The Spiritual Problem Solving Is Much Different Than The Techniques Generally Taught By Parents, Schools Or Communities

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Spiritual problem solving is much different than the techniques generally taught by parents, schools or communities. It works by maintaining integrity with spiritual principles, focusing inwardly through the process and attracting the solution effortlessly. Normally we learn to solve problems differently, whether the problem may be regarding relationships, family, work, play, an illness or a new purchase. We are generally taught to focus our energy outwards. Analysis and intellectual evaluations take the lead, often to the point that our mind is consumed by the problem. If the life problem is important enough to us, we may also feel justified stepping on other people 's toes, or pushing through towards our goal, even if it is at the expense of others. Accumulating debt, being dishonest and manipulating others are all normal behaviors. We may neglect ourselves and those close to us. If we are successful, but have under emphasized spiritual principles along the way, we are likely to find that our satisfaction is short-lived. Soon we need something else to change in life, and our happiness costs more time and money to maintain. Our life becomes busier and more complicated. Our relationships with other people may feel distant or become primarily a source of frustration. The emphasis in spiritual problem solving is much different and the ability to attract a solution, almost magically, speaks for itself. The most important spiritual principle to understand, when it comes to

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