It is not the disagreement that separates people.
It is the inability to find harmony through a disagreement.
A disagreement offers the potential to discover more about each other and ourselves …
thus, we find a way towards harmony.
Harmony isn’t about avoiding conflict
neither does it involve the need to intervene
with harmony tactics.
Allowing the tide of conflict to run its course
is essential to finding true harmony.
How do you approach harmony?
How do you approach conflict?
Harmony isn’t about avoiding conflict neither does it involve the need to intervene with harmony tactics.
Allowing the tide of conflict to run its course is essential to finding true harmony.
It isn’t disagreements that separate people. It is the inability to find harmony through a disagreement.
Through disagreements we discover more about each other and ourselves and thus we find harmony.
Being in disagreement with something does not mean we are not harmonious.
To disagree is not what interferes with harmony; it is how one manages the disagreement.
Harmony is what we can bring to that which is outside of ourselves.
When we live harmony we impart harmony.
Harmony is about how well things, people, events, environments, energies fit together. It is about concord, a sense of agreement, congruence. Harmony is not dependent upon the absence of conflict. It is through conflict that we find harmony; it is dependent upon how well we manage conflict that generates harmony.
When we do all for the sake of peace and harmony, we forsake harmony. In essence w are ‘sweeping under the carpet’ we create a guise for harmony. And harmony does not thrive or flourish in guise.
Often times, like happiness or fulfilment or peace, we seek these elements outside of ourselves. Yet these elements can be found within. That is not say we cannot find them outside of our state of being, certainly harmony can be found in the company of another, seeking a quiet place or communing with nature. But to resonate with harmony is to generate – emit harmony and thus we find ourselves in concord with that which is around.
Harmony is always available to us; we find it in nature, our divinity and in discovering more about who we are, dispelling negative thoughts, listening to emotions, fears, relinquishing the need to be right, or wrong, pushing through conflict or that which confronts us, surrendering to healing and applying forgiveness. When we find a sense of harmony within we radiate this quality and impart it to others.
Thought To Ponder
What are your beliefs regarding harmony?
What is your experience of harmony?
Do you radiate harmony?
Do you seek peace or harmony at any cost?
Can you find harmony even when conflicted or in turmoil?
Do you tend to ‘sweep things under the carpet’?
Do you bring harmony to situations?
Can you list ten things that bring harmony to your life?
Can you identify where you bring harmony?
Are there areas you need to find harmony in?
What does harmony mean to you?
How would things be?