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The Posture And The Anti-Posture Of Conflict Dyads.

Escaping unnecessary arguments and anger over conflict.

The posture and the anti-posture of conflict dyads. Deeper ex...

The posture and the anti-posture of conflict dyads. Deeper explanation of “Holding the Space.” Escaping unnecessary arguments and anger over conflict. How to get people to listen to you and be heard. A working model for non-attachment, non-judgement, and conflict resolution. Creating the posture of open-mindedness in others. Why symmetry is not always beautiful. Symmetrical formations of oppositional dyads, and how we model, unknowingly, what we encounter, and become trapped in the cycle of conflict.Your arguments and hard stances of conflict create oppositional symmetrical formations.Dyads of opposition, and dyads of argument. Oppositional forms that we take through our resistance and our arguments. The dyad does not just meet its opposite in the middle; the dyad is its opposite. The opposite is not connected to its polar opposition; they are one.The anti is just an inversion; therefor twins; meaning you are the conflict and you are what you hate.The more you don’t like something the more it controls you, and limits you, and shapes you into a relative of its form.When we try to control, we become controlled; when we release, we become free.How we create defensiveness in others and ourselves, which shuts down all healthy communications.Creating the posture of open-mindedness in others.The heart of open-mindedness is listening.All conflict can be resolved by listening. When you reach to touch something beautiful, something beautiful reaches back and touches you.

Posted by McGill Media on Monday, July 18, 2016

The posture and the anti-posture of conflict dyads. Deeper explanation of “Holding the Space.” Escaping unnecessary arguments and anger over conflict. How to get people to listen to you and be heard. A working model for non-attachment, non-judgement, and conflict resolution. Creating the posture of open-mindedness in others. Why symmetry is not always beautiful. Symmetrical formations of oppositional dyads, and how we model, unknowingly, what we encounter, and become trapped in the cycle of conflict.

  • Your arguments and hard stances of conflict create oppositional symmetrical formations.
  • Dyads of opposition, and dyads of argument. Oppositional forms that we take through our resistance and our arguments.
  • The dyad does not just meet its opposite in the middle; the dyad is its opposite. The opposite is not connected to its polar opposition; they are one.
  • The anti is just an inversion; therefor twins; meaning you are the conflict and you are what you hate.
  • The more you don’t like something the more it controls you, and limits you, and shapes you into a relative of its form.
  • When we try to control, we become controlled; when we release, we become free.
  • How we create defensiveness in others and ourselves, which shuts down all healthy communications.
  • Creating the posture of open-mindedness in others.
  • The heart of open-mindedness is listening.
  • All conflict can be resolved by listening.
  • When you reach to touch something beautiful, something beautiful reaches back and touches you.
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Bryant McGill is a human potential thought leader, international bestselling author, activist, and social entrepreneur.

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