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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 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.

Bryant McGill

Bryant McGill is a human potential thought leader, international bestselling author, activist, and social entrepreneur.

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