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Harmony of Mind-Body-Spirit #196. July 2019.
It's Tony from the Aikido Health Centre with your Harmony ezine packed full of Unique Tips and Insights on aikido, health and well-being.
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In this issue, you'll learn about Conflict Resolution and how to deal with confrontation... details below. Next month we turn the spotlight on in-depth Pulsed Electromagnetic Frequency Test Results - stay tuned!
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One of the most compassionate ways to resolve aggression is through conflict resolution. If you can see a situation from someone else's point of view, with empathy you are able to dissolve a problem... in many cases.
Conflict is a large part of nature and the universe, but we tend to react to it with resistance. This we have learned through our upbringing... parents, grandparents, education, the community and society that we live in.
Problems cannot be solved with anger and aggression, which are often unconscious habits. Conflict resolution principles help people take a look at their default way of dealing with tension and stress.
Many of us have been trained by our past experiences to see our lives in a competitive or negative way. By observing human beings on the planet today, we see selfish behaviour with a 'look out for number one' attitude.
There seems to be a belief that there is not enough to go round, so people
tend to take what they want in life regardless of the effects it has on other people. In fact, there is more than enough to go around.
For change to take place three things have to be realised, that can be found in Aikido and conflict principles...
1 - We certainly cannot change what we do not acknowledge. We must first know the problem in order to change it.
2 - We must then accept the problem as it is, and allow it to be. Then by being flexible we can flow with the conflict energy.
3 - We can then ask ourselves... Could I let it go? Would I? When?
These simple questions can bring immediate answers, and encourage us to let go of the feelings and emotions surrounding a problem.
Once we have cleared the emotional content, then the problem either disappears or becomes much less important to us.
Aikido and conflict resolution are experienced everytime we step onto the mat
in the training dojo. We are constantly told to relax, as tension and resistance are weaker and less effective.
When we relax, move and flow from our centre of gravity, our techniques become more effective. Training ourselves and our aggressor, in this way, we are able to control them without causing harm.
Conflict resolution is often taught in lecture format, with words and descriptions. When people actually take part in an Aikido class, it can be experienced by the body and mind, which is a powerful lesson.
During Aikido training, we are relaxed, open to energy and willing to flow with it. Holding the mind on the 'One Point' in our centre, allows us to focus, be more alert, aware and alive. In this state we learn faster.
Aikido teaches that we can use these skills in our everyday lives. When conflict arises in us, we just breathe deeply, put the mind on the One Point, relax, and release the tension.
If you wish to
influence someone, you have to convince them that you are on their side and have concerns in common.
One of the best ways to achieve this is to be a good listener. Show interest in what other people have to say to you. Be agreeable with them and put your points across in the natural openings. In this way they will relax in your presence and the conversation will go much more smoothly.
See life from your attackers point of view with empathy and you can dissolve most conflict situations.
Okay, I have given you an overview of conflict resolution from an aikido perspective. Maybe you would like to learn much more about it from an expert, who has been studying, practising and teaching it for years.
Who Do I Recommend?
One of my favourite authors on this fascinating subject is Judy Ringer. She has been working in the field of conflict resolution since 1980 and has made a vast study of the subject.
have been following Judy's work for years, and have several of her products, which I can highly recommend...
Unlikely Teachers is excellent. Its about finding the hidden gifts in daily conflict, Judy shares how aikido can help you generate more power, presence, and flow in your relationships. Unlikely Teachers offers you personal stories, reflection, and practical tips to help develop your best self.
Turn Enemies into Allies offers you a way of working with clashing employees that is deliberate and systematic, one that draws on the author's expertise in conflict and communication skill-building and a decades-long practice in mind-body principles from the martial art aikido.
Visit Judy Ringer's Website to check out her vast knowledge...
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1 - Breathe DEEPLY and Relax.
2 - Drink Plenty of PURE Water.
3 - Eat ORGANIC Food and Supplements.
4 - Focus on POSITIVE Thoughts.
5 - Positively EXPRESS Your Feelings.
6 - Gently STRETCH for Flexibility.
7 - List Your Life GOALS.
8 - ACT on Your Plans.
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Tony Wilden is an Aikido Instructor and qualified in several Healing Arts. He has a deep interest in spiritual matters, optimum health, environmental issues, and the creation of harmony between people and nature. Tony is on a path to wisdom, freedom and power and shares his insights on aikido, health, universal principles, ancient knowledge and master strategies.
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