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Title: Day 21_See the Light
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Goal: this task will accomplish the achievement of the goal to stop lashing out or shutting down (Blind Spots).
Next Step - JP published this Cognitive Task at under Societal | Foster Care and Education | Interpersonal and Social Skills
Doers: 6 | Form: Cognitive Task | Phase: | Type: Primary | Level: 1 | Code:
Start: Dec 15, 2019 | When: | Duration: 10 Minute(s)
  • Another source of drama is distress that doesn't seem to have an end.

    If you're experiencing negativity from someone close to you, then it's okay to take a “vacation” (as much time as needed) from people or situations causing you to feel hurt and humiliated.

    If you're the one creating the drama, then give others a vacation from you.

    Remember that you have the power to distance yourself from drama. It is a perfectly acceptable way to use your power.

    How willing are you to give yourself and others time apart to cool down?
  • As you graduate from this isoCourse, here are some of the topics we covered that you may want to keep in mind:

    *knowing the high price that you and others pay for rage and for passivity
    *understanding your inherent value
    *blessing others with a higher form of justice so that no one else has to experience what you have
    *releasing the hold on you caused by the person or situation responsible for the injustice
    *forgiving yourself if necessary
    *allowing yourself to drop the need to feel guilty, enraged or ashamed
    *knowing the value of moving on with a sense of power and freedom
    *asking others to forgive you when you mess up
    *being confident in who you are and what you have to offer so that you'll be an equal player in any relationship

    How confident do you feel that you're headed in a good direction?
  • We offer sincere congratulations for hanging in there and completing the Blind Spots, Baggage & Behavior isoCourse.

    May you continue on through life with sound reasoning, a wisdom that surpasses your age and confidence that guides you past conflict and into a feeling of being loved for who you are and what you bring to others.

    May you have peace with yourself and your past. We add that we hope you have a future that eclipses anything from your past.

    May you have a strong sense of knowing that you can reclaim your inherent value and your sense of well being as you walk away from your past and toward the future that is yours by rights.

    May you enjoy a new beginning and the overwhelming sense of freedom, inner strength and joy that go with fresh starts.

    May you be a blessing to yourself and others as a way of life.

    May you experience a sense of stability, happiness, love and people who bring out each of these gifts in you.
  • On a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate your ability to forgive and move on with (1) being "Not ready" and (10) being "Moving on".
  • To gain momentum about the concepts in this isoCourse, we've developed a "Blind Spots" Checklist for you.

    Go to the 'unscheduled' tab and click on it. Schedule as often as you like. We recommend once a week. It takes about 5 minutes to review, but the rewards are limitless.

    Will you?
  • When you're ready, advance to the next part of your journey by going to the 'unscheduled' tab and selecting the isoCourse, "Justice."

    Select Instant Do, or schedule the day you'd like to start the isoCourse. It's 21 days long with no breaks for weekends or holidays.

    Are you in?
  • Do you think someone else could benefit from this course?

    If so, please feel welcome to share the link by going to the 'Course' tab above and then select the 'Share' tab.

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