Time to Talk #MyPart Game
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Time to Talk is used to provide neutral scenarios, so that we can explore why a person would feel like a victim, how they co-created the scenario, and what life would look like when worthiness is boosted and ownership is claimed. By practising on neutral scenarios where our emotions are not involved, we can better apply the thought process to our own real life scenario and reclaim our own worthiness.
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PURPOSE – To provide neutral scenarios, so that we can explore why a person would feel like a victim, how they co-created the scenario, and what life would look like when worthiness is boosted and ownership is claimed. By practising on neutral scenarios where our emotions are not involved, we can better apply the thought process to our own real life scenario and reclaim our own worthiness.
We are born worthy.
A little tiny sperm found a little tiny egg and made you. This makes you a miracle and inherently worthy.
The world gets a hold of us and makes us feel that we are not good enough.
Sometimes encouragement makes us feel “less than”.
Sometimes things are said in frustration, for example, “Why can’t you just go away and
leave me in peace.”
Sometimes people are just mean and say hurtful things like, “You suck”.
What happens is we start feeling and acting like a victim. The more we do this, the more "victim" becomes who we are. We forget we have worth.
We play a part in everything we do - #MyPart. Life does not happen TO us it happens as a RESULT of us. Nothing happens in isolation. When we acknowledge #MyPart we also “see” that part of us that contributed to our situation. When we “see” that part we become more whole.
We start to accept all of our parts and in doing so we reconnect with the miracle we started out as. We reclaim our worthiness.
The more we see our worth the less vulnerable we are to the actions of others.
This game is designed to help us look at other people’s situations. To assess whom they are, how they feel like a victim and how it impacts their life, what part they played in the situation. Then we “see” how their life and choices improves with that awareness.
WE ARE NOT PRACTICING SHAME AND BLAME, NOR ARE WE APPROVING OF POOR BEHAVIOUR.
We “practice” with other people’s scenarios because it’s easier to avoid shaming. This way when we start practicing this in our own lives, we can be kinder to ourselves and avoid shaming.
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