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Gate of Dialogue
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Gates of Power

Gate of DialogueSpiritual and mystical experiences inform us of the oneness of all creation. Science has shown us that all life is an intricate fabric of subatomic particles, or waves, continuously communicating with each other – interconnected and interrelated. As part of the fabric of life, we are also interconnected and interrelated. The Gate of Dialogue facilitates our sense of connection.

The exercises within The Gate of Dialogue help us explore the importance of relating consciously and constructively with ourselves, others and all living things. This Gate provides a thorough study of all the important elements of effective communication, including the art of listening and mirroring, the practice of subjective expression using the four magic eyes, the skills of negotiation, acknowledgement, and appreciation, etc.

Gates of Power Method defines three aspects within our inner being:

1. The Emotional Self (the aspect that holds all our emotions and emotional imprints)

2. The Defensive Self (the aspect we have developed to survive and create a sense of safety)

3. The Expanded Self (the aspect that holds our wisdom, spiritual knowledge, and deep intuition)

Ideally all three aspects must work together in unity under the leadership of the Expanded Self. This is usually not the case. Most of the time the three inner aspects are not communicating effectively with each other or the communication is hostile, broken down, and counter-productive. The result is inner conflict and a sense of division and disruption within the self. This weakens us and prevents us from realizing our wholeness and true fulfillment. The Gates of Power Method provides specific exercises and processes that heal and strengthen the communication between the three aspects, thus assisting our inner unity, clarity, and power. 

Many of us engage in a negative dialogue within ourselves, being critical and harsh. It is most important to transform our internal dialogue into a compassionate, creative, and constructive one. A healthy inner dialogue creates clarity and confidence, which allow us to relate and communicate with others authentically and effortlessly. Positive relating leads to effective communication. Effective communication leads to strong relationships. Strong relationships mean productive and joyful partnerships, a sense of connectedness and fulfillment.

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