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August 8th, 2017 | 15 comments

People don’t always agree with you, right?

Whether it’s a minor disagreement or not seeing eye to eye on fundamental values, the goal of unity is to accept diversity.

Can you imagine what life would look like if you could stop caring about what other people thought and proving yourself right?

How much energy would you save if you could just allow space for both of your opinions to exist without needing one person to be a right and one to be wrong?

This question is the heart of this week’s Tejal.TV episode.

If you struggle with always wanting to be right or feeling offended if someone disagrees with you- this one’s for you.

This exercise will open your mind and heart that all of us are moving through the world with different perception of the world and hopefully build some empathy and help you shift out of a negative mind-frame more quickly.

And even better- you can practice this with your children too to help them learn that happiness in life is all about how you view it and that’s something we all control.

Now, I’d love to here from you in the comments below:

What topics do you hold so rigidly and firmly and get defensive if someone has another perspective on it? Can you use this exercise to release control over your rigidness and allow another perspective to exist. Keep repeating this exercise until your heart and mind get more open. 

That got you thinking right? Remember to share as much detail as possible in your reply. I can’t wait to hear the breakthroughs you experienced from this exercise. Your comment can help someone else see their world in a new light.

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for adding your voice and helping build a more positive and inspiring online community.

Remember. Each of us forms a perspective of our life based on our own experiences, beliefs and thoughts. Create space for your reality to be different than others. That’s how we bring unity through diversity.

If you have friends, family or colleagues who tend to want to always be right, forward this to them. They’ll thank you for the fresh perspective,

With so much love,


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15 people have commented
  1. I can definitely get defensive if someone challenges how I am parenting my kids (even my spouse and I can have challenges with different approaches to punishment, I’m a little more of a pick your battles type whereas he is more strict in general).

    • We truly are a work in progress. I truly believe one simple shift in perspective is a miracle. So the willingness to see things from a new perspective is all it takes.

  2. I always try my best to see different perspectives, and honor them. I have to say that I do have my moments though, and this is such a great reminder!

  3. I like this! I think it’s definitely important to learn how to compromise- I’m very defensive over my kids and how I parent them, so I could probably be more open to others suggestions!

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