Free Yourself from Shame & Guilt
- Do you sometimes give yourself disapproval and punish yourself for what you believe are your mistakes?
- Do you sometimes think it must be your fault even if others disagree?
- Do you sometimes think you must be wrong or bad?
Does this sound familiar? If you have ever felt like this, you are probably feeling guilt or shame. You are not alone—and there is real and lasting help in the form of the Sedona Method. The Sedona Method is a powerful tool for letting go of all forms of guilt and shame.
“I feel much more peace about life. I have felt a huge release from guilt.”
Jon Morse, Eugene, OR
Feel your guilt and shame dissolve on the spot.
When you feel your guilt or shame acting up, or you can tell you are getting ready to punish yourself again, simply ask yourself the easy-to-learn and easy-to-remember questions that make up the Sedona Method, and you will feel the tightness leaving your stomach, shoulders and chest. In its place, you will feel warmth and relaxation. You will no longer feel tense.
Free of your guilt and shame, you will feel more relaxed, even in the very situations that you once felt you had to avoid. The noise of your mind will subside, and you will be able to accept yourself more as you are. You will have the clarity of mind to say and do what is appropriate and natural in any life situation. Break the cycle of self-punishment.
Guilt and shame are tricky feelings that cause so much unnecessary suffering. Nearly identical in the way they work within us, guilt and shame generally form a single complex. But while it is possible to feel guilt without shame, we cannot feel shame without guilt. The way to distinguish them is this: Guilt is the feeling that follows a perceived wrongdoing: “I did wrong.” Shame is the feeling that we, ourselves, are made “wrong” or “bad” for what we perceive we did.
We believe the lie that guilt can protect us from being punished. In fact, guilt is an unconscious “I owe you” for punishment. That’s right. When we feel guilty, we attract punishment from the world, and we also create it for ourselves. And here’s the kicker: We never feel as though we’ve been sufficiently punished.
How does self-punishment arise? First we do something (or think of doing something) that we believe we shouldn’t do, or that is wrong to do. Interestingly, we often feel guilty even when we haven’t followed through with an external action. Then, whether or not we’ll “get away with it” in the eyes of the world, we remain aware of what we did or thought, and we won’t easily let ourselves off the hook.
Because we believe that punishment from the outside is inevitable, we punish ourselves in the false hope that this will enable us to prevent receiving it. But since we have no idea of what others’, or even our own, sense of inner governance will determine is an appropriate degree of punishment, we invariably overdo it.
“I’ve gotten a much clearer look at my core beliefs and how they’ve impacted me in the past. I feel much lighter, more open and spacious, and relaxed than when I started working with The Sedona Method. ”
Darren Saady, London
Are you ready for a healthier alternative to self-punishment—the Sedona Method?
The scientifically proven Sedona Method is an elegant, easy-to-learn, do-it-yourself system that will show you how to tap your natural ability to let go of any unwanted feeling, including all forms of guilt and shame, on the spot. It can be used in life to get immediate relief of your symptoms whenever guilt or shame arises. The Sedona Method also helps to easily break the patterns of thought and behavior that cause these feelings to reoccur.
How does the Sedona Method work?
As you use the Method, you will find over time that the very situations and experiences that you used to find the most exhausting or disturbing will become less and less so, until you may even forget that you used to have those kinds of experiences.
How can the Sedona Method help me?
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