A resentful thought is a negative emotion, such as anger or disappointment, that is caused by the feeling of being wronged. It can be hard to let go of these feelings and find peace. Fortunately, Buddha offers advice on how to do just that. By shifting our focus away from resentment and towards appreciation for what we have in life, we can free ourselves from these negative thoughts and open up more space for inner peace. Practicing gratitude exercises, meditation, and self-reflection can all help us achieve this sense of contentment. Additionally, it may be helpful to practice forgiveness – not only of others who have wronged us but also ourselves – so that we can move forward with a clean slate. With time and effort, we can learn to move away from resentful thoughts and embrace a life of peace and joy.
By following these tips, we can work towards finding our own inner peace – free of resentful thoughts. After all, as Buddha said, those who are free of resentful thoughts surely find peace.