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Peace in the Competitive Workplace Environment

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- Why do I allow the attack?

- Most of all, why do I believe them?

Realize the true source of fear by not running away, and instead, allowing it to arise so that it can be recognized and released. As you permit the pain to be felt, you will gradually recall and have memories in your psyche of other painful experiences. This is your opportunity to witness to yourself how you received and came to believe these ideas and descriptions of yourself and how these fears have become you!  When you recognize the fear is inside you, you will be liberated. You will be free to respond from your authentic self without blame or defense.

Discovering your true self, your inner spiritual greatness, is difficult to do when you have incorrect beliefs about yourself. Clearing out the fictitious thoughts about yourself requires the willingness to face your pain and your greatest fear--that you are not worthy. Allow the pain that is hurting you now to be the door to your release. You do not have to keep replaying this scene of emotional suffering. The truth is that you are glorious beyond words--all these little beliefs are nothing but shadowy veils. These veils of protection keep us from being fully alive and joyous by filtering the light and shrouding us from seeing our true selves.

When we can replace fear with trust and compassion, there will be a shift in consciousness. People everywhere will be restored to their true identities, their inner spiritual greatness. What a blessed day when we take off our ego defined masks and see our brothers and sisters standing there, our beloved fellow souls, whom we had mistakenly identified as the enemy--both in the workplace and the world. 

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Danna Beal, M.Ed., international speaker and author of "The Extraordinary Workplace: Replacing Fear with Trust and Compassion" shares a compelling message for rebuilding relationships in the workplace and healing the workplace culture. Boldly (more...)

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