When you're in a deadlock with someone, would you like to have the stickiness fall away, and open doors to new possibilities with ease and speed? If so, first acknowledge the other person's point of view by saying “You're right, I'm wrong” three times. Then ask “What can I do to make up for the damage I've done?” Check your energy matches the words. Asking sarcastically or angrily doesn't work so much. The magic is in the energy. When you let go of your fixed points of view about being right, the flood gates holding back a tidal wave of possibilities will open and you may discover something you could have never imagined. At the very least, the deadlock will disappear.
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