Many people feel guilted into following the light, because they think that’s the “right” thing to do. They are guilted into acting as they should act, thinking as they should think, and above all, not holding their own personal, selfish desires. But none of this needs to be true. The light often operates on guilt […]
Most religious systems out there have some idea of “justice”: those who are good get rewarded, and those who are evil get punished.
Christianity postpones it to the afterlife: good people go to Heaven and evil people go to Hell. Some Eastern religions say it'll happen either later in this life or in a future one: good people get rewarded with good karma, and evil people get punished with bad karma.
It's just part of the religious framework, I think.
We, as humans, seem to have an egoic need to see good people rewarded and bad people punished. We celebrate when a murderer gets the death penalty. We root for the hero in a movie to have his happy ending.
But is there really justice in the Universe? Does the Universe care about right and wrong? Does the law of attraction bring good things to good people, and bad things to bad people?
In yesterday's podcast, we had a detailed discussion about past lives, karma, and how that affects your manifestations.
For me this brought up another topic I've been wanting to discuss, as a very potent technique for releasing karma and resistance of all kinds.
And that technique is, as simple as it sounds, self-forgiveness.
So, what is self-forgiveness and how is it important in releasing stuck energy that is keeping you from your goal? That's what I'll be discussing in today's post.
In this podcast, Brandon, Christine, and Justin discuss the importance of exploring your past lives. Can current resistance to your goals actually stem from your past lives, or do we come here as a blank slate?