Psychology of Cancer: Stage 7, Guilt
Guilt. Such a low vibrating emotion. Such a thief of joy.
It’s the 7th stage in Flower Society’s Psychology of Cancer and they describe it as the following:
“Guilt: Taking action to break free from the particular psychological bind seems impossible, either because of ethical obligations, moral dictates, love attachments or other obstacles. Simply getting past the stressful situation would make the person feel guilty for being “unfaithful,” “unloving,” “irresponsible,” “cruel,” etc. Many times, guilt and resentment go hand in hand, as the person partly considers the stressful life condition as a punishment for his/her faults and shortcomings in this matter.”
It is important to talk about guilt as a low vibrating emotion because low vibrations will never heal you. And trust me when I say that high vibrations can help heal you!
Let me tell you that guilt is an useless emotion. What does it do? Really think about it, what does it do for you? It robs you of being proactive and forward thinking. It’s like worrying- what is the point? It’s an emotion you need to move past!
Did you know that guilt and shame are both the lowest of all vibrations when it comes to emotions? That should tell you something. Guilt is on the same level as shame.
If you ever visit frequency healing and want to aim it toward guilt, you will want to look for 396 Hz Solfeggio Frequency. It actually cleans the dirty vibrations of guilt in your system. This frequency is known for being able to turn grief into joy, so it is quite powerful!
Something I always tell myself is that we can have all the guilt in the world, or the smallest amount, and either way it will not erase the past. It is also like a wound to the human spirit.
Lastly, I also want you to remember that Jesus died on the cross so that we would not have to live in guilt. Here is a great passage to meditate on: Jesus is the Lord of my life. Sickness and disease have no power over me. I am forgiven and free from SIN AND GUILT. I am dead to sin and alive unto righteousness. (Col. 1:21,22.)