Being mindful about who you are and what you are doing isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Evaluating yourself is necessary and can lead to positive change. But what about the dark side of introspection? Do you ever feel weighed down and exhausted by your own self analysis? Perhaps you made a mistake, said a careless word, or even messed up big time. Now you can’t get it out of your mind. You keep revisiting what happened. Your mind circles around the event, fruitlessly trying to somehow make the outcome different–so that you don’t feel embarrassment, shame, and regret.
Jared Mellinger, a pastor and self–confessed struggler with introspection, holds out the hope of the gospel for those who, like him, overdose on introspection. Only truly understanding the gospel can rescue us from false guilt, fruitless self–examination, and self–accusation. The only long–term solution to thinking too much about ourselves is when our attention is drawn away from ourselves and Jesus fills our mind’s eye
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