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Schnell, leben - Gandhi

Zum Leben gehört mehr als deren Schnelligkeit zu erhöhen.

Mohandas K. Gandhi

Self-Coaching, Transaction Analysis

Natural Child-ego I

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The natural child-ego is the essence of a child. It is a raw, wild and uninhibited bundle of emotion. The emotions range from curiosity to anger to joy. Interests are fleeting but can be deep when held. However, children are a stream of ideas and entities with a short attention span. Thus the child-ego and children in general naturally bounce from plaything to activity to novelty.

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Self-Coaching and Self-Analysis I

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Transactional is suitable for self analysis and application of its concepts to yourself. It therefore makes sense that you aren’t necessarily dependant on a therapist; that in fact you can make a contract with yourself and monitor progress yourself. It would be best to have some independent source to confirm the contract and we would suggest you write it down.

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Significance of the Natural Child I

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The Natural Child ego is the initial ego state of any human being. In this state the person is loving, spontaneous, creative, curious, intuitive, honest and uninhibited. The Natural Child enjoys life and expresses emotion freely, whether those are feelings of love, sadness, anger, fear or joy.

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Significance of the Natural Child II

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Childhood, just like the rest of Life, is a mix of “good” and “bad” experiences. However, during the first section of childhood circumstances create a large number of “bad” experiences, to an extent that young children seem to have a predisposition to feeling “not ok”. Whether a child’s innate resilience will be enough to overcome this and

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Activating the Child - Ego I

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Activation of the (seemingly) present-day child-ego occurs when we revert to a childlike state. This does not mean that adults abandon all logic or hide in a corner, sucking their thumb. Activation of the (seemingly) present-day child-ego results in adults making decisions based on emotions, whims, primitive fears, deference to parental figures despite their own opinions or a refusal to think about the consequences.

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