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Guilt vs. Remorse
    Guilt vs. Remorse
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      Guilt vs. Remorse

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    by Kenneth Wapnick, Ph.D.

    This program is also included in the larger set "'Cast No One Out.'"

    Contrasts guilt and remorse, two different ways of responding to the ego. Guilt establishes that sin is real, judges it, and expects punishment for our sin, with a future like the past. Time and the individual self are made real, along with their source, the thought of separation. Remorse sees the decision for the ego as simply a mistake to be corrected. Remorse over having hurt others and ourselves undoes the sin-laden past, releasing it to correction. Relationships are now about them, not us and our special needs. Remorse is the means of forgiving ourselves and returning home.

    Two CDs

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