Feeling Unworthy? It’s about how you’ve been treated

BEAUTY OF SADNESS- Describes it all

Female Participant:
49:40

I just want to have a clarification on that difference between Josh feeling..

crying because he feels he’s unworthy versus…

Jesus: can I clarify?

Female Participant:  Yeah

Jesus: Many people say to me “but I just feel unworthy. I just cry about that a lot. I feel unworthy”. I’m going sorry but you’re not actually processing an emotion you know what you’re processing? False belief and living it, you’re not even processing. You’re living it, that’s what you are doing. Now, if you live in a false belief, that’s not processing anything and processing emotion is required before you release something if you live in a false belief you are actually reinforcing it.

This is why it never goes away for the people who do this. It will never go away. It can never go away because you’re not facing up to the reason why you feel that way, which is how I’ve been treated by somebody.

A person doesn’t get to feel unworthy for no reason. You understand? So if I feel unworthy it’s because of how I’ve been treated. The way to resolve an issue of unworthiness is to actually work through how I’ve been treated.

Female Participant:
So the answer is if I feel unworthy I shouldn’t sit in that unworthy feeling I should look at why I feel unworthy and …

Jesus: When you sit in the unworthy feeling you’re just having the treatment over and over again. You just reinforcing how you were treated. You understand? That’s all you are doing.

You’re just basically saying “How that person treated me, I deserved it” over and over again that’s what you doing.

You’d far better off getting angry about how you’ve been treated than doing that.

You follow?

Very important, you see. A lot of you are doing things like this; Living in a false belief, right? From an emotional perspective and remember we’re talking here about issues of love. So we’re talking about how can I connect to God when I am leaving in a false belief that it’s in direct disharmony with what God’s trying to teach me. So every time you sit and cry about how unworthy you feel, you’re living in a false belief which is in directly disharmony with God’s belief about you.

Somebody made you feel unworthy. What did they do to you to make you feel unworthy?

That’s the thing you need to process, they are the things you need to remember, they are the things you need to work your way through.

 

Source:

YT Video – Assistance Group Series: Education In Love Group: Developing My Will To Love Session: Analyse My Will To Love & Change With Jesus How I Feel About Change Q&A

 

Jesus also talks a lot about unworthiness in this document: https://www.divinetruth.com/www/en/pdf/ … estion.pdf

Here are two helpful ones:

The actual emotions of low self-worth have been created by people who are morally bad and unloving treating the child in a manner that attempts to gain power and control over the child using manipulative, coercive, and even violent means. Any person with low self-worth will NOT release causal emotion until they realize that they did NOT deserve the treatment that morally bad and unloving people engaged towards them. They must begin to accept emotionally that the treatment that they received at the hands of people who wanted power and control over them is the REAL reason why they now feel bad about themselves.

 

They must come to accept that the treatment they received was unwarranted, undeserved, and unnecessary, and was only caused by the “bad” moral and unloving spiritual condition of the people who wanted power and control over them (their parents or caregivers). When the person with poor self-worth begins to work through the truth of the situation, they then will be able to release the feelings and emotions relating to the fact that they did not deserve this treatment, and that God loves them even though other people in their childhood did not.
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Proper understanding of emotions Part 2

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Read Part One on this subject here if you haven’t already:

Proper understanding of emotions Part 1; Become 100% Emotional;

Jesus:

Okay what’s the right attitude then?

[01:13:06.09]

Mary:

We’ve already touched on lots of these.

[01:13:10.17]

Jesus:

We’ve touched on lots of them, we’ve compared already, so you should already have a bit of an idea of what the right attitude is for a lot of these things. Any ideas?

Participant Female:

Fully feel all of your emotions in the moment when they come up.

[01:13:28.21]

Jesus:

Yes, but what causes you to have the right attitude about that?  Continue reading

Proper understanding of emotions Part 1; Become 100% Emotional;

Jesus:

Remember we’re talking here about the proper understanding of emotion. We’re trying to understand an emotion, that’s our primary goal. So let’s try to get back to the topic because it’s really important that we have the proper understanding of emotion.

        Emotions pass through us and do not stay with us

[00:39:56.08]

Jesus:

Now what have we basically said is that the proper understanding of emotion is that emotions pass. So they are not important to hold on to, they’re important to feel and let them pass. There’s a big difference. When you feel they’re important to hold onto, now you’re investing them, and now you’ll do anything to protect them, and that’s not good. It’s not a good thing for you. You’re going to do a lot of very unloving things doing that. When you let them pass, they pass. You don’t have to act upon them even, if they’re negative. You don’t even have to act on them because you just feeling them. When I say act upon them, I mean if you feel anger, you’ll get out and punch something, but you won’t punch a person, or you won’t kill a live thing, or anything like that if you’re fully in harmony with love, while you’re feeling the emotion of anger. So you’d fully express the emotion, but you wouldn’t take further damaging actions about the emotion if it’s unloving. And that’s all about fully feeling the emotion; letting it pass through you. Let yourself feel it, really let yourself feel it. Don’t hold back with the feeling of it.  Continue reading

Judging emotions

 

[00:10:51.16] Participant Female: So is judgment, control?

Gavel 5[00:10:58.26] Jesus: Of course, but it’s a control that’s been enforced by your environment generally; so in other words, your judgment of emotion usually comes from somebody else teaching you to judge that emotion. The way you control your emotion a lot is by judgment: that’s how your parents controlled your emotions. They said, “Now that’s really bad, I’m giving you a belting for that.” “That’s really good, you can do that.” And the good thing might have been not so good from God’s perspective, and the bad thing might have been good from God’s perspective. But you now judge each one based on what your parent taught you.

[00:11:32.06] Mary: A lot of us have that, if I put everyone else’s feelings first, then I’m good. If I put myself first, now I judge myself. When actually when we honour our emotions, we have to honour ourselves first in order to feel them. It’s quite insidious …

[00:11:46.05] Jesus: Yeah eventually you will not be selfish with your emotions though.

[00:11:48.20] Mary: Yeah. It won’t be self before others.

[00:11:53.10] Jesus: But you need to honour your own emotions otherwise you won’t even feel when you’re selfish. Many of us do selfish things every day and we don’t even know

 

Source:

PDF -Seminar With Jesus & Mary Relationship With God Understanding Your Emotional Self S2

YT Video P1
YT Video P2

What is unloving will be destroyed… Eventually; Civilisations are already crazy, not a person who develops oneself to become emotional

Anything that is out of harmony with love will eventually be destroyed by God’s Laws

Jesus:
The way God’s Universe has been designed is that anything that you attempt to create that’s out of harmony with love, God’s Universe will attempt to destroy it. Isn’t that interesting? All the laws are set up for it to not survive, in other words. This way everything that’s created that’s unloving eventually dies. So you’ve got a business idea that’s unloving; if it’s unloving, God’s Laws are already set up against it. How is it going to survive in the long run? It’s not going to survive in the long run, and you’ll be push and push and push and push and pushing against all of God’s Laws, and go, “Why isn’t this working? Why isn’t this working?” Push, push, push, push, push, and then you get angry, and then push, push, push, push. And it’s still not working and eventually
we throw up our hands generally. Sometimes these things have lasted thousands of years, but they still die.  Continue reading

Layers Of Emotions To Feel

There are layers of emotions above causal emotions that we need to feel

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Layers to get to the core

Jesus:
Of course and also the problem with trying to do this, the problem with intellectually knowing something causes you to try to access an emotion that often is not present, or often has layers of other emotions on top of it that you first need to feel.

For example a lot of people have a lot of rage, which they don’t wish to acknowledge. They feel embarrassed about acknowledging it, or they feel that they shouldn’t have it or lots of other judgements about the anger that they have within them. So what they do is they tell themselves they don’t have any anger.  Continue reading

Emotions are not known until they are felt

Mary (reading person’s question):  I often know the emotion I must feel, but how do I feel it?

Emotions are not known until they are felt

Smart guy

Jesus: Firstly, this statement that you often intellectually know the underlying causal emotion is, to me, intellectual tomfoolery that we play with ourselves. Most of the time you don’t know, to be honest, and it’s only when you actually feel an emotion that you know what its cause is.

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