Personal Story As A Pursuit of Spiritual Wholeness
The Johari Window is another better technique to understand the relationship with themselves and with others. This was created by Joseph Luft (1916-2014) and Harrington Inghram (1916-1955). This has basically four different arenas. The first one is Open, which quadrant represents traits of the subjects that both they themselves and their peers are aware of. The second one is hidden which represent information about them their peers are unaware of. It is up to the person to disclose this information or not. The third one is blind, the person or subject is not aware about, but the group or others are aware about, in other words the blind spots. The last one is known as unknown, this represent behaviors and motives that were not recognized by anyone. This can also be called the collective ignorance. This is connected with what i see in me and what I do not see in me. Another way to understand out stage of inner dynamic is to understand it from a drama triangle.
Many of us are in this drama triangle, living like Victim, Rescuer, or Persecutor role. They are interdependent and it is our biggest blind spot. Another way to understand this is a triangle of problem, reaction and anxiety. These roles can be easily transformed to outcome creator, insight creator and action creator. In order to have a healthy personality we need to get out of this game or drama triangle. It is only possible through processing your story.
The common issues we will face when we write or process our own story are: