Hippie Ghost Band
Step 3: Peeling the layers
Your self -saboteur and the victim can become great allies after the peeling of layers ends. Welcome to next step. Jasmine discovered. The damsel and doormat rose out of other layers, hiding beneath the surface, which protected her memory from recognizing the culprit.
With the victim and saboteur on the scene, they would become the damsel’s best buddies. Remember the self-saboteur is the car you drive. It knows one route. You programmed it to keep you a victim. If you dared to go a different direction the subconscious would hound you until you returned to your everyday routine. It would remind you, this person has done you wrong. Victim images would constantly flash through your mind. To stop this, you had to have a stronger belief. Jasmine believed through her husband contributed to her change, the damsel and victim died.
Evidently not. Jasmine’s mind, throughout their marriage, played out a battle between the dependent and the independent woman. Those moments where the independent female rose, were seen through his eyes. His approval. His compliments. After his death, the independent woman became only a memory.
What would hold her to this victim? Why would she seek to embrace it? The subconscious is still programmed. It hadn’t unplugged from old beliefs. It hadn’t created a new reality. She only knew the old routes. To stop this vicious cycle, we had to start to find the real culprit. The damsel was only an expression of this perpetrator.
Often, one concept that has programmed the subconscious, is the breeder of the other characteristics. We walked her step by step until she remembered what it was. To do this, we began a similar program we do in the spirit realms. We help her to create and watch how she attacks her new project. As each program revealed itself, we had her use the Ho’oponopono with it.