Do you keep your word to yourself? Or, do you give in to the fear of survival and need for security? In her new class, “The Victim: Cultivating Compassion,” Stacey Couch does an exquisite job of launching you out of the suffering of the victim archetype and into the holy territory of compassion. This is not an easy topic to teach. The victim archetype is everywhere, and it is incredibly hard to separate assumptions about human nature from archetypal patterns. Stacey does this masterfully.
Blame, deserve, hate, self-pity, and resentment are words to remove from your vocabulary. To do this, you have to know what words and practices to replace them with. You need to understand where the shadow victim in you clings to old injuries and justifies hurting others. Compassion and forgiveness are the vocabulary of the soul. There is a difference between talking about kindness and engaging in the practice of being truly kind. Stacey skillfully challenges the victim’s shadow reasoning and calls out the mystical reasoning of your compassionate heart so you can step into the power of your soul.
Gaining power is definitely about being courageous, but not in the way you might think. Self-esteem is not about standing up to other people. To have esteem is to follow your inner knowing. True self-esteem gives you the fortitude to confront evil and endure tragedy. With Stacey’s guidance on the victim archetype, you have the opportunity to move into the grace of fortitude. Herein lies the power to face any fear.
Your life purpose involves a healthy relationship with the victim archetype. You are here to become a more compassionate person. The victim archetype is where the spiritual journey begins and ends. This is where you decide to heal and find your power. Stacey’s class on “Cultivating Compassion” is a treasure for all of you. I am so grateful to offer her keen insight on this topic. There is a link below to listen to a sample of the class.
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