Imagine you were riding your bicycle down the street.
A pretty busy street.
And some idiot was checking their facebook and crashed into you.
They ran over both your legs.
They didn’t stop.
Both your legs had compound fractures.
Bones sticking out.
Your first response was to curse the evil facebook checker for ruining an otherwise happy bicycle ride.
Somebody pulls over, skidding to a stop.
The rush over to check and are horrified to see the bones sticking out of your legs.
They immediately pull out there phone to call 9-11.
NO! You shout.
Crawling over bones dragging across the pavement, slapping the phone out of their hands.
They broke my bones!
I CANNOT move on until they come back and admit what they’ve done!
The would be 9-11 caller looks at you like a lunatic.
Badge Of Honor
I shall wait here, bones sticking out of my legs, until they realize the error of their ways!
The good Samaritan starts…
You wave them off, and began to bask in your super hero victimness.
How about this.
You’re walking down the street, phone in your pocket.
You’re looking where you going, not like those imbeciles who stare at their phones.
Meanwhile a few floors up and a few steps down, inside a apartment there are two cats fighting.
One of them knocks over a flower pot.
It falls out the window landing on your shoulder.
You shoulder is dislocated, your arm hanging at a grotesque angle.
Somebody brave enough to remain conscious pulls out there phone.
Whoever is responsible for putting that flower pot where it MIGHT harm somebody MUST come down and BEG for forgiveness!
People regain conscious and go on their way.
You stand there, arm hanging grotesquely down, glaring up at the window, waiting for the begging of forgiveness you deserve.
Both of these are silly examples.
But structurally, they are very common.
People hurt us, and we carry a grudge like a badge of honor.
We waste our entire lives WAITING around for them to come and “fix us.”
This is silly.
Because we can fix ourselves.
Stop Drinking Poison
They that holding a grudge is like drinking poison and hoping it kills the other person.
But nobody really says how, specifically, we are supposed to simply LET GO of that grudge.
After all, holding a grudge FEELS really good.
It feels FANTASTIC to be able to blame somebody else for our problems.
But do you know what feels even BETTER?
Not HAVING those problems.
Mind Persuasion has plenty of books and courses to teach you how to speak hypnotically and persuasively.