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73: Why I Hated God and What I’m Doing About It

You need to follow a path of growth, creativity, and spirituality (not religion, spirituality).

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It’s amazing how one negative moment as a child can ruin an entire piece of the world for you. We all have pains and traumas as children, but we can’t let those childhood stories ruin things for you.

For example, as a child Ilan was wronged by a Rabbi. The Rabbi took something special of his, sold it, and replaced it with something of less value.

In the end this action by a supposed representative of God ruined religion for him. From that moment on, as a 12-year-old, Ilan swore against organized religions.

Recently Ilan has learned to let go of this pain. He realized that this childhood story is just that, a childhood story. He’s now learned to move on and try to let God back into his life.

On this episode of Have It All, Ilan shares his childhood story. He shares his recent experience with family members, and how with their help, he’s learned to overcome this childhood pain and allow for his mind to open back up.

Download this episode today to learn how you too can open your mind back up, and let go of the childhood stories that are keeping you from experience life in every way possible.

Where did you cut yourself off from a source as a child?

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The Cliff Notes:

  • You need to pursue a path of growth.
  • Also pursue a path of creativity.
  • Spirituality (not religion) is the third path you need to pursue.
  • One negative instance in your childhood can ruin a huge portion of life for the rest of your future.
  • Don’t be afraid to give up your childhood perceptions.
  • Be willing to say yes and give up your childhood pain and stories.
  • Find forgiveness for anyone who wronged you.
  • God has one mode, unconditional love.

If we have the ability to look at where our pain comes from and give those up, we can be a much better human race.

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