part of the web-site is intended to use the Power of Humor
all know we have behaviors that frustrate us, pull
us down, make us feel less than the resourceful, happy,
productive, contributory people we'd like to be. These behaviors
sabotage our best efforts, prevent us from becoming congruent
and aligned, block us from proeeding or succeeding, and
even can turn our energies against ourselves.
in our chat rooms and in our counseling sessions we've been
calling these behaviors, "Our Dragons." <Grin>.
We probably HAD to have an "animal" name because
most of us are animal communicators!
found that when we can identify a behavior and feel it's
hold on us, particularly its emotions; name it with a serious
name to show our respect for it (and because at first we
simply can't take it with a sense of humor anyway); and
then name it with a funny name, a name that is funny to
us, the behavior almost immediately lessens its hold on
we're literally "bringing the behavior to the light",
but it's more than that, we're actually embracing our dark
side . . .
we're doing it with humor . . .
helps tame the Dragon almost immediately!
also found that one person reading about another's Dragon,
can experience some of the same healing!
the way this page works is:
you identify your dragon behavior. The dragon behavior(s)
you're looking for are those that are toxic, counter-productive,
non-life-enhancing. They will create an emotional "state"
in you, either because you will feel you're in a "dragon"
state, or because you've been turned into a dragon! Almost
invariably, this "state" will be one that results
in judgement: either you judge another badly or harshly
or you turn your psychic energy against yourself. Be sure
to include the emotions you feel.
give your behavior an official name, representative of the
respect you hold for it and the power and perhaps distress
or suffering you have experienced as a result of it.
give your behavior a humorous name, a name that absolutely
makes you laugh out loud when you think of it! The humorous
name MUST be one that makes YOU absolutely laugh.
(Dragon behavior descriptions, their serious names, and
their humorous names, can be submitted for consideration
of inclusion on this web-page by filling out a Contact Elizabeth
form. Follow the format below. If you have a graphic that
represents your Dragon for you, you are welcome to submit
that, too, preferably as a *.gif file sent to Spirit1@beyond1.com
with the subject line, "Dragon". Once you have
submitted a Dragon, you lose all ownership of it ... isn't
THAT a relief???!!! Decisions on what will be included and/or
edited are entirely at the discretion of the Whimsical Web-Site
Dragon Behavior: Procrastination. Too much procrastination!
I hate it, I never get anything done when I want to, I stall
and I hate that I stall!
Dragon's Official Name (recognizing its importance):
The Mighty Dragon of Procrastination.
Dragon Name that Makes Me Laugh: Draggin' Fannie!
It's the Dragon of Draggin' Fannies! LOL!
Length of time from recognition of behavior to finally
being able to laugh & finding a funny name: A week.
Image: I don't have one, but I visualize a Dragon
totally obstinate, arms crossed, haughty look, with it's
butt down hard on the ground like a donkey that's refusing
Dragon Behavior: Worry / Fear: Not relaxed enough
in my own being I guess. Wild imagination as to what might
happen and things turn out more benign that imagined.
Dragon's Official Name: Ego The Fear Producer
Dragon's Funny Name: BOO-Dragon
Length of Time from Recognition to Funny Naming:
Years!!! Who's counting? <grin>
Image: See left.
Elizabeth Severino, D.D., D.R.S.
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