Releasing Guilt for Inner Peace: A Companion to 4 Habits for Inner Peace
The only way to inner peace is through an awareness of the Truth within you. As you turn your mind inward to Truth you encounter your obstacles to peace.: guilt and the fear that it inspires. In this book, a companion to 4 Habits for Inner Peace, you learn where guilt comes from, how it is maintained in your mind, how it manifests in your awareness, how it has no basis, and how to release it to be at peace.
This book contains many every-day examples to illuminiate the ideas in it. You do not have to read 4 Habits for Inner Peace to benefit from this book. But you may want to read it to help you release guilt.
Table of contents for Releasing Guilt for Inner Peace: A companion to 4 Habits for Inner Peace
Guilt and God
1. What guilt is and how it shows up 2. Guilt and social conscience 3. Guilt without a social conscience 4. Why there is guilt in your mind 5. Giving away your Power and accepting guilt 6. Anger as fear of punishment 7. Denying your belief in a punishing god 8. The jumble god of not-Truth, Truth, and you 9. Undoing the projected god
Guilt and the Self
10. The self and fear of Truth 11. The self and the body symbolize guilt 12. Confusing Love with guilt and sacrifice 13. Guilt revealed by spiritualizing the self 14. Cherished beliefs that spiritualize the self 15. The manifest effect of your awareness of Truth
Seeing Guilt in the World
16. Personal perspective and projection 17. Projection and victimhood 18. Absolute-moral meaning as reality 19. Judging or merely observing 20. Guilt and responsibility
21. The world as a useful mirror 22. From guilt to Truth 23. Looking at personal guilt 24. Releasing the personal thought system 25. Accepting not-Truth as it is 26. True forgiving and true compassion 27. A conscious life 28. Releasing guilt and raising children