When Someone Attacks Us or Hurts Others

To be done as a visualisation, or else among two or three people.

The person whose aggressiveness hurts me or causes me to rebel, is in front of me. If there is a third person, a victim of the other, we set her up to.

I look at the aggressive person in the eyes.

I say to her: “I am like you.

I assume my guilt, I acknowledge the hurt I am causing you.

I assume the consequences of my actions.

I see the hurt that my ancestors have caused your ancestors.”

“Thanks.”

To something greater: “Please.”