This workshop covers the Reconciliation section of the Ability Enhancement viewing curriculum. When misdeeds have been committed, and thereafter a person cannot forgive and achieve reconciliation with self or others, the result is guilt and hostility. Guilt and hostility mainly spring from a person’s own misdeeds, which s/he has subsequently withheld, or from charge connected with others’ misdeeds. Someone commits a misdeed when unable to resolve a problem in a more constructive fashion. Unwanted situations, when encountered, must be handled in some way or other. Ideally, they are handled by confronting, understanding, and communicating, leading to a resolution of the problems contained therein that is optimal for all concerned.
In an unencumbered state, people will naturally act in the best way they can see to solve difficulties in life. When encumbered by emotional charge, they will feel forced by circumstances to commit misdeeds. Once the Resolution Section is completed, the viewer will be able to see a better way of handling difficulties and will now be more willing to handle misdeeds and the guilt that is connected with them. Regretted actions tend to reduce a person’s awareness and abilities. The Reconciliation Section clears off charge concerning these things, leaving the viewer much more able to perceive and to think clearly. Great relief usually accompanies the clearing up of these regretted actions. Part of the ability gained in doing the work of this section is an increased sensitivity to things that need to be cleaned up as life goes on, and also an increased ability to face up to doing so. The world actually seems to be a brighter place and the people in it seem to be friendlier and easier to understand.
As demonstrated through examination and supervised activities, the student will be able to:
- Demonstrate an understanding of the difference between the general and specific forms of an item, why we shift emphasis at this stage of Ability Enhancement work from general to specific items, and why we work to get specific answers from viewers at this level
- Explain the theory behind the People Program and when it is used
- Apply the People Program
- Demonstrate an understanding of the theory of the Reconciliation Section, and how misdeeds, withheld communications and regretted statements affect a person’s abilities and view of him/herself and the world
- Apply the techniques of the Reconciliation Section
- The Integrity Program and how to use it to meet a variety of viewer needs
- The People Program, addressing difficulties with people
- The Reconciliation Section
- Theory of misdeeds, criticism, withheld communication, and reconciliation
- Techniques of Reconciliation
- The Integrity Program