Have you felt unable to manifest like you used to, are struggling with an ongoing physical condition, or find yourself having recurring emotional upsets? If so, it may be time to look at what’s blocking you and to check for any victim thinking or victim consciousness that may be ready to heal.
A good indication that you may have victim energies includes feeling consistently helpless and hopeless. If you are blaming others for what isn’t working in your life or feel pessimistic that bad things will happen no matter what you try, you may have an unconscious victim outlook that is holding you back.
Victim thinking can be been triggered if you were hurt in the past, felt betrayed or disappointed by someone you trusted, or if you were treated unfairly in a situation. Any of these can understandably make you feel wounded and hurt, but if it becomes a chronic way of reacting, you can get stuck operating from a victim mentality.
Take an intuitive check to see if your thoughts and emotions tend to blame others for how you feel or if you have unmet or unrealistic expectations in your relationships. Also watch for any other hidden patterns keeping you feeling victimized. Now is the time to recognize these and begin the process of changing and healing your perspective.
Remember that you have the power to change no matter what has activated this mindset. As you heal and shift within, new energies can activate to help you release hidden victim patterns or tendencies and start moving you forward again.
Why it’s important to heal and release the victim mentality:
Having a continual victim mindset can keep you blocked energetically, emotionally, and may even affect you physically. Consistently feeling victimized and that the universe and others are against you will slowly create a denser negative vibrational field throughout your energetic system.
It can diminish and limit the vibrational flow around you which will repel higher positive energies necessary for manifesting the abundance, love, peace, and good things that you deserve. Maintaining a victim mentality can also impact your relationship not only with yourself but others as well if it isn’t healed and changed
Breaking the pattern:
An important step in changing victim thinking is realizing and acknowledging any self-defeating or victim thoughts, beliefs, and wording that you have been using. Awareness helps you identify what needs to be changed or what new steps you can take such as having a vibrational healing session, using new self-talk, or professional counseling to clear the energies.
Realize the personal cost:
Hanging onto bitterness, victim thinking, and old emotional hurts creates energetic baggage that will hold you down and hold you back. This can block new ideas, new opportunities, and better relationships. Over time it can even show up in your body as a physical illness if not addressed.
Identify how it started:
When and where did you start feeling victimized and negative? Was it triggered from a specific past event or is it an ongoing coping behavior left over from childhood? When you can identify the source of your pain, it may reveal important information about new ways to heal the hurt and more positive ways of responding.
Is there a payoff?
This is a tough question and one that you may not be aware of consciously. Are you getting something out of remaining a victim? Does it create extra sympathy and attention from others? Has it become a good excuse to stop taking chances and new risks for success? If so, an honest assessment and soul searching can help you realize what’s behind your own victim mindset and identify what is keeping you stuck.
Changing the victim mindset:
Compassion: Start with a heavy dose of compassion for yourself or someone around you if you recognize victim tendencies. Send love and compassion to the self within that still feels afraid and hurt. Victim energies are a good indication that a part of you is still wounded and can cloud the realization that you have the power and ability to heal it now.
Try acceptance: Acceptance doesn’t mean agreement or approval of an unacceptable situation. It means that you acknowledge that you’ve been hurt and affected by someone or something else. Acceptance enables you to begin healing and releasing from the pain around what has happened and make important changes.
Forgive: Being willing to forgive yourself and what has happened is a powerful way to begin again. You can’t change the past or what happened, but you can detach and heal emotional energies around it so that it can't affect you now.
Embrace new choices: The most important time in your life is this moment. Accessing the power that you have right now can lead to new choices and more healing. If you felt victimized by events or people in the past, now is the time to embrace new behaviors or make different decisions that can stop the situation from repeating again.
Choosing to release a victim mentality is a powerful choice that allows you to claim your ability to learn from the past and move forward to a joyful and abundant future. Now can be the time to embrace a new attitude and outlook to create the life that you really want.
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