This is a good article and video….we all know people that blame others, right? But sometimes there are situations where others do impact our lives and while we are responsible for our own lives, they deserve some blame….but what is the right way to handle that? Here is one perspective….Jim
Do you know somebody who suffers from excessive blaming of others? Of course you do. The person gets a list of resentments about things that were done to them… and then that list tends to grow out of control.
Here’s the thing. When you blame and resent people for the past, you’re giving them responsibility over important parts of your life. Now they’re responsible, not you. You give them that responsibility, even though they may have screwed up! Doesn’t make sense, right?
On the other hand, some people in our lives – colleagues, friends, parents, family members – DID play an important part in our life story, right? They did have an effect on us, and in some cases they did hurt us.
So how do you deal with that disparity? In this video, Tony will show you a strategy called “Conscious Blaming.” This strategy gives you a win-win: you get to blame others for things that happened to you BUT in a way that won’t hurt you. Mieke was able to unlock and release a whole set of resentments and self-limitations, and live an expanded life.
NOTICE: Next week we will be opening Robbins-Madanes Training for enrollment, where you’ll learn how to use the same skills you see Tony using to create accelerated, profound change in yourself and others. We will be offering a set of live trainings as well – keep your eyes on your email for details.
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