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Ways of Seeing - Truth & Conflict

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Sascha Meier (Alexandra)
Personal Development & Mindfulness Coach
When we are suffering because of distance, cancellation, or conflict with someone in our life, we can learn to sense how we are triggered and become aware of the stress or anxiety we are holding and our relationship to it. Turn to this mindfulness meditation practice to access different ways of seeing conflict, for the expanded perspective of your emotions, and to witness the relationship with yourself and others in moments of vulnerability.
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Believe in your gold
This meditation really touched me. I am currently going thorough some conflict where I feel that I keep abandoning myself because I’m feeling overwhelmed by the strong emotions. I latch onto those thoughts that tell me I’ll never be worthy of love and connection. What this meditation did was remind me that I am NOT my thoughts and my feelings are real but the story im telling myself is NOT true. Then giving myself some love and compassion as I work through this conflict, really helps to create more space inside of me 🙏🏼
Ways of Seeing - Truth and Conflict
I learned that I shouldn’t be afraid to face the strong beliefs that I hold and see if they’re benefiting me or not. I can interrogate them, then listen to my body/ mind and find out how to be compassionate to myself.
Do not have to accept
I learned that I do not have to accept and hold on to the frustrating feeling that an individual had attempted to bully me via his usual harsh verbal language.
I learned about how I can digest conflict in my life. What is true as opposed to what I believe to be true. It's hard to wrap my head around this.
Suffering is real but not true
Spin the narrative. Two sides to every coin. “Ok cool”, re-focus
Truth & Conflict
Great meditation. I was able to bring forth a conflict, or separation from a loved one, and say I love you, I'm sorry, to both the person and myself. The other conflict was someone who I've completely severed ties with. It was a long time coming. I still completed the above regarding that person.
Finding peace in loss and comfort with a loved one. How is that possible
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