From Victim-Victimizer To Psychologically Healthy To Spiritually Awake
On this “journey of life,” there are tasks along the way. Check yourself. First, do you react to life as a victim or victimizer? As victims we see others as trying to fix, hurt, or control us. As victimizers, we seek to fix, hurt, or control others.
Sometimes we get stuck as we swing between the two.
Next task? Your challenge it to become psychologically healthy. You have learned to stay out of the victim-victimizer swing. You no longer try to inappropriately avoid problems or to control them by blaming and criticizing others. Now, are you willing to take full responsibility for what you think, feel, and do? Are you willing to look for the truth—see the big picture with compassion--as a way to resolve problems? Do you believe that honesty and kindness are necessary for win-win problem-solving?
If yes, now you can you focus on changing the one person you can change, yourself!
On your journey, you have left the victim-victimizer swing behind. You have become increasingly psychologically healthy and empowered. You have made it this far, you're doing great! Here's a final step. Are you ready to recognize that you are more than a body, emotions, thoughts, and desires. Are you ready and willing to awaken spiritually and find God, the "Divine," or your Higher Power--a power greater than yourself?
On this last part of your journey, there is great promise. Regardless of your ups and downs, losses and gains, you can increasingly live in the light and become the person you were meant to be. Perhaps my book, Become the Person You Were Meant to Be, could help you on your journey. Click here to see inside the book.