Conflict Management Using The Law of Attraction

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Poem for Life

People are often unreasonable, illogical, and self-centered ~ Forgive them anyway.

If you are kind, people may accuse you of selfish, ulterior motives ~ Be kind anyway.

If you are successful, you will win some false friends and some true enemies ~ Succeed anyway.

If you are honest and frank, people may cheat you ~ Be honest and frank anyway.

What you spend years building, someone could destroy overnight ~ Build anyway.

If you find serenity and happiness, they may be jealous ~ Be happy anyway.

The good you do today, people will often forget tomorrow ~ Do good anyway.

Give the world the best you have, and it may never be enough ~ Give the world the best you’ve got anyway.

You see, in the final analysis, it is between you and God ~ It was never between you and them anyway.

Author: Mother Teresa

“Begin challenging your own assumptions. Your assumptions are your windows on the world. Scrub them off every once in awhile, or the light won’t come in.” Alan Alda

“The creative individual has the capacity to free himself from the web of social pressures in which the rest of us are caught. He is capable of questioning the assumptions that the rest of us accept.”

John W. Gardner

Being a Law of Attraction Coach is easy. I can teach a few simple rules about law of Attraction. I can apply them in others situations. However, living the Law of Attraction is really hard some times. If you have been following my blog you know I said that living the Law of Attraction made demands that you change. Well, I am living it, I don’t want to be one of those teachers who is only teaching because they need to learn. Although I have found down through the years that is true.

I have been experiencing a conflict with a co-worker or should I say several coworkers for a few days now. I sat down and meditated and prayed about the situation. What I found was my feelings were hurt because two of my coworkers went behind my back and talked to the boss. The boss then talked to me about it and he did not ask me what I thought he just told me how it was going to be. He was. He based his saying these things on an assumption that is the way it was after listening to the nurse and two other employees. I felt it was very manipulative. I was angry. We have all been there so this is a familiar scene I am sure. Then the self pity set in. “I have been so good to these girls and they betray me.” I have been off and on angry about this. I thought I had it turned over to God. But then it would jump up in my face again. So I had not really let it go.

I was given some really good answers in my prayer sessions. These girls are all very young and have issues with their mothers. I am a mother figure; so go figure.

Life works like a mirror when one is frustrated with others miscommunication probably one is not communicating enough information. Then the mind takes over and fills in the blanks with assumption which problably are not true. But the mind likes logical explanations so we assume. For example a child stays out late. The parent worries. What happened to them? Are they hurt? Then when they show up we get mad. Why didn’t you call don’t you know you scared me half to death? Assumptions are based in fear. We assume the child does not care enough to call. We operate on the assumption is the truth.

I also assumed how the other girls would react if I told them how I really felt about the situation. I too was acting on an assumption. When we act on assumptions we are not living in the moment but living in the future or the past.

Even after some clear answers I still wanted to hold onto it. Don’t you know my feeling were hurt. So I decided to put the Law of Attraction to work in this situation.

I wrote a clear intention about how I wanted to communicate with both these girls. The nurse I work for, the owner of the company.

I have no control over others how they will act or react but I have control over me and how I think so what I create in my life. I planned to have an open mind and to listen for more information.

So after writing a clear intention. I prayed about the situation. Then I visualized things as I would like them to be. How I would like to act and react. I continued to visualize the rest of the day off and on about it. I also am writing about it.

So what I saw in my visualization is me communicating clearly with these four people. I saw me being kind and loving in each communication. I set limits and set out my conditions clearly with all of them; but I actively listened to their wants and needs and acknowledged them. I did nothing to retaliate or get back at them. I simply sent them love. I thought about all the good things about each person. Every time they came to mind I jotted down a good thing about them. Then I thanked God for them.

I added forgiveness to my list and forgave myself and them for any miscommunication and any misunderstanding. Once I felt peace within myself and I had quieted all the emotion I was able to look at the situation with reason and a willingness to take responsibility.

I used this affirmations throughout the day.

Through the harmonizing love of God within, I interact with others in kind and caring ways.

I always communicate clearly accepting the other person point of view even if does not agree with mine.

Divine love fills all my communication and relationships. I love people and the perfect people come into my life.

Silent Unity

I am a peacemaker.

As a child of God, I am an expression of divine love. Knowing who I am, I dedicate myself to living in harmony with all people. Each new day is a fresh opportunity to rededicate myself to being a peacemaker.

God’s love is powerful. As I think and speak and act from the love of God within me, I am loving and compassionate, calm and assured. Love gives so much to me and also gives through me. I feel God’s support as I carefully choose my words and consider how my responses may seem to another.

The look on my face and the tone of my voice convey harmony and acceptance. Because others perceive me as friendly and approachable, they feel at ease and willing to cooperate.

God’s love for me and within me prepares me to live and work in harmony with others

Daily Word

Further Reading

The Eight Essential Steps to Conflict Resolution (Paperback)

by Dudley Weeks

Settling Disputes: Conflict Resolution in Business, Families, and the Legal System

Book by Linda R. Singer;