When We Maintain Grievances Against Others We Are Attacking Ourselves

When we maintain grievances against others we are actually attacking them. When we attack others we feel bad about ourselves at a deep unconscious level, even if we feel justified in our grievances and attack. Our feeling bad about ourselves involves an increase in our guilt, shame and self-loathing, which causes our subconscious mind to sabotage ourselves. Consequently, when we attack others we are hurting ourselves.

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  1. Makiko Pothier

    I like this lecture very much. It helps me to listen more than once or twice. Dr. Jacobson is the great doctor to present each of our problems accurately and lead us the best solution. His speech is real!

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