Regret or reveal?

Have you ever wished you could replay a scene in your life that went badly—perhaps relive an experience and this time get it “right”? I know I have felt this way on occasion. Simply wishing, however, to replay a past experience, doesn’t necessarily lead to its being fixed, and can sometimes lead us down a path of prolonged regret.

This feeling of disappointment over something that has happened or been done can keep us mired in the very thought pattern that created the experience in the first place. How do we look beyond regret to reveal a change in thought that can result in healing? I had a small experience recently that gave me some spiritual insight in how to live beyond regret.

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