Are you taking the actions and getting the results you want in life?
Discover and change the “personal myths” that influence your decisions and actions.
Personal myths are imaginative statements or stories that direct your behavior. There are four sources of personal myths, biological, interpersonal, trans-personal, and cultural. Personal myths include statements like “I am a loser,” and “I am capable of giving and receiving love.” People who are convinced that everyone else is out to take advantage of them are living a personal myth that is bound to affect the way they relate to those around them. Several activities will help you identify some of your own personal myths and determine whether or not you want to keep them, revise them, or discard them.
Stanley Krippner, PhD, international authority on consciousness and Professor of Psychology at Saybrook University, is celebrated for his research, writing, and teaching. He is widely published and his co-authored books include Personal Mythology, Extraordinary Dreams and How to Work with Them, Haunted by Combat: PTSD in War Veterans, and Debating Psychic Experience: Human Potential or Human Illusion. www.stanleykrippner.weebly.com
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