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Resolving Conflict: A Practical

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Human behavior is a creation of millions and millions of emotions, opinions, brain associations, suppressed desires and expressions. What emotion will strike when and how you will react to it is always unfathomable. It needs great practice and analysis to know yourself and your emotional pattern. So it was good that I got time for myself to understand things and to make a mental preparation so that I could remain calm and composed when I have a conversation with her. The situation that aroused in the meeting was definitely a conflict situation.

It triggered a little anxiety and excitement in me as it was a role play and people were going to watch me. I was thinking that I will work out all the aspects of a conflict situation very easily. After all, it’ s just a role play! However, I was proved wrong. My first step started before I got inside the room. I realized that I was tense and was getting stressed about the whole situation. I knew that I need to practice centering technique. Centring is a technique that balances our emotional, mental and physical aspects and hence helps us to respond in a mature and calm manner in any stressful situation.

[1] Chapter Aikido, Pg. 2)So becoming calm and centered was very important. Centring, on a spiritual level, means responding from your Hara chakra ( Hara chakra is a Sanskrit word for the energy center which is located just below the navel) which is called the base of life. If you are centered, you are calm and the stress level decreases to a great degree. Fortunately, I knew a technique which, when practiced makes you directly to work from Hara chakra.   The best way  is to keep your hand a  little below your navel, put  a  slight pressure and  breathe deeply so  that you feel  the breath touching the Hara chakra.   This helped me to  calm down and feel centered.

  ( Osho, 2002, Pg 18-19).   The setup was  a  room  with  a  round  tea  table  and  two  chairs  on  both sides.

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