Conflict Resolution

NLP Approach

Problem Solving


Yoga 10-step Guideline for
Resolving Inner and Outer Conflict


Rama Vernon
Yoga teacher




Express Truthfulness

by aligning thoughts, words and actions




Being truthful has many facets including following through with our commitments, not saying one thing and doing another. It is also not saying one thing to one person and making a contradictory statement to another. It is also not saying another.

Truthfulness constructs rather than destroys; it is not a state of angrily hurling our opinions or judgments to others, thinking them to be fact.



Facts are visible. Truth is invisible. Vadim Kotelnikov quotes  

 Truthfullness is taking responsibility for our own judgments of others by looking to the source of our projections within our own selves. It is the direct expression to another, free of the anger that arises out of our own unfilled expectations and desires.




Truthfulness is the gift of non-criticism. It expresses the thoughts and words that heal rather than wound the hearts of others. There is great power in truthfulness. When truthfulness is achieved, your words will acquire the power of fruition and manifestation.





Yoga 10-step Guideline for
Resolving Inner and Outer Conflict

1. Practice Non-Violence

2. Express Truthfulness

3. Develop Non-Covetousness (Non Envy)

4. Assume an Attitude of Non-Possessiveness

5. Regulate the Senses

6. Purify Motives

7. Cultivate Contentment and Serenity





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