Pulling your own strings


Title: Hold the thread of life

Author: W. Wayne Dyer

Translator: Mohammad Reza Akhlaq Manesh

Publisher: Silver Crescent

Subject: assertiveness / autonomy (psychology)

Age category: Adult

Number of pages: 384

Language: Farsi



Introducing the book Pulling your own strings by Wayne Dyer

Hold the thread of life by Dr. Wayne, W. Compiled and translated by Mohammad Reza Akhlaq Manesh. This book is undoubtedly one of the best and most popular books that can be named by these authors. Life has many ups and downs, you live as you want.

Hold the lead in your life.

We cling to our fears in subtle ways, we are puppets and puppets, and the victims of our expectations pull our hands and feet with silk threads with a roar.

We dance to the music of our fear.

Take control of your life, go inside and tear your threads with the pulse of life. Embrace the unknown, walk in the dark, open your arms to embrace the sky, and fly. , We may learn to choose our own health and happiness and practice behavior at its peak.
In the course of human thought, man has always found meaning in the collective, in other words, originality has been given to society. So that in the ideas of Plato and Aristotle, man as an individual being has little value and his dignity is to the extent that he is more a follower of the values ​​and norms of society.

Index of the book
Introduction Translator
Getting rid of victim habits
Foreword by Susan Dyer
The philosophy of not being a victim
Who is the victim?
What is freedom?
Getting rid of sacrificial habits
Assessing life situations
Expectations of a non-victim
Some common victim factors
Word of mouth
Where are you standing?
A new look at power
Fear: A phenomenon that resides within you.
Experience as an antidote to fear
Courage: An essential attribute of not being a victim
The advantages of acting from a position of weakness
Never exalt the dignity of others more than
Isn’t it ridiculous and biting? All to power
Examples of simple conversations and special techniques
Word of mouth
Things you can not change
A trap called “You have to …”:
How and why it answers
Other common tactics used to maintain
Pay attention to what is past
You can sacrifice yourself by immersing yourself in the past
Strategies to stop becoming a victim
By referring to the past
Word of mouth
Decimal test
You are unique in this world
The concept of existential loneliness
The destructive power of comparing yourself to others
Destructive power even more comparable
Other common comparison domains
Several strategies to deal with victimization through comparison
Word of mouth
Twelve test
Silent efficiency
A word about privacy and privacy
You will never, always understand
The futility of the obligation to prove oneself
Prove yourself among relatives and friends
Those who want to be in distress and sorrow
Common sentences used to make sacrifices
Strategies for dealing with the “I do not understand” game and off performance

The process of teaching others
Karate Impact Theory
You teach others through behavior, not words.
What do you expect from an addict?
About proving one’s self
A few groups of people you have taught
Some normal goals to be a victim
Strategies for educating others about
Word of mouth
Twelve test
Abuse of loyalty
Competition against cooperation
Intense competition results
A highly competitive manager
Man is more important than anything
About winning or losing
Characteristics of victims involved in material affairs and organizations
How organizations operate
Some common victim organization games
Strategies to deal with victimization by organizations
Word of mouth
Judgment against reality
How your beliefs work against you
A list of things that do not exist in the real world
Cultivate a calm mind, in order to achieve
Being vs. thinking about being
Some fact-based techniques for elimination
Word of mouth
The concept of creative vitality
Love your place
Life is a continuous chain of experiences
Dealing with troubles
There is no single path to each goal
The importance of perseverance and endurance
Action versus inaction
The logic of those who are not lively and creative
A few examples of creative and lively behaviors
Word of mouth
Rank your position on the Victim Scale

Introduce the book Pulling your own strings
If you think life is very difficult, no doubt many difficulties and problems will stand in your way, and if you think about the joys that happen to you in life, you can make your life the best. In the following, we will deal with a part of this book.

Take part in a clue book of life
In this book, the author discusses how to break free from addiction and concludes his introduction with a short poem by Gail Spanier Rawlings: We are puppets and puppets and the victims of our expectations / We dance to the music of our fears / Our existence crumbles from within / A child within us / Under that rock and behind that tree / Somewhere and not where in control Be with us / shows off / Take control of your life / Go inside yourself and break the thread of life / Break your threads / Embrace the unknown / Walk in the dark / Open your hand to embrace the sky / And fly to the peak / Maybe we will learn to choose our health and happiness / Practice the behavior of being at the peak.

Wayne Walter Dyer (1940-2015) is an American self-help author and motivational speaker. In a section of the book entitled “The Benefits of Action from a Position of Weakness,” we read: The first answer you are tempted to give is, “Nothing.” But you think more deeply and ask why people come to the conclusion that it is easier to be a victim than to rely on their strengths and take the lead in their lives.
If you just give up and let others take control, you can apparently avoid a lot of risk and even avoid throwing yourself into trouble forever. Then, if things go wrong, you can blame those in charge, insult them, and gently shrug off your larger responsibilities. “At the same time, you can easily escape the need to make a change, because you are free to remain a good victim, downside down, and enjoy the constant benefits of false endorsements by the factors that drive you.”

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