Escape from Victim, Villain, Savior, and the Duality Drama

We have the survival mechanism of “fight, flight, freeze, and tend & befriend”, because we’ve been conditioned to ask a very narrow set of questions, and seek for their narrow set of answers. This narrow line of questioning keeps us from experiencing the infinite potential available through the power of questions and answers. At the core of our dilemma are limiting questions, such as “how can I feel safe from villains?”, “how can I feel […]
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Looking Outside to Fix the Inside

“If people start owning their own shame, then they stop taking it out on others. So much anger and aggression stems from this. It is looking outside to “fix” an inside “problem”, and that is impossible. To change this world and stop attacking one another, they must their your own feelings inside about themselves. Becoming fully aware of them, honoring them, and accepting them, then they can let them go, and the world changes.” ~Bonnie […]
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Why Are Things the Way they Are?

Asking more “how” questions and providing more “how” answers is just shifting the problem “from here to there”. The real solution lies in people who are able to start asking a series of “why” questions about “why we are the way we are”, and not being satisfied with the first few levels of “why” answers. Shallow “why” answers to promote more dissatisfying “how” answers is more of the same. Each person must start asking the […]
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