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Thursday, October 17, 2013

To feel Life, stop feeling like a victim

The more you dwell on what you don’t have, the more you will wallow in the cesspool of scarcity. And feel like a victim.

Break free. The easiest way to think is that there is a conspiracy against us. Because it comes easy, this theory of victimization, we prefer being a victim, chained to imaginary circumstances, beliefs, even superstitions and, over a period of time, enjoy the suffering.

Our choosing to remain victims is subconscious. While we bemoan our fate and lament our circumstance, in a way, we are also loving it. To arrest this self-proclaimed victimization theory, we must step up to the window, throw it open, and feel Life. Just as the fresh gust of wind from an open window will caress us, so will Life. Life is waiting for you to come seeking. But victims are not welcome. Life wants heroes__battle weary alright, but not grumpy, cribbing sort of folks.

Stopping to be a victim means stopping to blame someone else and taking charge of YOUR Life with an INNER and ABSOLUTE sense of responsibility.

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