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Conflict in Relationships Printable Version PRINTABLE VERSION
by NaBeeel, Canada Dec 7, 2005
Health , Culture   Poetry



When listening to another person,
Don't just listen with your mind, listen with your whole body.
Feel the energy field of your inner body as you listen.
That takes attention away from thinking and creates a still
Space that enables you to truly listen without the mind interfering.
You are giving the other person space - space to be.
It is the most precious gift you can give.
Most people don't know how to listen because
The major part of their attention is taken up by thinking.
They pay more attention to that than to what the other person is saying, and
None at all to what really matters:

The Being of the other person underneath the words and the mind.
Of course, you cannot feel someone else's Being except through your own.
This is the beginning of the realization of oneness, which is love.
At the deepest level of Being, you are one with all that is.
Most human relationships consist mainly of minds interacting with each other,
Not of human beings communicating, being in communion.
No relationship can thrive in that way, and that is why there is so much conflict in relationships.
When the mind is running your life, conflict, strife, and problems are inevitable.
Being in touch with your inner body
Creates a clear space of no-mind
Within which the relationship can flower.



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I love people with respect to Live and I have a reference for the God. I like positive people with ideas to help and empower others

write political editorials on topics ranging from the years presidential election, the emerging nuclear crisis in North Korea, to cultural and social issues and problems affecting the United States and the world peace.

I'm eager to hear what other people have to say about issues, whether I agree with them or not. In my opinion, that is how one gains knowledge, by taking an issue and studying it and applying different perspectives, and taking those perspectives and using them to make change in the world around you.

I also have other hobbies, non-political related such as listening to music, roller blading/skating, and hanging out with friends.

Being nice and honest is my best policy for my life pursuit, but not at the expense of other people’s happiness. Being wise enough to reach for your hand and touch your heart and sole , therefore not taking chances or wasting time in trying to live your life while it lasts, trying to please others, when the truth is you can’t please everyone at the same time .
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