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The Problem With Looking For A Problem

In victim consciousness there are three roles we play that all come from a perspective of blame (a primary characteristic of v.c.). One of the roles is the Rescuer. World Rescuers constantly look for problems that need to be fixed – without realizing the ”problem” they create (for themselves especially) when they give so much focus to problems. (what we focus innhets bigger) We could

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The Three Gifts of Victim Consciousness

Each of the three roles on the victim triangle teach a particular lesson that, once learned, becomes the gift of that role on the Observer Triangle. The victim, for instance, teaches surrender and humility through powerlessness. Learning when we are truly powerless is part of what it is to come alignment with Reality. The Victim transformed becomes the Observer who knows how to surrender their

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Rescuing “Professional” Victims Makes Matters Worse!

    Rescuing those who play victim as their primary mode of survival not only promotes a victim lifestyle, but may in fact be a major contributor to it.I am NOT saying we should not help others.However, to truly help someone there must be reciprocity.Humans need to feel useful and capable in order todevelop the self-esteem needed to do well in life.“Professional” victims see themselves

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Trinity or Triangle? The Faces of The Divine Trinity and Its Shadow

In the Bible we are told that God made man in his own image (Gen 1:27). Christianity, as well as many other ancient teachings are founded on the revelation of God as being a holy trinity, “three-in-one”: “For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word (Son), and the Holy Spirit: and these three are one.” (1 John 5:7) Since we are all

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Lessons in Reality For Kids …

Often when our key team players and family members come together, we bring our youngsters (children and grandchildren). It’s great fun for all, even those inevitable times when there’s some kind of fall-out between kids, for then it becomes a learning opportunity for all. During such fall-out, we use the real life situation to teach the children (and ourselves) more about applying the guiding principles to

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