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Activity 4: Understanding Your Life Script Patterns

In Activity 3: Identifying Your Life Script you were able to identifying which of the life script forms best represented a pattern of how you engage with the world. The key point of this activity was to increase your awareness of some of the motivations driving your behaviour. Reflecting on Life Scripts is not about judging yourself as good or bad. We share a human experience of all having underpinning stories and we each arrived at our ways of being in the world because of the events and people in our lives. We all have

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Activity 3: Identifying Your Life Script

Finding patterns that run through our lives can help us  better understand how certain behaviours or repeating thoughts occur in our life story. If we want to consciously move into a new behaviour and a more enriched story for our lives, we need to spend some time looking at our patterns. The father of transnational analysis, Eric Berne, discovered that there are what he called life scripts that recur across the human family. The ways these scripts come into being are of course diverse, but there are similarities in the patterns

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