The Chatterbox exercise reveals to us the many voices we have within. They generally fall into one of two categories: Challengers and Allies. This question helps us become aware of which voice we are listening to.

Why a goblin?
Folk and fairy tales, myths and legends were our original source of psychology and understanding. The goblin represents the wounded, fragmented, shadow self in the IN-Vizion® process and is inspired by the story of Rumpelstiltskin. We discover when and why it was born and how its purpose to protect the deformed serves us now. If we allow our wounded self to remain unclaimed and nameless, it will hurt us in ways seemingly brought about by fate.

The Challenger
We use this term to represent the goblin for the conservative client who may not feel connected to the fairy tale aspect of our story. It is born in the first moment you get the (untrue) message that you are not whole. Learn about the 12 Challenger Archetypes and how to work with them:

  1. The Judge
  2. The Controller
  3. The Pleaser
  4. The Rescuer
  5. The Victim
  6. The Invader
  7. The Prostitute
  8. The Manipulator
  9. The Debater
  10. The Gypsy
  11. The Drama Queen / The Distractor
  12. The Addict

Chair exercise Connect with three aspects of the self, using three different chairs

  1. Observer
  2. Personality
  3. Goblin


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Challengers – Who Am I Listneing To? lesson progress
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