The Three Faces of Victim — An Overview of the Drama Triangle

The Drama Triangle

By Lynne For­rest Whether we know it, or not, most of us react to life as vic­tims. When­ever we refuse to take respon­si­bil­ity for our­selves, we are uncon­sciously choos­ing to react as vic­tim. This inevitably cre­ates feel­ings of anger, fear, guilt or inad­e­quacy and leaves us feel­ing betrayed, or taken advan­tage of by oth­ers. Victim-hood […]

Fighting Addiction … does it really work?

Resist­ing our addic­tions does not help us elim­i­nate them. Let’s use the exam­ple of smok­ing. When we think of our­selves as addicted to smok­ing, who do we become? Remem­ber when we believe it, we auto­mat­i­cally feel and act is if it’s true … So it fol­lows course then, that if we believe we’re an addict, […]

Going Down Into Our Innermost Darkness … For Consciousness Sake

I went down into the dark­ness for two whole days recently. It was a VERY dark time emo­tion­ally … I felt angry and hope­lessly exhausted with no end in sight. I had spi­raled into old famil­iar ter­ri­tory, into the “I’m never going to real­ize the rewards of my hard efforts” story that has been with […]

Using the Guiding Principles During the “Hard Times”

The news con­cern­ing my health was not what I wanted to hear. The lab report that brought the news was part of a screen­ing for a clin­i­cal study I was apply­ing for to test a new drug pro­to­col for Hepati­tis C, a con­di­tion I was diag­nosed with in 2001. The news was dis­ap­point­ing for two […]

Did you Know that We can physically UNWIND OUR UNHAPPY BELIEFS?

We all carry our lim­it­ing beliefs in the body. The Real­ity For­mula says that when we believe our painful thoughts, we feel and act them into Real­ity. The body is the pri­mary trans­mit­ter for com­mu­ni­cat­ing our painful core beliefs to oth­ers. Through our pos­ture and habit­ual phys­i­cal pat­terns, we com­mu­ni­cate the lim­it­ing energy from core […]

To Serve As Witnesses for One Another … Love In Action

My old­est, best friend, Bob­bie Gene died yes­ter­day morn­ing. His worn out liver finally gave up. Even though I was not there when he passed away, I knew he was gone before I got the call telling me so. We were just sorta like that with one another. There are all kinds of relationships … […]