Friday, March 24, 2017

Tactics of Manipulation - Understanding the Control Dramas

Source - Jeremy McDonald

by: Jeremy McDonald; March 22, 2017

One thing is for sure in the current world people are walking around with an unconscious mind.

Lashing out in reaction to the stimulus around them. We all suffer from a little bit of unconscious reaction. It's what we do with our initial reactions before they manifest into the physical world that makes a difference.

Are we making proactive decisions or Knee Jerk Reactions? Are we empowered or dis-empowered? It is truly is our choice.

In this video I talk about the four control dramas and how we can become self aware of them and manage them within.

Also, on how we can navigate around the Control Dramas in others.


Related article: You cannot rationalize or make sense of CRAZY... Don't go to Co-Dependent Hell...




You can watch the full video below or at this link


Enjoy the video!

Love,

Jeremy

About The Author

Jeremy McDonald has had a deep passion for human dynamics and has spent his adult life studying concepts of healing, mindfulness, consciousness and many other subjects. He was formally trained in Adult Learning Theories and has worked as a Corporate Trainer for a number of years. He has also been a public speaker for the past 20 years helping others find their full potential. He strives to be the constant student realizing life is only happening to it's fullest when we are expanding our growth and knowledge. We are all teachers and students and this relationship is a flow between the two. Follow him on – Facebook: @JeremyMcDonaldLLG, Twitter: @Lamplightgroup.


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