|"You and I possess within ourselves, at every moment of our lives, under all circumstances, the power to transform the quality of our lives." ...|
|1)||allow things to be the way they are and the way they aren't ie accept the fact that it happened;|
|2)||take responsibility for your experience of it ie take responsibility for being the space in which it happened;|
|3)||take responsibility for being there.|
Look, I really want you to get this: it's a wide-spread yet terribly naïve mis-characterization of Werner's work to equate being cause in the matter of your experience, with being to blame for it.
Blame's got nothing to do with being cause in the matter.
Being cause in the matter of your experience, is a muscle not a value judgement.
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