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Rules #3b: Karma-Free Life: How to Improve Human Relationships

This Way to the Great Egress

While you are on the Earth plane, you are living in the worlds of reincarnation and karma. You come back again and again - strapped to the proverbial "Wheel of 84" - the wheel of births and deaths.

The wheels continue to spin - around and around - until you have learned all that life has to teach you. Yet, you can step out... by improving your human relationships.

You can begin to live a karma free life by following these "simple rules":

Short Course on Human Relations - Internet
Short Course on Human Relations - Confucius
Short Course on Human Relations - Customer Service
Short Course on Human Relations - NLP Perceptions

"A Short Course on Human Relations" from the Internet.

"Recompense injury with justice, and recompense kindness with kindness." (Confucius)

* #7: "I admit I made a mistake": If you are not making any mistakes, then you are not taking any risks. If you are taking a risk, then, sooner or later, you must admit you made a mistake. Co-workers were literally blown away when I would admit to making a mistake. I would often remark that making a mistake was part of being human. What mattered was learning from the mistake and taking measures to ensure that it never happened again.

* #6: "You did a good job": People are always paid in two ways: by money or by recognition. Coworkers went the extra mile for me because I always paid them with praise and made sure their boss about it (which often resulted in more money for them). If you want to improve your relationships with others, be sure to praise all of their contributions. Such payment is not only free/priceless, it can be given endlessly… and it creates the most excellent human relations.

* #5: "What is your opinion?": Others really do want to help you. When you ask others for their opinion, you are acknowledging their expertise. You are also exposing yourself to new ideas and different viewpoints. Two, three, or many heads really are better than one. Good ideas are everywhere and you attract them by asking for them!

* #4: "If you please": Instead of commanding someone to do, allow them to be and invite them to be a co-creative partner in your efforts. "If you please" gives another a choice and when they choose to do as you have asked, they do it because they want to not because they have to. A willing heart always motivates helping hands.

* #3: "Thank you!": If you want others to help you more, then "Thank You" are the two words you must often speak. Others want to be acknowledged for their contributions and efforts. Many times, a simple expression of gratitude means more than money. Saying "Thank You" does not create an obligation it only conveys gratitude.

* #2: "We": All those who achieve great success do so with the help, support, and cooperation of others. Saying "we" is another way to acknowledge others for their contributions and efforts on your behalf. It is another way of inviting, gaining, and retaining their support. "Together Everyone Achieves More" than someone alone.

* #1: "I": Some view this as the least important word, I disagree. "I" runs like a golden thread through all human relationships. "I" is the one that admits their mistakes, praises others for their work, solicits the opinions of others, invites others to be co-creative partners, says "Thank You!", and creates teams. When "I" does all of the above, that "I" creates not only good human relationships but it creates good karma right along with it. What goes around, comes around.

"A Short Course on Human Relations" from the philosopher, Confucius.

"If there is one word which may serve as a rule of practice for all one's life, it is Reciprocity." (Confucius)

* #1: "What you do not want done to yourself, do not do to others": This is the better version of the "Golden Rule" and a more accurate statement of how karma works. For what you do to others is eventually done to you. So treat life with gentleness and compassion and life will be sure to give you the same treatment.

#2: "Do not impose on others what you yourself do not desire": This is another version of the "Golden Rule" and a great guide to proper behavior. If you always reverse your actions and are satisfied that you would like to be treated that way, you are acting properly. So always "invite" others to do something, never "impose" on them.

#3: "Forget injuries, never forget kindnesses": Life is created by what you choose to put your attention on. If you focus on those who have hurt you, you will attract more negative people. If you focus on those who have helped you, you will attract more positive people. So remember kindnesses and forgive then forget injuries.

#4: "Respect yourself and others will respect you": Respecting yourself means having healthy boundaries between yourself and others. Respecting yourself means giving what you would like to get by treating everyone else with respect. There is no such thing as "higher" or "lower" people: all are equal as Soul in God's eyes.

#5: "Practice virtue and you will never be alone": Like attracts like: honest people will attract others of integrity. Dishonest people will attract karmic partners. That is why honest people do not need to distrust their friends as it is likely they will never be deceived by them. Dishonest people soon learn there is no honor among thieves.

#6: "When anger rises, think of the consequences": Anger, hate, and fear always cause individuals to make bad choices. Calmness, love, and hope always lead individuals to make good choices. Karma is just that simple when it comes to making choices.

#7: "The world is as you see it": What you can appreciate in others is a quality that you possess inside yourself. What you see in the world is a mirror of yourself, so always look for love, joy, kindness, compassion, etc and that is what you will find!

#8: "Everything has its beauty but not everyone sees it." When you find yourself judging another individual or a group harshly because of their actions or inactions, stop and look for the beauty inside them... because it is there if only you will look for it!

#9: "It is easy to hate and it is difficult to love." You can and should learn from everyone. Whether you love them or hate them, each person can teach you something. Who you hate begs for your compassion and seeks your understanding. Who you love teaches you how to open your heart even more than you thought possible.

#10: "To be wronged is nothing unless you choose to continue to remember it." Nursing a grudge only keeps it alive. Putting attention on those who have hurt you only hurts you. Putting attention on what you love and on what brings you joy keeps wrongs in the past where they belong. Forgive others to be free of grudges.

#11: "It does not matter how slowly you go so long as you do not stop." The only way to fail in the physical world is to quit. It is an abundant universe. If one person has wronged you, find another who will treat you with respect and kindness instead!

#12: "Wherever you go, go with all your heart." In whatever you do, give it your best each and every time. To succeed in life (as well as in resolving your past karma) requires your very best. When give your all, you will live a life without regrets and full of love.

"A Short Course on Human Relations" from "Customer Service" wisdom.

"Do what you do so well that they will want to experience it again and bring their friends." (Walt Disney)

If you want to have repeat customers, know that they will usually come back if:

* You keep your promises: This means that you are on time for each meeting. This means that you are prepared and ready to work. This means that you deliver exactly what you promised. This means that you charge exactly what you published. This means that you stand behind your work by offering a satisfaction guarantee.

* You are willing to help: This means that your desire to help your customers is not just motivated by money. This means that you want to help your customers move forward in their lives. This means that the most important thing is that your customers leave you feeling better and knowing more than they did when they came to you.

* You inspire confidence: This means your customers are confident in your ability to help them. This means that your customers view you as an expert in your field. This means you must demonstrate your expertise as you work and be current with the state of the art.

* You treat customers with respect: This means your treat customers as individuals in customizing your work to meet their needs. This means that you treat them with deep kindness, politeness, and courtesy. This means that you treat them as Soul, knowing that their current life experience is the lens through which they view your help.

* You make it easy to do business with you: This means that you keep good records (a customer should only have to give you an item of information once). This means that customers are confident you will respond to their concerns quickly and professionally. This means you keep all customer information in the strictest confidence.

* You always do an excellent job: All the aspects of your products or services communicate high quality and true professionalism. This means customers expect a high standard from you and they get it. The best thing you can do if you want to start and maintain a business is always to do an excellent job for each and every customer.

"A Short Course on Human Relations" from "NLP" wisdom.

"The easiest kind of relationship for me is with 10,000 people. The hardest is with one." (Joan Baez)

Here is the view from the "Neuro-Linguistic Perceptual Positions":

* "Self": This is the viewpoint of the self or the personal viewpoint. What does the "self" think/feel about the relationship? How would the "self" describe both their own and the other person's behavior? What can the "self" do to change the thought/feeling state? What does the "self" want to heal/improve the relationship going forward?

* "Other": This is the viewpoint of the other or the opposite viewpoint. What does the "other" think/feel about the relationship? How do others experience your behavior? What do they think/feel about you? What do "others" seem to want from you? What does the "other" really want out of the relationship going forward?

* "Observer": This is viewpoint of the "reasonable man" who is detached from the relationship. What would a "detached observer" think/feel if looking at the relationship from the outside? See yourself and the other person as complete strangers. What is the other person doing? How are you responding to them? Ask 'How am I reinforcing or triggering the others person's behavior?' and 'How are they reinforcing or triggering mine?' Given that, what would an observer suggest that could improve both the situation and the relationship?

* "We": This is the viewpoint of the Higher Self who seeks the complete, end-to-end solution that is the highest good for all concerned in the situation or relationship. How can everyone get what they want in a way that respects them as individuals and serves the needs of the greater whole? What else can either or both people do to improve both the situation and the relationship? How can all individuals "win" in the situation or relationship? What would be the best possible result be when viewing all individuals as a team? What creates the most good karma for the highest good of all?
Human relations can be improved when you take the time to view situations and relationships from all these points of view. It will give you different perspectives and suggest "out-of-the-box" solutions to the toughest problems.

Credits: from "Internet Human Relations" by Anonymous, "Proverbs" by Confucius, "Customer Service Wisdom" by Anonymous, "NLP Information" by Anonymous, and channeled information.



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