THE VICTIMIZATION PRINCIPLE by Cathy D. Slaght
This is important.
If you wanted to destroy a person, or group of people, you would convince them they were victims.
First- the thoughts we hold are replicated in our body, so there would be an increase in physical illness.
But- beyond that- when playing the victim role, you cannot access the possibilities of who you really can be.
That's why you must decide not to let anybody or anything bring you into victimization mentality. This pertains to ANY form of trauma you may have experienced. (We’ve probably all had our share, some, unfortunately more than others.)
Just one small example- please bear with me- our present mayor has declared St. Petersburg, which is where I live, a Sanctuary City. I’m against this. It isn’t about “hating” illegal immigrants. It’s based on research regarding crime statistics. Also, I want to see more done for the legal immigrants with our tax dollars- this is the group most damaged by the financial support we’re giving illegals.
Elections are coming up. I’ll share my opinion, put up a sign for the opposing candidate, and of course vote.
But regardless of how it turns out-
I decide my fate.
NO ELECTION turns me into a victim.
(I know that complaining, whining about ANYTHING is the kiss of death when it comes to creating prosperity consciousness/financial freedom.)
It will be a work in progress, because we all seem to have internalized/unconscious victimhood. Who knows where it all comes from.
We’re working with the SRC to clear this.
But there’s something else -
Start doing one good deed a day. Write down what you did, how you felt, and how you think the other person felt.
Seriously, it’s a powerful healing. People even labeled “hopeless” as far as degree of trauma and victimhood have recovered by just doing this one thing.
The world is waiting.
Today’s scan- etheric, not physical
S-he-motion- “I exercise because it makes me feel good”
E-exercise- running- 8 hours!
(guess we must need some exercise today!)
Cathy D. Slaght
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