I'd like to know who in the world hasn't made more than one mistake a day. The answer is obvious, but that's not really the problem. It's that we don't know what we should do with the negative energy-by the way very toxic-that inevitably stays inside us when we don't properly handle our emotions and decisions about our mistakes. This powerful manual doesn't assume that we're saints, or much less, that we're perfect. What it seeks to show us is how we can free ourselves from the damage and distress associated with the errors that we commit, always with the aim of being able to feel better, grow, gain new skills, develop ourselves more fully, and stay in a process of continual improvement with no need to live as victims of these errors. As you read this manual, you will discover, among many other things, the damage done to human beings by the formidable React Without Thinking (RWT) virus and you'll also find out what to do to control it. Likewise, you will understand what guilt really is and how to transform the negative energy that inevitably accompanies it into positive energy. Errors are, perhaps, our best allies, but regrettably, there are very few people who are fortunate enough to see them this way.
Published: 16th January 2014