Group dynamic: I am me

I AM ME

RECIPIENTS: 15 years and older
GROUP SIZE: 30 people
MATERIALS:
Sheets of newspaper, sheets of paper, markers.
OBJECTIVES:
• Generate reflection on one’s own person: recognize potentialities, limitations, talents.
• Understand the diversity of the group, which allows me to build bridges of conciliation with the other.

METHODOLOGY:
A circle is made and each participant is given a sheet with the Louise Hay document, and a dialogue will be held around this writing, listening to the participants’ feelings and emotions that it generates in them, references to life stories, whether their own or of life experiences.
My self-esteem statement:
I am me

In all the world there is no one exactly like me.
There are people who have aspects of me, but none of them form the same set as mine.
Everything of mine belongs to me – my body, everything it does; my mind, with all its thoughts and ideas; my eyes, including all the images they perceive; my feelings whatever they are – anger, joy, frustration, love, disappointment, excitement; my mouth and all the words that come out of it, refined, sweet, or sharp, correct or incorrect; my voice loud or soft; and all my actions, whether for others or for myself.

I own my fantasies, my dreams, my hopes, my fears. They are mine my triumphs and my successes, all my failures and mistakes.

Since everything of mine belongs to me, I can know myself intimately. By doing so, I can come to love myself and feel friendship towards all my parts.

I know that I have aspects that puzzle me and others that I do not know. But as long as I esteem and love myself, I can courageously and optimistically seek solutions to unknowns and discover more and more of myself.

However I look or sound, say or do, think and feel at any given moment, it is all part of me. This is real and represents the place I occupy at that moment in time.

At the time of an examination of conscience, regarding what I have said and done, what I have thought and felt, some things will be inappropriate. But I can discard the inappropriate, keep the good and invent something new to replace the discarded.

I can see, hear, feel, think, say and do. I have the means to survive, to reach out to others, to be productive, and to bring meaning and order to the world of people and things around me.

I belong to myself, and so I can structure myself. I am me and I am fine.

At the end of the activity, they will be given a small paper heart so that they can put their name on it and stick it in a space where they will see it every day at home and remember how valuable and important each one is.

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