I mentioned in the previous blog that Radical Forgiveness is the ONLY antidote to victim consciousness. I say “the only antidote” because it is the one and only form of forgiveness that recognizes that, from a spiritual perspective, nothing wrong happened. Consequently, there are no victims or perpetrators. Conventional forgiveness simply does not go as far as that, so it more or less maintains the victim perspective.
Nevertheless, according to the “Soul’s Journey,” model I propose in my latest book, Expanding Into Love, A Handbook for Awakening to Who You Are, having a victim consciousness is, paradoxically, essential to our purpose for being here. Let me explain.
You probably heard me say before that I make an assumption that we came here to learn the nature of Oneness (Love) and to that end we agreed to experience the opposite of it — separation. But we had to agree to remain oblivious to this agreement for around the first half of our life, otherwise we wouldn’t play the required game of being a victim many times over.
When we have reached the amount of Karmic units we signed up for (a KU is a unit of the pain of separation), we then go through an awakening. At that point we begin to remember who we are and what life really is all about. And that’s when we have to begin letting go of victim consciousness. That means going back along the timeline of our lives and doing the forgiveness work on all those people about whom we have harbored a grievance.
This would be almost impossible were it not for Radical Forgiveness. But even with it, there is a short cut that will save you a lot of time and effort. Here’s how:
If you analyze the underlying dynamic of your accumulated grievances, you will inevitably find that nearly all have their origins in wounds experienced in childhood.
Such wounds run the gamut from severe physical or sexual abuse to offhand remarks that were hurtful, broken promises, or something that made you feel unloved, abandoned or unappreciated. Such wounds get played out in later life as a repeating pattern, but they originated in childhood.
The short cut is to use Breaking Free: A 21-day Online Program for Forgiving Your Parents. This invaluable program will not only have you forgive them for “not being perfect,” it will take care of all the other grievances as well… all in one go. This is because it is the same energy pattern holding them all together, so by forgiving your parents, you collapse that entire energy field.
Doing this online program is the quickest and easiest way to free yourself of the energy associated with victim consciousness. Even if you have awakened (which you must have done, otherwise you would not be reading this), and understand that it was all perfect, those old energy patterns will remain stuck in the cellular structure of your body until they get ‘deleted.’ Only then can you replace them with the new story that it was all part of the divine plan: Not only did you actually chose your parents, you made agreements with them prior to coming in that they would give you the possibility to experience the pain of separation in many different ways. They did a great job of that, didn’t they?
So, in order to clear out your entire emotional closet from now right back to birth, click here to register for Breaking Free: A 21-day Online Program for Forgiving Your Parents, and break free.