The Co-dependency triangle shows us what role we play in perpetuating drama and disharmony in our daily lives. When we are living in Karma and living in co-dependent relationships, most of the time they will take the form of this triangle. Quite often you will be one of the points, either victim, persecutor or rescuer. Many times these roles shift and move depending on the issues, or triggers, or relationship that you are involved in. However, if your relationship with your partner, your children, your co-workers or any one else, feels full of drama and dis-ease, chances are you are dancing this triangle of co-dependency.
This is how it works – you will be one point, the other person will be another point and your relationship will take on the 3rd aspect. So if you are the victim and your partner is the persecutor, than your relationship will be the rescuer. If you are the rescuer and your partner is the victim, than your relationship will be the persecutor.
I encourage you to take some time, to compassionately overlay this triangle into your daily interactions and important relationships. Truthfully acknowledge what role you play and make a conscious decision, if you choose to, to step out of Karma, step out of Co-dependency and away from Drama.
I will post the Co-empowerment triangle very soon – this triangle will show you how to step into Dharma, maturity and co-empowered relating xx