Conflict (5 of the Brain)
When I talk and, for some reason, my emotions flare up and I don’t let others get a word in, I’m provoking an argument. I feel discriminated against and unfairly treated and can’t defend my point of view. I’m offended, withdraw and feel resentful. This results in stubbornness and conflict. Selfishness, greed or envy are also catalysts for dispute, discordance and disagreement. There is disharmony and ill-feeling. When acquisitiveness shapes my thoughts and actions, arguments with others easily arise. Conflict is the expression of the lack of self-confidence and unfulfilled desire for love and attention. I take the time to get clarity on the subject of the argument and decide whether I’m prepared to make a compromise. I end the conflict, feel better and have energy to do things that make me happy. Problems are better solved without argument.