Conflict Resolution

NLP Approach

Problem Solving


Yoga 10-step Guideline for
Resolving Inner and Outer Conflict


Rama Vernon
Yoga teacher




Purify Motives




As we release the motive for power, success and recognition, we learn to take up each action for the sake of the action alone, letting go of the need or attachment to a particular outcome. In conflict resolution, it is extremely important to do everything possible to bring about healing of the situation and then let go of a desired outcome.



Self-discovery quotes love Vadim Kotelnikov  

Our mission is to be a spontaneous channel for the outpouring of love with no self reference or need for self-recognition. Purifying our motives require a constant watching of all desires and hidden agendas that cross our mental horizons.




It is endeavoring to take an action while at the same time, letting go of our desire for a specific result.

Pride may be the outcome where there is desire for achievement or an attachment for the results of our actions. Pride breeds separation and is a hindrance to our sense of oneness with all humanity.



Lao Tzu advices

Love the whole world as if it were your self; then you will truly care for all things.

Lao Tzu

Tao Te Chin



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

8. Develop Equanimity

9. Learn from Inspirational Role Models

10. Remember God or "Higher Self"





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