1. You believe that you can be harmed, injured, or subjected to unfavorable circumstances.
2. Not only do you believe you can be hurt, but you also believe such hurt is the result of external forces beyond your control.
3. In truth, you are not a victim of the world you see but rather an active participant in your own experience.
4. Victimhood is a perception rooted in your belief that you can be separated from your true spiritual nature and from others.
5. Being a victim also presupposes that you are a body but you are not a body, you are free, still as God created you to be.
6. You have the power to choose how you interpret and respond to all events, shifting from a victim's mentality to one of empowerment.
7. Every experience, every challenge, presents an opportunity for learning. But you must recognize your role in co-creating your experiences. Only then can you transform what you now see as adversity into valuable lessons.
8. In each moment, you are choosing to identify with your true divine nature or that of being a victim. Only you have the power to change your thoughts and beliefs.
9. Forgiving yourself and others, you let go of the belief in victimization and open yourself up to healing.
10. Recognizing that you’re interconnected to everyone dissolves the notion of victimhood.