Like gasoline, dynamite
or any other source of energy, when not harnessed and directed, fear can
be destructive. When we stop being victimized by our fear, understand
its energy and focus it to the accomplishment of our goals, it becomes
our friend, helping us become more courageous, clearer and more confident.
Life on the outside of The Triangle is an exciting experience of constant
rewards, which is how it was designed to be.
Rest: (Be Still and Know Who You Are!)
Change: (Dare to Grow!)
Win: (Choose Joy!)
At Rest we may decide the path of discovery is too threatening. So we slip inside into Avoidance, which soon becomes Boredom which includes I am hiding from truth, feeling numb, am being bored and am boring.
At Change, we may feel overwhelmed by fear and choose not to take a risk. Fear turns to Anxiety. From there we soon move into Paralysis, which includes, tiredness, loneliness, helplessness, and a refusal to face reality.
At Win, we may feel that we dont deserve Self-Love and so fall into Unworthiness which soon leads to Guilt and Shame, which includes such feelings as, I failed again, I am not enough, I cant do anything right and Im blaming others.
An interesting fact
is that inside The Triangle we no longer need to make choices;
they are all made automatically for us until we decide to break out. As
if pulled by gravity, we descend a path of Avoidance, Boredom, Unworthiness
, Guilt and Shame, Anxiety, Paralysis and then into an even deeper
Avoidance. Until we decide to break out, this cycle pulls us deeper
and deeper into its darkness, destroying our willpower and allowing us
to become victims, addicts and criminals; roles most of us have played
at one time or another. Until we decide to change, to get a vision, take
risks and begin moving up toward the Light, our lives will continue this
descent, and we will grow steadily smaller and smaller.
Mastery of Trasks
Triangle is taught in-depth in Living Free Seminars
I and II and has become a favorite training and self-coaching
tool for athletes, performers, spiritual masters, business and government
leaders around the world. In order to help people create fuller, more
effective lives, and break the mental habit of becoming victims, The
Triangle is often laid either into or upon a floor or garden walk.
There, people may walk around the outside path while repeating each step
aloud until the outside of The Triangle becomes the natural path
of their everyday lives.
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