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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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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.

“He who fights with monsters should be careful lest he thereby become a monster. And if thou gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will also gaze into thee.” —Nietzsche

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.

Barbara Vercruysse
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Barbara Vercruysse

Oh waw, this I had to hear today. And although we intellectually know most of this, sometimes we get carried away by our emotions and the people closest to us can trigger us the most, reflecting directly what still needs to be healed inside of us. Thank you for this video <3

Brenda DeHerrera
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Brenda DeHerrera

True ,lol simple but true why can’t I think like this when iam so angry

Dani Kruszewski
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Dani Kruszewski

So much to learn through such dynamics… I agree with you on many points made.
‘The heart of open-mindedness is listening’

Listening, beyond the words and vibrations shared gives us a glimpse of what lies beneath.

Gene Ras
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Gene Ras

That is so good

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Beverly Icke

Thank you so much, that was very helpful I appreciate your time.

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Surbhi Malhotra

Richik read this 💜

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Jane Wilson

Wow!! That’s all wow !

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Jennie Fortuna

Kindly Accept me ☺

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Ashish Kml

Plz … Let me join

Cat Knott
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Cat Knott

Listening and allowing with an open heart and mind is powerful

Peach Calvo Arceña
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Peach Calvo Arceña

exactly…

Kim Cormier
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Kim Cormier

People who aren’t truthful, avoid me. My energy demands truth and honesty. They feel uncomfortable around me. My energy does the work of keeping them away from me. I love it.

Jennie Fortuna
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Jennie Fortuna

Yeah. This is real

Kim Cormier
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Kim Cormier

Deborah, you’re welcome.. xo

Deborah Vigus
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Deborah Vigus

Kim Cormier BEAUTIFUL explanation, I have this too it seems, but was never aware of it as you are. Until NOW, I cannot say THANK YOU enough for sharing!!💛💛💛

Kim Cormier
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Kim Cormier

Cathy Dunn-Delemo. Because I know my energy never lies to me, I stay away from any dialogue with negativity.. I’ve been told I’m too honest. What I take from that is, they aren’t honest enough for me. Good clue to avoid them.. 💜

Kim Cormier
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Kim Cormier

Leanne Olstad, you’re welcome. 😁. I’ve felt it’s the Universe’s way of protecting me. As an Empath/medium, I’m super sensitive, especially to negativity. I used to wonder why some people didn’t like me, then I realized it was for my protection. I just shifted my perspective… big hug’s. Xo

Leanne Olstad
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Leanne Olstad

Now I know why some people stay away from me. Thanks for the A ha moment Kim!❤😘

Holly Grace Kellums
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Holly Grace Kellums

My whole family does the butterfly dance together now every day <3

Jennifer Dyer
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Jennifer Dyer

I’m sorry not to be rude but what is the butterfly dance?

Silvia Bianco
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Silvia Bianco

That’s why I got divorced. He argued about everything. I wasn’t interested

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Panda Panda
Susaye Greene
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Susaye Greene

Love you Bryant, Jenni and all of you Royals! <3

Jacqueline Dorman
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Jacqueline Dorman

When you judge people you don’t have time to love them. ~ Mother Theresa

Kevin Williams
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Kevin Williams

surrendering is reconstructing our inner most senses and understandings. Being open to re do some things, in a spiritual realm

Estrellita Garcia
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Estrellita Garcia

Yes,I agree

Sajeda Manzoor
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Sajeda Manzoor

Absolutely beautiful from inside the soul and understanding👑😊♡

Kaye A. Peters
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Kaye A. Peters

Finally here – better late than never! I’m just aspiring……….lead me there, Bryant!

Holly Kellums
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Holly Kellums

The real challenge of a crisis is letting go and trusting. It is counterintuitive to let go and trust in the moment when we feel most battered or betrayed by life — hence the challenge. Yet, it is the greatest and most rewarding benefit of any crisis. The harder we resist, the more difficult the passage will be. It is a little bit like when you are floating at sea and waves come at you. If you struggle hard, your muscles stiffen, you lose a lot of energy and breath and you might eventually risk going under. By letting go and relaxing it is easier to stay afloat. Bryant McGill

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Nuala O'Connor

Oh I wish I could😢

Sonia Okamoto
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Sonia Okamoto

I am impressed, thanks for the info…

Kaye A. Peters
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Kaye A. Peters

I’m getting this – I have been making some personal changes and I have actually seen the outcome because I have become different – less confrontive to the outside, and more introspective instead.

Hector Flores
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Hector Flores

Hello divine beings 🙏

Susaye Greene
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Susaye Greene

❤️ Hector

Catherine Reardon
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Catherine Reardon

Thank you for your nice remark.

Jacqueline Dorman
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Jacqueline Dorman

I’d rather win a friend than an argument ❤️

Kim McKinstry
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Kim McKinstry

I’m so glad you are on today. I needed some Royal time. 💕💕👑

Brooke Lillith
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Brooke Lillith

LOVE U SO MUCH ROYAL FAMMM

Brooke Lillith
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Brooke Lillith

LOVE YOU MY BEAUTIFUL SISTER Susaye Greene 😚😚😍😍👑👑👑👑❤️💗💗❤️

Susaye Greene
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Susaye Greene

❤️ Brooke ❤️

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Brooke Lillith

Cat Knott 💗💗💗💗💗💗😘😘😘😘

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Cat Knott

<3

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Brooke Lillith
Leanne Olstad
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Leanne Olstad
Brooke Lillith
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Brooke Lillith

LOVE U MORE GODDESS Leanne Olstad

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Leanne Olstad

Love you too Brooke. 💖💜💙❤💛💚

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Robert James Walls Jr.

Hello to all the beautiful royals Coast to Coast around the World love you all 😍😍😍😍😍👑👑👑

Jennifer Lyn Sanin
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Jennifer Lyn Sanin

“The art of surrender is the art of getting out of the way of your own growth” bryant mcgill

Jacqueline Dorman
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Jacqueline Dorman

Control is a by product of fear. We try to control what we are afraid of…

Jacqueline Dorman
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Jacqueline Dorman

Let love hold the door open for truth. It’s all about your approach. Love must come first.