Stop Fault Finding and Blaming Others: Most Effective of All Conflict Management Techniques

As long as you find fault in others, you suffer.

Now, no more suffering

But how can you stop blaming others? How can you break the veils of flawed vision? Are there any conflict management techniques? The question might arise in your mind that, “How can I accept that it is all my fault?” To this Param Pujya Dadashri says,Suffering in this world will remain for you as long as you see faults of the world and others. Freedom will be yours when you see the world and others as innocent.” Once you start to accept that, it is my fault and stop blaming others, you experience inner peace

The Gnani Purush (Enlightened One) through Self Realization, gives us the flawless vision, with the help of which, we stop finding faults in others. With this Flawless Vision, which is one of the effective conflict management techniques, you will see people, things, and situations the way they are.

Read on to know how you can progress spiritually by finding fault in yourself.

Flawless Vision - Seeing own mistakes

We should not hurt others by thoughts speech and action.Not a single bad thought for anybody is the ultimate achievement.

Spiritual Quotes

  1. All misery and suffering in this world is a consequence of lack of understanding.
  2. When you engage in criticisms you are dissipating your own energies.
  3. When you confess your mistakes, your strength begins to grow.
  4. When you begin to see your own faults, you have attained Right Vision.
  5. The nature of mistakes is such that once you become aware of them, they leave.
  6. Once you are awakened to The Self, you become aware of your mistakes; otherwise you can never see your own faults or mistakes.
  7. You are your own protector and your own destroyer. You are whole and sole responsible for yourself. You are the only boss.
  8. Suffering in this world will remain for you as long as you see faults of the world and others. Freedom will be yours when you see the world and others as innocent.
  9. Once a person decides that he wants to destroy all his mistakes, he can become fully enlightened.
  10. No mistakes can touch the one who is in his pure state of awareness.

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