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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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The Body Reflects Our Beliefs

The mind rules the body. Through my work, I have come to see just how true those words are. What we believe determines not only our health, but the physical stance and posture we assume, and that physicality becomes the way we communicate to others about who we are and what we believe. Our body is a transmitter of the energy we create through the

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Fighting Reality Generates more of What We’re Fighting Against!

photo credit: popculturegeek.com Let me start by saying that, personally, I do not tend to take on causes of any sort – simply because I’ve noticed that to take on a cause generally means I must identify one side as the victim, and the other side then must automatically become the “bad guy,” or persecutor. To me this misses the point. The point becomes who

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When We React Like A Victim …

photo credit: Looking Glass Here are some steps to take the next time you find yourself feeling or reacting like a victim: 1. Notice your thoughts! Suspect them as being the source of your problem first, rather than generating more misery for yourself by blaming the other person or situation. 2.Contain your negative reaction and investigate what you are telling yourself instead. 3. Look at

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Toddler Tyrants of Victim Consciousness

photo credit: wsilver I had an image come to mind that I think aptly describes what victim consciousness sometimes looks like. My image is this: An adult-sized baby is throwing a toddler style temper tantrum; they wear a diaper and there’s a crown on their head; they are hollering, “I don’t like that! I don’t want it! You don’t treat me right. No fair! I’m

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