The Healing Power Of Acceptance

Do you believe that emotional pain can be healed or do you dwell on the memories of pain that revive your past wounds, causing you pain time and again? The memories of your past hurt or pains become a barrier that doesn’t let you live the life you want to live. You certainly can not erase your past pains to experience healing. But you can free yourself from this pain and heal if you make up your mind to move forward and learn the power of acceptance.

As said by Michael J. Fox, “Acceptance doesn’t mean resignation; it means understanding that something is what it is and that there’s got to be a way through it.” You must be aware of the fact that there are several things in life that are not under our control. Despite knowing this truth, we choose to fight reality and end up suffering emotionally, which in turn affects our physical health. Have you spent sleepless nights and painful or bitter moments, dwelling on the hurtful memories, which you are not willing to move past? I’ve learned over time and through my experiences that, denial or avoidance of the truth and regretting about the past brings you suffering and anxiety, without letting you move past those mental afflictions. It’s not merely time, but acceptance that certainly helps you heal, move forward, and grow.

If you do not accept that a problem exists, instead of working on it and moving past it, you will be living with it all through life! When you find a person, situation, or any fact of your life unacceptable to you, there is a disturbance in your mind, leading you to constantly ponder over something or someone you’re not willing to accept in your life. Ultimately, you end up with emotional pain. To get out of this internal war and find peace in life, do not deny or reject the truth, but practice accepting the reality about people/situations/facts and learn the helpful options available to live your life despite these disturbances.

Acceptance shifts your perspective and allows you to look at any problem in different dimensions, rather than looking at people or situations as either right or wrong. It saves you from getting into mental afflictions and lets you broaden your perspectives, helping you grow and evolve. Focus on healing and recovering from your hurts, make the most of everything in life, and do not let unacceptance ruin your peace and take your joy away. The lessons from your past can help you live a peaceful future only if you accept the lessons you learned and allow your pain to heal.

Do you agree that living in resentment causes suffering and doesn’t help you recover? Do share your opinion in the comments.

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