How to Get Over Hurt and Resentment

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Hurt and Resentment

Are you resentful? If you are, you need to find out why you are hurting and why you are resentful and see how it is affecting your growth and your purpose in life.

When we get hurt or we have negative feelings toward someone that has done us wrong, we become resentful. When we are resentful, it comes from someone taking advantage of us or hurting us.

Being angry or having hate in your heart are signs of resentment. We have all been resentful at times and if you haven’t, chances are that you will face this at some point.

How Does Resentment Hurt Your Journey?

We have to learn to live in the moment and we have to pay attention to our intuition and what we feel inside. We must learn to pay attention to our intuition and what it is telling us about our hurt.

Perception

When you look at things in your life it can be confusing. When you are hurt, it will be even more confusing and will be harder for you to reach who you are. Having resentment can change your perception on life.

Ego

We all have an ego, and your ego can cause you to have a different mindset. When you learn to be in control of your ego, you will find that you can connect spiritually with yourself.

When you do not feel connected, you will need to get your ego in check and make sure that you are listening to your inner self.

Tiredness

When you have resentment and hurt, it can cause you to feel exhausted and sad. If you are trying to develop your psychic giftings, you need to make sure that you keep your energy strong.

Vibrational Frequency

Being full of resentment will cause your vibrational frequency to get lower. It means that your energy level will be lower.

If you want your vibrational frequency to raise, you have to think positively and connect with your intuition to get you at a higher place.

Stress and Anxiety

Stress and anxiety are common things that people have. These things can cause physical symptoms that lead to depression, lack of sleep, diseases such as heart disease and more.

When you keep living the pain that you have experienced over and over by being resentful, you allow these physical issues to rise, and you cause your clear mind to be clouded. Allowing resentment to fill your life can cause you to believe that you are a victim and can cause you to be lost and confused.

How to End Resentment

Here are some things you can do if you are holding on to resentment:

  • Practice to forgive. Forgive yourself and others. Forgiveness is a choice, make it.
  • Learn to be thankful for what you do have. Make being thankful a habit.
  • Look to your spirit guides for answers.
  • Embrace your emotions and do not try to hide them. If you are emotional, express them and let them be processed in your mind and body.
  • Be mindful and try meditation.

You can learn to take any hurt and resentment that you have and turn it into forgiveness and love. Let go of the hurt that others have caused you. Forgiving is a choice and when you choose to let it go, your life will be better.

People are there to support you and if you feel that you need to talk to someone, ask a friend or a relative to talk to you or talk to a counselor or therapist.  There is plenty of help if you need it, just seek it and you will find it.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Honestly, this seems like a bunch of superficial feel-good nonsense. Emotions are far more complex than just ‘choosing to forgive and let go.’ The idea that you can just decide to raise your vibrational frequency by thinking positively is simplistic and dismissive of real psychological struggles.

  2. This article is so enlightening. It provides a clear roadmap to dealing with negative emotions and transforming them into positive energies. I genuinely appreciate the practical advice and the emphasis on spiritual growth. Thank you for sharing this wisdom.

  3. Oh, sure, just meditate and all your problems will vanish! Clearly, if you’re feeling resentful, you’re not meditating hard enough. The oversimplification of complex emotional states in this article is almost laughable. Life doesn’t magically get better with a few deep breaths and positive thoughts.

  4. The connection between resentment and vibrational frequency is quite intriguing. It aligns with some principles found in Eastern philosophies and energy healing practices. It’s fascinating to see these concepts being explained in a way that encourages personal growth and spiritual development.

  5. Ah, yes, because clearly spiritual enlightenment is just a matter of reminding yourself to be thankful and asking your spirit guides for help. Why didn’t I think of that? Guess I’ll just meditate my way out of my student loans next!

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