Very commonly when I am working with clients, and they have had some time of resistance, where they put their focus on what they didn't want, instead of on what they did want, they often say that they fear they've messed everything up. They fear everything going wrong, or like they've ruined all their progress thus far.
And yet, nothing could be further from the truth.
Many different teachers, and I agree, say that there are no mistakes. Byron Katie says this in exactly these words: there are no mistakes. There are no shoulds, and no shouldn'ts.
Abraham says something very similar. They say, you can never get it wrong, and you never get it done.
And yet so often it feels like we *do* get it wrong. So how is it that there are no mistakes? How is it we can never get it wrong?… Read More »