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Lösungswege

 

Blaue Kornblume

Die meisten Probleme
entstehen bei ihrer Lösung.

Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519)
italienischer Universalgelehrter, Naturphilosoph


 

Auftrag erfüllt – Feinde ⇔ Freunde


Portrait des Kaisers Taizu der Ming Dynasty, China
Zhu Yuanzhang (1328-1398)

Ein König schickte seinen Feldherrn mit einem Trupp Soldaten
auf ein Schlachtfeld außer Landes. Sein Befehl an ihn lautete:

Vernichte meine Feinde!

 

Feldherr und Heer waren ausgezogen. Doch niemand im Reich hatte erfahren, was sie in der Ferne ausgerichtet hatten. Als der König nach vielen Monaten noch immer ohne Nachricht geblieben war, schickte er einen Kundschafter aus, um die Lage im Kriegsgebiet zu überprüfen und ihm Bericht zu erstatten.

 

Im Feindesland stieß der Bote auf ein Lager, aus dem schon von Weitem das fröhliche Stimmengewirr eines Festes zu hören war. Der Feldherr und seine Soldaten saßen gemeinsam mit den Feinden des Königs an einem Tisch und feierten.

 

Der Kundschafter stellte den Feldherrn seines Königs zur Rede:

Ihr habt den Auftrag des Königs nicht ausgeführt!
Statt die Feinde zu vernichten, habt ihr euch mit ihnen verbrüdert.

 

Gelassen erwiderte der so gescholtene Feldherr:

Den Befehl des Königs haben wir sehr wohl ausgeführt.
Der Feind ist vernichtet UND
wir haben neue Freunde gewonnen!

 

Um deine Feinde auszumerzen, befreunde dich mit ihnen. Chinesische Weisheit

 

Inspiriert durch: ► Beitrag Der Befehl des Königs, präsentiert von Zeitzuleben.de, 1. Juni 2007

Buschfeuer-Dilemma

Problem: Ein Aboriginal sieht, dass ein rasendes Buschfeuer in seine Richtung wächst. Er hat panische Angst vor Feuer.
Lösung: Er entfacht hinter sich ein weiteres Feuer, um damit die hinter ihm liegende Steppe abzubrennen. Er wartet, bis die Steppe verbrannt ist und schreitet dann über den Ascheteppich. Auf der anderen Seite des Ascherandes kann das große Buschfeuer ihm nichts mehr anhaben, da es auf "verbrannter Erde" keine Nahrung mehr findet.

Ödipus löst das Rätsel der Sphinx.

Lösung:
Problem:

Zitate zum Thema Lösungswege / Solutions

Zitate allgemein

Liebt eure Feinde und tut denen Gutes, die euch hassen.
Jesus, laut Lukas 6, 27 (NT)

 

Empfehlungen

  • Willst du ein Problem lösen, so löse dich vom Problem. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) deutscher Universalgelehrter, Bühnendichter, Schriftsteller, Aphorismus
  • Wir können Probleme nicht mit den gleichen Denkmustern lösen, die zu ihnen geführt haben. Albert Einstein (1879-1955) deutschstämmiger US-amerikanischer theoretischer Physiker, Entwickler der Allgemeinen Relativitätstheorie, Nobelpreisträger in Physik, 1921

 

  • Im Leben gibt es keine Lösungen. Es gibt nur Kräfte, die in Bewegung sind. Man muss sie erzeugen und die Lösungen werden folgen. Antoine de Saint Exupéry (1900-1944) französischer Schriftsteller, Flieger

 

  • Die Welt erwacht zu einer gewaltigen Wahrheit: Frauen und Mädchen sind nicht das Problem. Sie sind die Lösung. Nicholas D. Kristof (*1959) US-amerikanischer Journalist, Autor, Kolumnist, zweifacher Pulitzer-Preisträger, Leitartikelschreiber, New York Times, Sheryl WuDunn, US-amerikanische ehemalige Times-Korrespondentin, Expertin für gelebte Menschlichkeit, The Women’s Crusade, übers. "Der Kreuzzug der Frauen", New York Times, 23. August 2009

 

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Ursachenbekämpfung ist ein Kampf mit Windmühlen.

General quotes

Famous political phrase

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Szent-Györgyi's description of his creative process is remarkably like that given by French mathematician Jacques Hadamard (1865-1963) in his classic The Psychology of Invention in the Mathematical Field.

  • Scientific creation is in many ways germane to artistic creation [...]. In order to solve a problem, I have to think very hard about a problem but this thinking never leads me anywhere; it is but a necessary priming process. Finding myself unable to solve my problem, I 'drop it', that is, let it sink into my subconscious. How long it stays there varies. Then, unexpectedly, the solution is passed into my conscious mind. My brain must have done as the Hungarian laxative which was advertised: "While you sleep it does the work." Albert Szent-Györgyi (1893-1986) Hungarian physiologist, Nobel Peace Prize laureate in physiology or medicine, 1937, article On Scientific and Artistic Creativity, presented by peer-reviewed academic journal Leonardo published by the MIT Press, Volume 6, Number 1, S. 57-58, Winter 1973

 

  • People, I just want to say, can we all get along? Can we get along? […] We've just got to, just got to. We're all stuck here for a while. Let's try to work it out. Let's try to work it out. Rodney King (*1965), 1. May 1992, 3rd day at court, Los Angeles riots 1992, cited in: The New York Times, Seth Mydans, 9. March 1993

 

  • I don’t know how to save the world. I don’t have the answers or The Answer. I hold no secret knowledge as to how to fix the mistakes of generations past and present. I only know that without compassion and respect for all of Earth’s inhabitants, none of us will survive – nor will we deserve to. Leonard Peltier (*1944) Dakota, Chippewa Native American activist, member of the American Indian Movement (AIM), jailed for murder (*1977), Harvey Arden, editor, Prison Writings. My Life Is My Sun Dance, Griffin, June 2000

 

Insights

  • It isn't that they can't see the solution. It is that they can't see the problem. Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874-1936) British journalist, writer, The Scandal of Father Brown, chapter "The Point of a Pin", 1935

 

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Note:

This phrase was originally coined by David Bohm.

  • Every problem is caused by its solution. So therefore, let's go for it. Video interview with Dr. Victor Vernon Woolf, US American physicist, founder of the method Holodynamics, Holodynamics, part 4, interviewer Lita Cox, Holodynamics graduate, minute 11, 2009

 

  • The best way out is through. Robert Frost (1874-1963) US American poet, Pulitzer Prize laureate, source unknown

 

  • The chief cause of problems is solutions. Eric Sevareid (1912-1992) US American elite war correspondent, CBS news journalist (1939-1977)

 

  • A problem well stated is a problem half solved. Charles F. Kettering (1876-1958) US American inventor, engineer, businessman, holder of 186 patents

 

  • There is no more neutrality in the world. You either have to be part of the solution, or you're going to be part of the problem. Leroy Eldridge Cleaver (1935-1998) US American leading member of the Black Panther Party, political activist, self-confessed rapist, convict, writer, source unknown

 

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Lucid dreaming research results:

  • Research analyzed 160 individual dream reports of both lucid and non-lucid dreamers, examining the responses to both logical and creative tasks. They found no significant differences between lucid and non-lucid dreamers in terms of the logical problem solving. When it came to solving creative problems, however, researchers' analysis determined that lucid dreamers had an edge over non-lucid dreamers. Lucid dreamers were more successful in creating metaphors than non-lucid dreamers. Blog article Dreaming and Our Waking Lives, presented by US American liberal-oriented online newspaper The Huffington Post, Dr. Michael J. Breus, US American clinical psychologist, board certified sleep specialist, 5. December 2014, updated 4. February 2015

Literary quotes

  • You know what the issue is with this world? Everyone wants a magical solution to their problem, and everyone refuses to believe in magic. Lewis Carroll (1832-1898) English mathematician, logician, Anglican deacon, photographer, writer, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Macmillan, 26. November 1865

Humor

  • If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the precipitate. Steven Wright (*1955) US American comedian, actor, writer, source unknown

Quotes by David R. Hawkins

Caveat: See Power vs. Truth, January 2013

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Taking personal responsability – overall solution to problems

 

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Power Win-win solution
Forcewin- Lose situations

  • One indication of a low energy attractor field is a struggle of opposites. Whereas power always results in a win-win solution, force produces win-lose situations; the consequent struggle indicates that the correct solution has not been found, as when the assertion of one group's interests violates those of another, or the rights of the accused conflict with those of the victim. The way to finesse a high energy attractor field solution is to seek the answer which will make all sides happy and still be practical. Such solutions involve utilization of both the ameliorative right brain as well as the judgmental left brain. One basic principle has the power to resolve the problems of the social marketplace; it may be stated: Support the solution instead of attacking the supposed causes. Attack is in itself inherently a very weak attractor pattern [LoC 150] leading through fear to intimidation, coercion and, eventually, moral corruption. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Power vs. Force. The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior, S. 139, Veritas Publishing, 1995

 

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Fighting against causes is like fighting against windmills.


 

  • Question: I notice more often that I cry, then I get really excited that I am joyful, thinking I am advanced.
    Answer: Don't rate yourself or evaluate; the phenomena come and go. Don't worry about the higher states. Don't worry about getting hooked on the higher states. Joy will only run so far and then you will see the end of joy. Each thing will come of itself and has its own solution. Every step has within itself the kernel of its own solution. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Sedona Seminar God vs. Science. Limits of the Mind, 3 DVD set, 17. February 2007

Englische Texte – English section on Letting go

7-Step model for conflict resolution – Stewart Levine

Resolving conflict – Stewart Levine's model
StepActionDescription
1.Have the attitude of resolution.Get in the frame of mind to be willing to resolve conflict. Focus on what the conflict is costing everyone and what everyone can gain from a resolution. Stop thinking of conflict as a win/lose proposition. Arguing over who's right often does not lead to a resolution that anyone wants.
Open up and be truthful. Commit to and invest yourself in the process.
2.Tell your story and listen to the story of the other side.Resolution arises from sharing information, while conflict arises from withholding it.
3.Listen for a preliminary vision of resolution.As you get more information, check to make sure that your vision meets the concerns of all the parties involved.
4.Get current and complete information on the issues.You must be up-to-date in order to move forward with a resolution.
5.Reach an agreement in principle.Come to a broad understanding of what the resolution will be.
6.Craft the new agreement.Create a template for agreement including the following elements: Intent, specific vision, roles, commitments to action, timeline, measurements of satisfaction, concerns and fears, renegotiation, dissolution, consequences, dispute resolution, and management of the process.
7.Celebrate the resolution. 
Source:Stewart Levine, US American creative problem solver, practicing lawyer, author, Getting to Resolution.
Turning Conflict Into Collaboration
, Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 1st edition 1998, 2nd edition 1. November 2009

Compliance to orders – Turning foes ⇔ friends

A king sent out his commander with a troop of soldiers to a foreign battle field.
His command to the general was:

Vanquish my foes!

 

After the general and the army had left the kingdom the regent had not received any news about what had resulted on the battle ground. After many months had passed the king, disquieted, sent out a scout to search for the commander and to report back.

 

On assumed war territory the scout came across a camp, out of which one could hear gay babble of voices. Coming closer he found the commander and his soldiers sitting together with the king's foes at a table and having a good time.

 

The scout took the commander in charge to task:

General, you have failed to execute the king's order!
Instead of eliminating your king's foes you are fraternizing with them.

 

The chided commander serenely replied:

Certainly, we have executed the king's command.
The enemy is vanquished AND we have made new friends!

 

To vanquish your enemies, make friends with them. Chinese proverb

 

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Literatur

Literature (engl.)

Externe Weblinks

External web links (engl.)


  • Blog article Dreaming and Our Waking Lives, presented by US American liberal-oriented online newspaper The Huffington Post, Dr. Michael J. Breus, US American clinical psychologist, board certified sleep specialist, 5. December 2014, updated 4. February 2015

Audio- und Videolinks

  • Videovortrag von Paul Watzlawick (1921-2007) österreichisch-US-amerikanischer Kommunikationswissenschaftler, Psychotherapeut, Psychoanalytiker, Soziologe, Philosoph, Autor, Wenn die Lösung das Problem ist, präsentiert vom deutschen TV-Sender SWR, Sendetermin 25. Februar 2007, YouTube Film, 44:06 Minuten Dauer, eingestellt 23. August 2011

Audio and video links (engl.)

Shifting the common goal of MORE economy to a BETTER economy (more sustainable, democratic, and just)

 

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