Thursday, June 21, 2018

Overcoming the Victim Mythology

We are not victims. We can only become victims by conditioning our minds to accept ourselves as such. We are all born in consciousness whole, perfect, and complete.

There's an exciting book of Enlightenism Insights that describes a way to overcome victimization and its ancillary pain. The book's formula for overcoming victimization is written in plain and simple prose: You must free yourself from your toxic-victim self.

The origins of victimization began with our birth into an already established world. We are taught by our parents and society to trust their beliefs and values, which will result in our having successful lives.

Regardless of their intentions and desires for us to achieve success, we embodied the pain from their own victimization. Their visions for success was distorted by the beliefs and values used to accept what others taught them. This means victimization is generational.

Nevertheless, if we want to change, then it's incumbent on us to unlearn this information and create a new awareness-of-being. The desire for change must be stronger than our willingness to trust others.

Similarly, our desires for change must be clarified ones: Ones free of victimization and powerlessness. Our desires for change must have their origins in our awareness-of-being whole, perfect, and complete.

This is the awareness-of-being where we understand that we are the creators of our minds. We create ourselves from beliefs and values that we use to define ourselves and others.

When we can accept ourselves as the creators of our victimization, then we can accept complete responsibility for our current awareness-of-being. This is the level of clarity we need to begin our work to overcome the victim mythology others taught us.

     "The desire to change your life is the first freedom in the Enlightenism formula. It is this desire that motivates you to begin your work to discover Enlightenism by creating your first visualization. The goal of your visualization is to free yourself from the pain you're unwilling to tolerate.

     "To achieve this freedom, you must listen to, and trust the silent intuitive ideas within you. When you do this, you can create a boundless flow of new ones and unleash the limitless power of Enlightenism within you. These new ideas contain within them the cleansing power to free your mind from the clutches of toxicity."
                                                          "Enlightenism" by Malcolm Kelly

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