Posted by: John G. But, when I put my hand out—feeling entitled, deserving, and play the victim—there are clear consequences:. I become lazy. I get angry. I fail to contribute. I stop learning.
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The images have no beginning and no end. I see lingerie in miniature sizes. My earliest memories are of being forced to pose for child pornography, of being sexually abused. I grew up near a major interstate highway.
In this reality game there are rules, which, if understood and followed will bring the best desired results to us in the fastest and most harmonious way. However, in our current paradigm those old rules no longer serve us, and hence these inspired self help worksheets introduce the new rules for playing the game of life! Each of us lives in our own discrete world and we all share the idea of a collective world on certain levels.
We all know people who "victims" are -- people who view their lives through the filter: "It's not my fault. They [or it] did it to me. The primary source of feeling like a victim is the feeling of powerlessness, and because we don't like feeling that we are powerless, we tend to blame someone or something for causing that feeling.