions Attempting to 'experience' an emotion that is preferable (which is an addiction) rather than the actual emotion Attempting to 'experience' an emotion that is preferable (which is an addiction) rather than the actual emotion Self-deception emotions will not result in progression can never occur because they are not the Absolute Truth about our lives and they are based on addictions Self-deception emotions will not result in progression can never occur because they are not the Absolute Truth about our lives and they are based on addictions Self-deception emotions are dangerous, in that they can cause further soul damage Self-deception emotions are dangerous, in that they can cause further soul damage

3. Reminders Reminders Truthful 'emotional processing' revolves around two types of relationships: Truthful 'emotional processing' revolves around two types of relationships: The relationships where others or we ourselves have treated us unlovingly from God's viewpoint, and which resulted in causal soul based injuries within ourselves, which we must learn to forgive The relationships where others or we ourselves have treated us unlovingly from God's viewpoint, and which resulted in causal soul based injuries within ourselves, which we must learn to forgive The relationships where we have treated others, or ourselves at the insistence of others, unlovingly from God's viewpoint, and which resulted in causal soul based injuries in others and ourselves, for which we must learn to repent for The relationships where we have treated others, or ourselves at the insistence of others, unlovingly from God's viewpoint, and which resulted in causal soul based injuries in others and ourselves, for which we must learn to repent for

4. Reminders Reminders Suffering has two primary causes Suffering has two primary causes The refusal to repent The refusal to repent The refusal to forgive The refusal to forgive Forgiveness relationships Forgiveness relationships Revolve around the hurt self's (child) feelings Revolve around the hurt self's (child) feelings These are relationships where we need to forgive others our ourselves for actions taken out of harmony with Love towards us These are relationships where we need to forgive others our ourselves for actions taken out of harmony with Love towards us Repentance relationships Repentance relationships Revolve around the faade self's (adult) feelings Revolve around the faade self's (adult) feelings These are relationships where we need to repent towards others our ourselves for our actions taken out of harmony with Love These are relationships where we need to repent towards others our ourselves for our actions taken out of harmony with Love Addictions are caused by Addictions are caused by Our refusal to forgive & repent Our refusal to forgive & repent Our desire to avoid our own pain and suffering Our desire to avoid our own pain and suffering

5. Blocks To Forgiveness Blocks To Forgiveness The key is to identify these emotional blockages and work through them emotionally The key is to identify these emotional blockages and work through them emotionally If we do not do this forgiveness can never take place, and we shall need to rely upon the Law of Compensation doing its work upon our soul in a slow and laborious painful process If we do not do this forgiveness can never take place, and we shall need to rely upon the Law of Compensation doing its work upon our soul in a slow and laborious painful process We will not list all of the blocks here, but rather will list a few of them only We will not list all of the blocks here, but rather will list a few of them only

6. Blocks to Forgiveness Blocks to Forgiveness Accepting guilt from others when I am innocent of unloving behaviour in the situation Accepting guilt from others when I am innocent of unloving behaviour in the situation When I feel guilt about things that I am not truly guilty for When I feel guilt about things that I am not truly guilty for I feel guilty for things that others actually perpetrated towards myself or others I feel guilty for things that others actually perpetrated towards myself or others

7. Blocks to Forgiveness Blocks to Forgiveness Accepting responsibility when I am innocent of unloving behaviour in the situation Accepting responsibility when I am innocent of unloving behaviour in the situation When I feel responsible for things that I am not responsible for When I feel responsible for things that I am not responsible for I feel responsible for things that from Gods perspective I am not responsible for I feel responsible for things that from Gods perspective I am not responsible for E.g. A child taking responsibility for how the parent abused it E.g. A child taking responsibility for how the parent abused it E.g. A child feeling responsible for starvation in the third world when only their parents can repair the problem E.g. A child feeling responsible for starvation in the third world when only their parents can repair the problem

8. Blocks to Forgiveness Blocks to Forgiveness Accepting blame from others when we are innocent of unloving behaviour Accepting blame from others when we are innocent of unloving behaviour When I feel I am to blame for things that others did out of harmony with love When I feel I am to blame for things that others did out of harmony with love Wanting to blame myself so that others stop treating me badly, or so that I can avoid the pain of recognizing that others wish to treat me badly for no reason, when it is the people who treat me badly that are to blame for their own behaviour Wanting to blame myself so that others stop treating me badly, or so that I can avoid the pain of recognizing that others wish to treat me badly for no reason, when it is the people who treat me badly that are to blame for their own behaviour

9. Blocks to Forgiveness Blocks to Forgiveness Self-punishment, the attempt to avoid assigning responsibility to the person who is actually responsible for the unloving behaviour by blaming oneself Self-punishment, the attempt to avoid assigning responsibility to the person who is actually responsible for the unloving behaviour by blaming oneself When I punish myself for unloving actions others have taken towards me When I punish myself for unloving actions others have taken towards me When I become violent towards myself for being treated badly by others When I become violent towards myself for being treated badly by others

10. Blocks to Forgiveness Blocks to Forgiveness Wishing to destroy, punish, or harm people who perpetrated the unloving behaviour Wishing to destroy, punish, or harm people who perpetrated the unloving behaviour When I harbour resentment towards the people who have hurt me, and instead of feeling the pain of others treatment of me, I decide to perpetrate harm towards others (often others not related to my own original hurt) When I harbour resentment towards the people who have hurt me, and instead of feeling the pain of others treatment of me, I decide to perpetrate harm towards others (often others not related to my own original hurt)

11. Blocks To Repentance Blocks To Repentance There are many blocks to repenting towards God, others and ourselves for what we have done to God, others or ourselves There are many blocks to repenting towards God, others and ourselves for what we have done to God, others or ourselves The key is to identify these emotional blockages and work through them emotionally The key is to identify these emotional blockages and work through them emotionally If we do not do this repentance will never take place, and we shall need to rely upon the Law of Compensation doing its work upon our soul in a slow and laborious painful process If we do not do this repentance will never take place, and we shall need to rely upon the Law of Compensation doing its work upon our soul in a slow and laborious painful process

12. Blocks to Repentance Blocks to Repentance Making others feel guilty for my own unloving behaviour Making others feel guilty for my own unloving behaviour I refuse to see my own unloving behaviour, and I believe that others have done things to harm me when in fact I have done things to harm them from Gods perspective I refuse to see my own unloving behaviour, and I believe that others have done things to harm me when in fact I have done things to harm them from Gods perspective E.g. Believing that others should love me when others are allowed to decide to not love me E.g. Believing that others should love me when others are allowed to decide to not love me

13. Blocks to Repentance Blocks to Repentance Making others take responsibility for my own unloving behaviour Making others take responsibility for my own unloving behaviour Manipulating, coercing, and otherwise blackmailing others into taking responsibility for my own unloving behaviour Manipulating, coercing, and otherwise blackmailing others into taking responsibility for my own unloving behaviour

14. Blocks to Repentance Blocks to Repentance Refusing to take personal responsibility for my own unloving behaviour Refusing to take personal responsibility for my own unloving behaviour Minimizing, justifying, shifting the blame, and using emotional methods (such as tantrums, tears, drama etc) to refuse to take full emotional responsibility for my own unloving behaviour towards myself or others Minimizing, justifying, shifting the blame, and using emotional methods (such as tantrums, tears, drama etc) to refuse to take full emotional responsibility for my own unloving behaviour towards myself or others

15. Blocks to Repentance Blocks to Repentance Blaming others for my own unloving behaviour Blaming others for my own unloving behaviour Justifying our own unloving behaviour by assigning blame for our own behaviour onto someone else, whether that person actually treated us unlovingly or not Justifying our own unloving behaviour by assigning blame for our own behaviour onto someone else, whether that person actually treated us unlovingly or not

16. Blocks to Repentance Blocks to Repentance Punishing others for my own unloving behaviour Punishing others for my own unloving behaviour Attempting with my thoughts, words and actions to punish others subversively or overtly for what I perceive is their unloving behaviour Attempting with my thoughts, words and actions to punish others subversively or overtly for what I perceive is their unloving behaviour Attempting with my thoughts, words and actions to punish others subversively or overtly for what I know is their unloving behaviour Attempting with my thoughts, words and actions to punish others subversively or overtly for what I know is their unloving behaviour

17. Blocks to Repentance Blocks to Repentance Attempting to avoid the recognition of my own unloving behaviour through manipulative techniques or addictions Attempting to avoid the recognition of my own unloving behaviour through manipulative techniques or addictions This is an attempt to remain in denial of my own unloving behaviour by using devious and underhanded methods to avoid the recognition of our own unloving behaviour This is an attempt to remain in denial of my own unloving behaviour by using devious and underhanded methods to avoid the recognition of our own unloving behaviour

18. Conclusion Conclusion We need to understand our emotional blockages towards repentance and forgiveness We need to understand our emotional blockages towards repentance and forgiveness We need to see how our emotional blockages towards repentance and forgiveness are acted out in our behaviour We need to see how our emotional blockages towards repentance and forgiveness are acted out in our behaviour We need to see our refusal to forgive or repent as a choice exercised by our personal will (soul based) We need to see our refusal to forgive or repent as a choice exercised by our personal will (soul based)

19. Homework Homework Can you see where you need to repent? Can you see where you need to repent? Can you see where you need to forgive? Can you see where you need to forgive? When have you claimed to be repentant or claimed to forgive, when you obviously have not? When have you claimed to be repentant or claimed to forgive, when you obviously have not? When have you been attempting to forgive someone, when really you need to repent for your actions towards them? When have you been attempting to forgive someone, when really you need to repent for your actions towards them? When have you been attempting to repent for your actions when really you did nothing wrong from God's perspective? When have you been attempting to repent for your actions when really you did nothing wrong from God's perspective? What actions have you taken in your faade self (adult) in order to avoid the hurt self's (child's) emotional experience? What actions have you taken in your faade self (adult) in order to avoid the hurt self's (child's) emotional experience? What actions have you taken in order to deny the hurt self's (child's) emotional experience? What actions have you taken in order to deny the hurt self's (child's) emotional experience? What techniques are your favourite techniques to avoid repentance and forgiveness? What techniques are your favourite techniques to avoid repentance and forgiveness?

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