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What does it mean to be conscious?

Consciousness is simply the ability to see our selves clearly. Sometimes what we see clearly, is not what we want to see, and we get to choose whether to slip back into the darkness of the reactive mind (and deny it as if it doesn’t exist – which, btw, does not get rid of it), or to grow forward, by learning from the mind-made density

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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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Defining Victim Consciousness vs Observer Consciousness

Victim consciousness is not something we suddenly acquire – it is a habituated perception of the world that we grow up with and never think to question. Everyone we know is steeped in it and we take it on during childhood as a normal way of seeing the world. What that means is that everyone we know are all most likely reacting from one of

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Introducing The Observer Triangle and The Reality Diamond

We cannot get rid of the victim triangle: it is where we automatically go whenever we blame. The three roles or positions we move through in victim consciousness pretty much covers our present mental range of expression. And all three blame. These roles represent the ‘natural’ consciousness on our planet; as humans, it appears we have not yet even moved beyond the automatic need to

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What If We Are Addicts Of Our Own Body’s Chemistry? Now What?

It’s true – we are actually addicted to our own internal chemicals! It’s our neocortex, the front brain, where our thoughts are thought. From there they send electrical impulses to the Limbic or mid-brain, where they are translated into feelings that motivate our behavior and reactions. In other words our feelings and reactions come from the thoughts we attach to (believe). Just like the Reality Formula, based

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