Spirituality – Marvelous Conflict Resolution for Inner Peace and Spiritual Growth
Have Your Compassion for Solving Internal Conflict
Do You Know How to Resolve Internal Conflicts with Selflessness to Promote Intellectual Growth and Inner Peace? Read my five-step process to help release the blocks to better understand the spiritual essence of love and inner peace. It takes a few minutes a day.
Often our inner conflicts are self-conscious, which are broadly contrary to self-awareness. Unconditional love and compassion are essential elements of spirituality and spiritual growth. Apply Love to Spiritual Healing
When we apply "love" for personality, which we have judged as negative, great healing can take place. A level psychological question solution. At a deeper level, spiritual healing, releasing the blocks between one another and the Divine Essence that we are actually. One result of the inner peace is greater, as the conflict simply melts.  The Stepwise Step is the Inner Peace and Space for Spiritual Growth
Resolving Conflicts and Internal Peace
1. Determine the Conflict. Let's start as a characteristic of two aspects of your personality.
Example: I strongly felt I was angry and typically tried to suppress my anger and "be nice" and "more spiritual" until a small irritant event triggers excessive flow in the "volcanic eruption" of anger. The conflict was part of me, which would have been "beautiful" with the part I wanted to be "credible" when she admitted anger when she was still small enough to handle it without much emotional upheaval. Describe negativity. Some silent, reflective, or meditative times, and intuitive imagination suggest a character that depicts the seemingly negative side of the conflict
For example: For me Grumpy Disney's cartoon was introduced by the dwarf  3. Apply your self-esteem. Do some relaxed time – you can do it every two or three minutes a day – and apply your self-esteem to characterize the negative side of the conflict. Bring unconditional love to yourself.
For example: I imagined telling the inner Grumpy: "I love you, you are my part, and therefore part of God, and I love you as you are." I also imagined hugging Grumpy and invited Grumpy to share his thoughts with me at this imaginative level. Listening – even as a seemingly negative part of yourself – is a great gift. Write dialogue if necessary. If you are tempted to get rid of, disturb, or otherwise difficult to keep your ideas or conversations in your imagination, try a short conversation between you and the imaginative character. Make the Spontaneous Voice of the Character
Me: Hi, cheerful, Thank you for coming up with me. I want you to know I love you.
Grumpy: Er, Hi, and thank you, I guess. It's hard for me to think that you love me when you've tried a lot of time for me.
Me: I work to love myself – everything myself, and it involves my horrible part. I hope we can be friends right now.
Grumpy: Hmmm. This sounds good. But you could say it would be good.
Me: I know it looks like this, but I hope I'll show you what I mean. I do new things and other things. I just want to know that I love you and you care about me because you're part of me.
Wonderful: All right, we'll see.
Me: Bet You Tomorrow
5. Repeat until Shift is done. Continue the process every day for a month or longer, or until you find the conflict shifting. The character may change in appearance or attitude or you may experience some practical changes in how you handle your inner conflict. Do not attempt to plan or control the flow of internal interactions. Simply be open and alert and let the process unfold naturally
For example: After three days of imaginative conversation that is similar to the above, Grumpy stopped in my imagination, even when I invited him to talk to me. I do not remember any special change or magical moment, but gradually I began to have a low degree of irritation and annoyance at that moment. My husband was first surprised! If he was a little annoyed, I immediately retreated – but that did not mean great arguments. Of course, I was able to express Grumpiness easily, and occasional excessive emotional outbursts disappeared more or less.
Note: Be consistent. It is imperative to be consistent with this process as soon as it starts. To safeguard an inner aspect of your own self, you must create trust and create a new and more charitable, holistic relationship with yourself. Write yourself a daily reminder note, check this activity on a calendar page, or find another way to ensure that you continue to pass until you find the loving resolution, inner peace, and spiritual growth