How to Navigate Misunderstandings and Arguments

Jamie invites in her spiritual team and channels Maitland to give advice on strengthening our communication techniques. Maitland shares some tips on separating confusion from anger when dealing with conflict.

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10 comments to How to Navigate Misunderstandings and Arguments

  1. jannauary at 7:16 pm

    Good stuff! The All Star Team. Alchemy. Thank you.

    • jannauary at 7:18 pm

      Not that any of Fab Four isn’t our gold on their own!

      • jannauary at 7:20 pm

        Yikes. Fat finger syndrome. THE Fab Four… PURE gold.

  2. ttottx at 12:18 am

    Maitlands Gas Station Bathrooms Review! 😛

    I had to rename this place ‘The Planet Stupid’ since we call come here to be the stupidest we can be.

    And the adult comes out and says ‘you dummy! quit letting the ball roll into the street!’ 😛

  3. haclayton at 11:33 am

    Hi guys, great episode! I was particularly moved about victimization. As a health practitioner and as a patient, I come across this quite a lot. People experience health crises or life-altering events and struggle to move beyond their experiences. These events can be quite traumatizing. I’d be very interested in seeing an episode about the internal and external components of victimization and how people can empower themselves. I’d love to learn how to help myself/provide guidance to others.

    • Jamie Butler at 9:25 am

      You got it. We are putting this on the list! Thank you for taking the time to let us know what you are thinking:) -Jamie

      • bonniebabird at 5:21 pm

        Adding my voice to haclayton’s request for more on the subject of victim perspective. It is tied into conditioning of “not enough”, so very common in our human world. You may need many more videos on this!! Thanks again for the teachings.

  4. burmy64 at 9:22 pm

    Super surprised she didn’t raise her hand LOL 🙂 –Barrett

  5. bonniebabird at 11:32 pm

    I’m reading Nonviolent Communications right now!! How’s that for synchronicity!?! Great to hear further lessons from Dr. Rosenberg and the TEAM. Recently had to take a pause from both of my adult offspring and its one of the most painful events that I’ve had to deal with. Just can’t argue or defend myself with a diagnosis of hypertension, so it IS an empowering act for me. So appreciate the process of such communication – as encouragement at this time and better communications with them in the future sometime. Most important lesson from the book? Have EMPATHY for ourselves in order to offer it to others!!! Absolutely! Thank you ALL

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