Being a victim is usually not a good state to be in, because it involves a lot of painful experiences. A victim is someone who does not want to take responsibility and relies heavily on others to make decisions for him or her. A victim can also be someone who has been abused by an abuser. Victimhood is very common in our society because we have been conditioned to think like victims. As a result, we all have been victims most of our lives.
To effectively free yourself from being a victim, you must have a basic understanding of one of the most common laws of the Universe. This law is well known by certain very rich and powerful people. It is called the Law of Attraction. The Law of Attraction utilizes your thoughts and actions to attract certain experiences that you want into your life.
To understand how the Law of Attraction relates to victimhood, let us look at how it can attract victim experiences into our lives. When we constantly have a victim attitude, it puts us in a state of victim consciousness. The Law of Attraction then draws in negative experiences to exploit our consciousness until we learn our lesson. The Law of Attraction does not judge. It only acts accordingly to our thoughts and actions. As a result, the Law of Attraction will keep providing us victim experiences until we change our victim attitudes.
Below is an excerpt from my book Staradigm about how victim consciousness attracts more victim experiences.
Victim consciousness draws in not only negative experiences but also the right people to help support these negative experiences. For example, people who have victim attitudes will draw fellow victims as well as abusers to exploit their consciousness. They will often wonder why they keep attracting abusive partners or friends. They do not realize that they attract abusive partners or friends because of the way they think. The Law of Attraction is a universal law that utilizes thoughts to attract similar people who want similar experiences. In other words, if we keep thinking that we are victims, the Law of Attraction will keep bringing abusive people or situations into our lives to provide more victim experiences until we learn our lessons or change our thought patterns. Abusers cannot play their roles without the participation of victims unless they force victims to participate. Once victims understand this, they can remove themselves from the situation by changing their attitudes and actions.
A great example of a victim and abuser relationship is the current state of our relationship with our government. Many of us are starting to realize that our government is not working for us anymore. Instead, it is working for and being controlled by corporations. This is why most of the bailout money went to corporations instead of us. Even though many of us are waking up to this fact, we still do not want to face the truth. Because we would rather live in denial than face the truth, it is very easy for our government to take advantage of us and turn us into victims.
If you do not think that you are a victim of your government, you should read the excerpt below from drlwilson.com about how the government uses inflation to steal your money.
Inflation is actually an old, secret method of taxing the people without their knowledge. This may sound strange because no one talks about inflation as a tax. However, I will explain.
When extra money is printed up and put into circulation, it costs the government very little. The only cost is that of printing. Each paper bill of any denomination from $1 to $1,000 or more costs less than fifty cents to manufacture. So it is almost free money for the government. The government can then lavish the money on all their favorite projects without worrying about the people complaining, because the money seems to be “free”.
However, it is not free. What it does is to slowly dilute the money that is in existence already, like diluting the milk in the analogy above. So all the money the people already have, including all their savings, salaries and all the rest, slowly start to be worth less. In this sense, inflation is a very hidden tax, or way the government confiscates the people’s real wealth.
To stop being a victim, you will need to face the truth and educate yourself so others cannot take advantage of you. You will also need to take personal responsibility for your actions. Below are some tips to help you overcome victimhood.
- Increase your awareness so you are more aware of what is happening around you. To increase your awareness, you will need to seek knowledge of empowerment and learn to face your fears. Your awareness is very sensitive to fear, because it can reduce the strength of your awareness and prevent it from maturing.
- Stop living in denial because it prevents you from facing the truth. Truth is perceived within the understanding of the moment of experience. As you gain more knowledge, your truth will change according to your beliefs, and this change of truth can set you free. Victims have a hard time freeing themselves from abusive relationships, because they like to live in denial rather than face the truth.
- Taking personal responsibility for your actions is a must, if you want to free yourself from victimhood. When you are not responsible, you are basically telling your subconscious and ego that you are not ready to take control of your life. This lack of responsibility empowers the ego, which can attract victim experiences. The ego is a part of your identity that is lost and confused and lives in a state of fear. Because of these features, when your ego is overactive, it can make you feel like you are a victim by making you feel powerless. An overactive ego is also great at causing you pain.
- Stop thinking that you are a victim so you do not attract more victim experiences. Also, take actions to remove yourself from victim situations. Remember, abusers cannot play their roles without the participation of victims.