Yet a major obstacle to the objective reveals itself almost instantaneously -- the inordinate resistance and lack of motivation existing in the majority of our world population to addressing the enormity of the problem of -- adrenalin addictions and their attendant consequences.
How is it possible that 6.9 billion people can all claim to want the same thing (Peace, secuity, opportunity, prosperity, happiness, and love) and be singularly unable to get it?The answer to the quandary is almost self-evident if one basic fact is closely examined.
The "how" embodies faith, courage, hard work, determination, passion, discipline and Love.
Love being the sacred ingredient that binds all together, it is the element that made a shaman of me as I dealt with extended blindness, trauma and extensive losses, not unrelated to the blindness, taking me down into the darkest parts of myself – and -- high into the sky and beyond to the Light.
This capacity is described in this book in terms of the basic principles of Transactional Analysis (TA), the theory that originated the concept of the Inner Child or Child Ego State, its original term.
- Basic Transactional Analysis (TA);
- Advanced TA as derived from Martin G. Groder, M.D. who originally authored them;
- My advancements of Marty’s work that became the Groder-Rosen Addiction Development theory (GRAD); and
- The ancient teachings of Ahmsta Kebzeh as taught by Murat Yagan, the last living Elder of this tradition. Murat died in December, 2013.
It is offered here in this modified adaptation in order to simplify your introduction to it. The details of this map will be referenced and discussed in the text of this book, item by item.
The original form of the diagram, Murat's Chart of Ascension, will be offered as Murat created it later in my presentation of this text.