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Judgment, Projection, & Blame are Vital Tools for Enhancing Consciousness

All humans do both; we blame, judge, and project our judgments out. It’s just what people do. And because it’s what people do, I am prompted to seek the function or role of these, often seen as negative, acts for how it is they may actually serve FOR us; I’ve come to see that both judgment and projection play vital roles in the consciousness process

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Victim or Victor?

It’s quite natural for us to assume that the opposite of victim is victor. In reality, however, the role of victor is just another stop on the victim triangle on its way to victim. The “victor” may stand with a conquering foot planted firmly on their victim, loudly proclaiming victory; however they are still at war;they must be ever-vigilant against defeat. Like their victim, they

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Using the Aikido of Consciousness to Side-Step Blame

photo credit: Eddi van W. The observer self is that neutral inner space that allows us to recognize that people tend to automatically react from their own unconscious patterns of belief, rather than because of us. This knowledge makes it possible for us to stop making their reactivity about us. This means we can stop taking the doings and sayings (and all the reactions) of

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Defining Victimhood

photo credit: andybullock77 The term “victimhood” as I use it, refers to a painful mental state of consciousness that originates from limiting beliefs we hold that cause unhappiness. Being a victim by this definition has little to do with our outside circumstances. It is a state of consciousness that is based on our perception of those circumstances. Victims, by this definition, perceive themselves as unfortunate,

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Judgment to Projection back to Self-recrimination

Yes, we are learning to follow our external judgmental projections in to where that, which we’ve judged negatively in others, lives in us. When we judge someone as controlling, the principle teaches that we are seeing our own controlling nature “out there”. But, it’s not about turning the judgment ON ourselves. That doesn’t heal anything! To catch myself hating something about someone else and then

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