â€œThe Core Beliefs of the Addictive Thought System and Self-Esteemâ€
The addictive thought system is built upon fear, past or future orientation, and a belief in scarcity. The addictive mind becomes bitterly entrenched in this belief system, leaving us devoid of love and serenity.
Some core beliefs are:
1. I am alone in a cruel, harsh, and unforgiving world. I am separate from everyone else.
2. The past and the future are real and need to be constantly evaluated and worried about.
3. Other people are responsible for how I feel.
4. I need something or someone outside of myself to make me complete and happy.
5. My self-esteem is based on pleasing you.
6. I can control other peopleâ€™s behavior
After identifying how these core beliefs translate into our own lives we will look at how to implement beliefs of a love-based thought system.
We will be working from Lee Jampolskyâ€™s: â€œHealing the Addictive Mindâ€
So for those of you keen on a recovery oriented Sunday the 24^th of May the schedule is as follows:
8-9: Run/Walk with Runwell Group (venue TBC)
89:30-10:30: SCAA meeting at Harmony
11-2: â€œThe Core Beliefs of the Addictive Thought System and Self-Esteemâ€.
Which includes lunch, tea and coffee.
Cost for the workshop is: R200/person
If you would like to attend please make payment and mail proof to me.
Acc no: 1251019267
07 Aug 2014
06 Jun 2014