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In collapsing the story, it’s highly likely the drama they are experiencing goes back to
Page 1 of the transcript has this information.
The tool that we use to use to separate what actually happened and their interpretation is called?
Page 2 has some great information.
Which statement is true of Cause and Effect?
Chapter 9 in the Radical Forgiveness eBook is the place to look for this answer.
Fill in the blank. Once we understand that what we call reality is just our _______, instead of blaming others we can begin to take responsibility for what we have created with our thoughts.
This answer is also in the Cause and Effect chapter of the Radical Forgiveness eBook
Fill in the blank. Much of our pain is in our being invested, not so much in the facts of what happened, but in what we made up about what happened.
Look on the Centrifuge Worksheet to answer this.
Core-Negative Beliefs are always buried deep in the unconscious parts of the mind – totally out of awareness.
Read the handout on CNBs.
The 5 Steps for Transforming Core-Negative Beliefs
There’s a handout for this one.
The only way to neutralize core negative beliefs is to stop telling your story.
Transforming Core-Negative Beliefs
What are the characteristics of Collapsing the Story? Check all that apply.
Three of these are correct.
Collapsing the Story is the stage where Radical Forgiveness begins?
Page 1 of the video transcript will give you the answer to this.