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Release fear

Release fear:

Admit to yourself that you get weak and fearful sometimes, so reminisce or write down all the past events that bring fearful experiences or made you afraid of something terrible that might happen in the future: for instance, the time when you were afraid of parents getting divorced, or your witnessed parents quarreling or physically fighting, a period or time when you were afraid of being looked down on because of poor school work or a job performance done not well enough.

Were you ever betrayed by a love one, or made a loved one disappointed? Were you ever worried of having no money, or getting laid off, of having had a fight with someone? Keep this journal going until you are feeling strong weakness and helplessness, even shaking with fear.

—Reborn At the End of the Road, P.97

Release anger, rage

Release anger, rage:

Reminisce or write down all events since childhood that made you angry: for example, remember a time when you might have been laughed at for an ugly figure, for a poor family background, or ridiculed for not doing well at school. Were you ever judged as being weird, looked down on by family or friends, blamed or misunderstood, betrayed or sold out by trusted people? Have you ever felt anger at yourself for not achieving a life goal, anger at unfairness and injustice apparent in government, society and the surrounding environment, anger at yourself for not making enough money?
Keep this journal going until anger, even rage rise up from within, then hold your fist together tightly and scream out loud.

—Reborn At the End of the Road, P.96

Release your sadness

Reminisce or write down all events since early childhood that make you sad: for instance, when parents separated or divorced, or the time when you did not do so well at school and when you felt yourself put down by others. Think of the time when you might have felt rejected the first time you fell in love, or when your important career or business did not go well, or when you experienced deep frustration in marriage, or with a good friend or felt grief when family members died.

Keep this journal going until strong sadness rises up, tears come or you start to howl.

—Reborn At the End of the Road, P.96

The turning point is from the changes within your heart

The turning point is not achieved by the changs in external factors; it is always coming from the changes within your heart.

—Reborn At the End of the Road, P.135

Accept, approve of and love yourself

A person does not have to accomplish something well, reach perfection, or meet general criteria in order to approve of and love himself. He just has to accept, approve of and love himself from the bottom of his heart. On this basis, he develops his ability to express himself through approval of self-worth, not with feeling of emptiness inside or with constantly trying to prove himself.

—Reborn At the End of the Road, P.110

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