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Self Deception and Self Discipline by Depe
Self Deception and Self Discipline by Depe
Self Deception and Self Discipline by Depe
Self Deception and Self Discipline by Depe
Self Deception and Self Discipline by Depe
Self Deception and Self Discipline by Depe
Self Deception and Self Discipline by Depe
Self Deception and Self Discipline by Depe
Self Deception and Self Discipline by Depe
Self Deception and Self Discipline by Depe
Self Deception and Self Discipline by Depe
Self Deception and Self Discipline by Depe
Self Deception and Self Discipline by Depe
Self Deception and Self Discipline by Depe
Self Deception and Self Discipline by Depe
Self Deception and Self Discipline by Depe
Self Deception and Self Discipline by Depe
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  • 1. @agatestudio Self Discipline Depe Clerics Agate Studio
  • 2. Self deception and self discipline TDS Mei 2014 Aditia Dwiperdana
  • 3. Source
  • 4. Self discipline The ability to do what you need to do when you need to do it.
  • 5. Self-betrayal • An act contrary to what I feel I should do for another is called an act of “self betrayal”.
  • 6. Self-betrayal • An act contrary to what I feel I should do for another is called an act of “self betrayal”. • When I betray myself, I begin to see the world in a way that justifies my self-betrayal.
  • 7. Self-betrayal • An act contrary to what I feel I should do for another is called an act of “self betrayal”. • When I betray myself, I begin to see the world in a way that justifies my self-betrayal. • When I see a self-justifying world, my view of reality becomes distorted.
  • 8. Self-betrayal • An act contrary to what I feel I should do for another is called an act of “self betrayal”. • When I betray myself, I begin to see the world in a way that justifies my self-betrayal. • When I see a self-justifying world, my view of reality becomes distorted. • When I betray myself, I enter ‘the box’.
  • 9. In the box: Below the line Ownership Accountability Responsibility Blame Excuses Denial
  • 10. Self betrayal • Over time, certain boxes become characteristic of me, and I carry them with me
  • 11. Self betrayal • Over time, certain boxes become characteristic of me, and I carry them with me • By being in the box, I provoke others to be in the box
  • 12. Self betrayal • Over time, certain boxes become characteristic of me, and I carry them with me • By being in the box, I provoke others to be in the box • In the box, we invite mutual mistreatment and obtain mutual justification. We collude in giving each other reason to stay in the box.
  • 13. What doesn’t work in ‘the box’ • Trying to change others • Doing my best to ‘cope’ with others • Leaving • Communicating • Implementing new skills or techniques • Changing my behavior
  • 14. To get out of the box We get out of the box when we cease to resist other, liberate our self-justifying thoughts and feelings.
  • 15. Out of the box: Above the line Ownership Accountability Responsibility Blame Excuses Denial
  • 16. Self discipline Stay true to yourself. Know what you want to do. Do it.

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