Self-responsibility, though a seemingly “tough pill to swallow,” is a gateway to FREEDOM and LOVE: True love that doesn’t depend on ANYONE ELSE to feel love/d or be love/d! – Sarah Haykel
Have you ever been 100% self-responsible for something you’ve done, said, perceived, projected onto or created in the world?
This means no excuses. You’re not saying, “I’m sorry, but…” or “I’m sorry and…” You’re just saying “I’m sorry. I messed up. Please forgive me.”
Wow, that’s the real clincher right there to living a life full of freedom – freedom from the past, other people, yourself and your own self-centered, old beliefs.
Now, this is NOT about perfection! I know Dr. Hew Len of Ho’oponopono says to be 100% responsible for everything you see, perceive, feel and experience and I do think that’s right. AND, I also perceive there is a fine line between being 100% responsible for your stuff and over taking responsibility for others stuff. How will you discern the difference between what’s right for you to take responsibility for and what’s others to take responsibility for?
In my experience, owning up to your part to play, and only your part, can be extremely liberating and can free you from the holds of everyone and everything else on you, including yourself!
What is the hardest part about being 100% self-responsible?
What is the best part about being 100% self-responsible?
How about taking a few moments to journal on or contemplate about these questions?
Wishing you well on your journey of being 100% self-responsible.
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