“To experience fear, judgment and doubt, you have played the role of the victim. To be the victim is to see everything outside of yourself, giving you a reason to blame others and blame circumstances beyond your control for your failures and misfortunes. To be the victim is to give away your power to others – to believe that others are responsible for your health, your livelihood, your food, your security. To be the victim is to strip away every part of your conscious awareness of your divine being. To be a master is to reverse this process and realize that everything that you seek is within.”
Rich Work, in “God, This is a Good Book!”
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Bonus PONDER on THIS by Theresa Crabtree in MAYAN MESSAGES: DAILY GUIDE TO SELF-EMPOWERMENT
“It is wise to review your behaviors daily. As objectively as possible, evaluate your reactions to various situations: the words you speak, the thoughts you think, your behaviors, etc. You may discover some situations which you would have liked to have handled more gracefully. It is good to role-play in your mind a new way to act if and when a similar situation occurs. Practice this often until it becomes second nature to you.””
Reverend Theresa Crabtree in “Mayan Messages: Daily Guide to Self-Empowerment”
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