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Conflict Resolution

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Conflict Resolution

Canadian Tree Essences

While I was away on Huna training, I had a dream about the Tree Essences that I have integrated into my business.

 

I was telling someone about how amazing they were, and then met up with some else who was having a personal challenge.  I suggested to him that he take Conflict Resolution.  I took some out, gave him a dose and took one myself.  I love that my unconscious thinks as highly of them as my conscious mind does!

 

And as luck would have it, this was one of the essences that I had brought with me.  With 5 people sharing a small condo, I thought it might come in handy, but it is also extremely effective for internal conflicts.

 

After my dream, I started taking the vibrational essence immediately to assist me in releasing any internal conflicts that might get in the way of understanding and integrating my course fully.

Conflict English Bottle

 

This essence speaks of kindness, cooperation, openness, harmony and understanding of self and others. It promotes a state of inner peace, helping to find resolution between conflicting thoughts, ideas, actions or goals – internal or external.

 

If you often say “I don’t get it” or “It’s not fair”, this essence can assist. If you avoid confrontation, feel closed or isolated, feel misunderstood, judged or any kind of rivalry or competition, Conflict Resolution can help pave the way to harmony.

 

Behaviours that would benefit from this essence include avoiding people or ambiguous situations; being confrontational, hostile or manipulative; lacking respect or empathy; finding excuses, blaming others or self, and always finding excuses. Even strongly associating with a group, idea or cause or having difficulties accomplishing cooperative tasks can indicate an imbalance.

 

If you are having difficulty reaching a goal, there may be an internal conflict at play.  Let’s say you are working diligently to be successful in your work but not having much luck. You may be holding an unconscious fear of success that conflicts with your goal. You might even hold the fear of failure and the fear of success simultaneously. Conflict Resolution can help you bridge dichotomies.

 

Conflict Resolution is best taken frequently when in conflict, 7 – 8 times per day for the first 2 or 3 weeks.  Once a greater sense of harmony arises, you can continue to take up to three times a day.

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