Are you tired of feeling like other people are more in control of your life than you are?
Worthiness is the foundation to every single thing you do, say, think or feel, it is the foundation that everything else is built upon.
One of the worst things is how we are “triggered” by feeling we are the ‘victim’, that poor-me attitude and being allergic to taking responsibility for our actions. Typically portraying ‘unfortunates’ who demand to be rescued.
Alison Donaghey is a cause and effect strategist, an international best-selling author, entrepreneur, and podcast host. Known for challenging people to reflect on new points of view, Alison has a natural gift to be able to hold space for both sides of a conversation without bias, judgment or opinions. She ignites curiosity in people to think about the mental constructs they have built within their lives but have not yet stopped to question.
In this episode, Alsion helps us understand how being in the victim state makes you a prisoner of your own making, and shows what life is like if you change your relationship with your worthiness moved towards a fulfilling life in freedom state.
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“People are embracing this idea that they don’t have worth and that puts us in a situation where we don’t understand that we co-create our life. We end up pointing our finger saying if only they would do it this way, if only they loved me more, if only they cared more, if only they would just do this. And we start getting into this very dangerous victim state.”– Alison Donaghey
“Empathy like everything else is a double-edged sword. Sometimes it is a really helpful empowering tool, and other times it’s a way of just keeping people down or being held down. And so, we have to be careful knowing what kind of empathy we’re getting.”– Alison Donaghey
“It’s practicing this new normal for yourself — understanding your worth. All of a sudden, you’ll start seeing it everywhere, you’ll start seeing it in other people. And it really is an awareness thing for sure.”– Alison Donaghey
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