There are three different workshops in Act Three, workshops that pull from Anti-Curse Statements:
Workshop 7. How to RISE through the power of meditation, silver linings, and God’s Grace,
Workshop 8. How to BEAR through the power of the Noble Shadow, the Remnant, and the Witness to the Power of Miracles.
Workshop 9. How to WALK under provision, provision, and providence; in the Living Hope and Inheritance; and the direction of your New Center that the Holy Spirit is pointing you towards.
In Act Three, the Journal-Artist writes in the third person point of view by layering the first and second person writing voice, to practice self-awareness and compassion while in the discipline of acting in grace. By replacing curses with anti-curse statements, the task of the Journal-Artist in Act Three is to live out, document and experience the pulling into a new center—that new center is revealed through the act of grace. This new center of your heart, through Divine Power’s ability to provide grace when we ask in humility, pulls us towards the crossing over from the world of a tragedy into the world of a divine comedy. In Act Three, the crossing over of realms—from tragedy into divine comedy, becomes captured in fiction, based on a true story.
The purpose of Act Three is to discover the duality of your purposes and inspires you to choose your true purpose in alignment with true love defined in 1 Corinthians 13. In Act Three, you will layer the first and second journaling voice into the “third eye”or third person journaling voice. Act Three acts upon Grace & Replace—Grace is a non-action as an action and replacing a reaction to a shadow with a response to an anti-curse..
Shadow integration is simple and hard—It is wise to leverage a mirror to help you process.
A mentor is someone who holds space for your process,
Someone who offers guidance, who shines a light,
who points you in the right direction, someone you
sound your best and worst ideas with.
A mentor provides the framework while you do the legwork,
so you may re-associate the pieces of your own puzzle.
Sometimes, you just need permission, encouragement, and guidance.
The Three-Fold Blessings of Acting in Grace
The Act of Grace is three folds, manifested in this order—First, knowing you are in God’s grace; Second, forgiving yourself; Third, forgiving others. The Act of Grace is the act of responding to the shadow by first not acting as an action to the shadow and then replacing a non-action with an action that responds to the anti-curse that aligns with the twin pair of the shadow’s curse.
Journal in the Third Person Writing Voice Journaling in the Third Person Point of View helps the Journal-Artist pay attention to what one is doing—is a person acting on the truth or reacting to the lie? The discipline of the Journal-Artist in Act Three is the act of Grace & Replace
Grace & Replace Lessons and Workbook on how to act in grace and how to replace reactions to curses with actions that respond to anti-curses.
Begin Act Three.
Bear with each other and forgive one another if any of you has a grievance against someone. Forgive as the Lord forgave you. —Colossians 3:13, NIV