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The Secret to Feeling Good about Yourself

December 21, 2021

We are rediscovering the Secret to Feeling Good about Yourself that we are currently not being told.

Jesus said, “Let not your Heart be troubled”.

This contradicts the prevailing nonsensical idea that we should embrace all our emotions, good or bad.

We can see from what Jesus is saying to his disciples the night before his Crucifixion, that we do have the capacity to control our emotions.

We can either allow our Hearts and minds to be completely overwhelmed with troubling thoughts and emotions, or not.

Todays PC Lecturer wants us to believe that we should accept feelings of being troubled, so that we can ‘connect with our dark side’.

To justify the Dark Side connection idea the bait that is being used is that this concept is the only way that you can feel good about yourself. “You can’t feel good about yourself if you are suppressing emotions that society finds unhelpful, because you are denying who you really are”.

This is assuming that the negative emotions are a vital product of our Inner Self, and therefore we are powerless to deal with them, because if we suppress our anxiety it will reappear in another form.

So why not embrace your Dark Side?

Today the PC Thought Police would interrupt Jesus and say, “Excuse me, but that idea is old fashioned, we want people to accept their negative emotions as part of who they are, you are going against the latest findings of our research. If you keep talking like this we will have to report you for violating Community Standards.”

If you find yourself waking up in the middle of the night fretting over the circumstances of your life, the Truth is that you can overcome these thoughts of anxiety and fear.

We may try to stop worrying, and vow to stop stressing, but each night similar concerns wake us up at 2 or 3am.

It’s because of this inability to not let our Heart be troubled, that we can succumb to the idea that, “I’m just a worrier, there is nothing I can do about it. I may as well accept that this is who I really am”.

Notice that Jesus said, “Let not your Heart be troubled”.

Jesus talked about our Heart and not our Minds.

We cannot stop troubling thoughts from coming into our minds occasionally, but we can stop them from becoming entrenched in our psyche.

Have you ever had a disturbing thought about the possible nefarious motivations of a co-worker or family member, only to find out later that it was all just in your fearful imagination, and that nothing of the kind was going on?

If you had embraced this suspicion as part of your dark side, and therefore part of who you are, you would end up becoming suspicious of everyone.

This would then block you from connecting with the Love that you have for family and friends.

The concept of embracing your Dark Side is a complete delusion, and will prevent you from having great relationships.

Our Hearts can also be compared to our Subconscious.

We must guard our hearts, and we can choose to not allow negative emotions to gain the upper hand over our Inner Self.

For some people, no matter what you say to them it will be taken as a personal attack.

They have allowed their Dark Side to filter all conversations through the lenses of suspicion and fear of rejection.

Someone will say this to themselves when you try to be nice to them, “Why is this person complimenting me, what do they want, why are they trying to deceive me?”

We may have been rejected in a relationship before or by parents or friends, and we may have allowed the feeling of rejection to penetrate our Heart. We can release the rejection through Grace.

Otherwise we may end up believing that everyone is going to reject us.

What we have not been told is that we have choices over the way we feel.

The PC Lecturer doesn’t want the students to understand this because they will no longer have any justification to blame Society or their parents or friends, for their feelings of alienation.

Sometimes we find ourselves overwhelmed with negative emotions including depression and feelings of separation and loneliness.

In our time of need we can yield our Hearts to the Grace of Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour.

His Grace will then fill out Hearts with Peace and Love.

In this way you can feel good about yourself no matter what kind of drama you are faced with, because you can overcome negative emotions whenever you need to.

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Craig Holme 2021/2022/2023/2024

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