The Biggest Victim...(Part II)
You are Powerful!
Do you realize how powerful you are? Through the process of mind, you have the ability to change your situation, change your community, and change the world. Why do you think we forget this? As we move along in the human experience, we forget how powerful we are. We have an experience and we are deduced by it and find ourselves in the woe-is-me-thinking. When you think about it all experiences are benign. They are benign until we put our little blessing on it. The blessing or not is our thinking.
Do you know that people don’t have power over you? Most of us give our power away. One of the ways we give our power away is by being a victim. The only power others have over you is the power you hand over to them on a plate. You serve it right up. Here, take my power because I am a victim. We all have taken it on at some point in our lives; being in the role of the victim. Doesn’t matter how you got there. It matters if you stay there and if it blocks your divine unfolding. By taking part in the victim game means you’ve placed yourself at their mercy of others. You are allowing others to take control of your life...how you feel or not...It’s like a game. The only thing is you are playing the game of being a victim.
Think of it this way, if you’re not playing the leading role in this game of your life, then you’re probably playing a bit part in the game of someone else’s life. The game is not complicated. It is very simple. You must realize that the game is actually controlled by your own thinking and your own state of being, also it means being a victim of your own thought process. Thus, not only are you a victim of others, but you’re also a victim of your own mind. Stinkin’ Thinkin'!
Sure you are. Not knowing that your own thoughts dictate and create the essence of your reality means you’re a victim of your own out of control thought process. However, you being unaware of how reality is actually created doesn’t change the fact of how reality is actually created! Now ask yourself: How do I feel about letting others dictate my reality for me? Does anything come up? Do you see someone’s face? With a slight change in the way you think. You can render other people powerless, just simply by changing your thinking, that is all the power you need. It's not about who you are that holds you back; it's who you think you're not. As much as society tries to push their values and ideals onto you, it is ultimately up to you how you live your life.
Tynya R. Beverly is a Motivational Speaker, Spiritual Practitioner, and Ministerial Intern at the Center For Spiritual Awareness located in West Sacramento, California. To book Tynya to speak, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.