Similarly to the Wizard of Oz story,
the Power Management adventure leads to composing and integrating
metaphors into two complementary Conflict Resolution Processes.
The first leads the author/trainee to find out about oneself
and the second to pursue the restructuring of one’s metaphors
to correct one’s relational deficiency by becoming positive
in one’s outlook and self-esteem. The first sequence is
diagnostic and the second therapeutic.
Diagnostic Sequence proceeds from Stress to Compromise:
Dorothy and friends feel damaged, defective and deprived.
Dorothy and friends as four relational alternatives set off
on the road of adventure.
They share a general fear of authority figures.
The four companions are bonded by surviving several challenges.
The group is entranced by Oz as a set of individual distortions.
companions are determined to pursue their objectives through
Six, we talked about the second transformation sequence.
Upon its conclusion, the four heroes have been transformed from
being in conflict, defined as feeling oppressed, antagonistic
and alienated to experiencing resolution, defined as feeling
mastery, cooperation and mutual respect.
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