Mediation’s Higher Calling: Feel the Love

What is Mediation?

There are many benefits to mediation, including spiritual and emotional, according to an article written by Dr. Denisha Shah. Attorneys who use the mediation process may focus on the more immediate benefits (ideally, a case settles and a file closes). Still, there are more extensive benefits that all participants may benefit from.

“Infinite love is the only truth. Everything else is an illusion,” Dr. Shah quotes David Icke. The mediation process is part of that infinite love (though feeling it may be more challenging in some cases than others).

These words ring true with the logic that forms the core for the holistic and integrative practice of mediation, conflict resolution, healing, and eternal peacemaking,” Shah writes.

Mediation is a much better way to settle legal claims because it “…will perpetually contribute to bringing more harmony, empathy, and infinite love to the society, as it resolves universal conflict situations, reduces hostility and stress, as well as improves and expands loving relationships between individuals forevermore.”

“Most importantly, the mediator serves from the heart as a mutually dependent guide in tune with the infinite, the supreme heart, and all other hearts. The classical mediator helps create win-win situations and endlessly expands the magic of love everywhere.”

The mediator’s job is to allow the parties to consider each side’s arguments, wants, and needs to reach the best possible outcome. “Hence, the prototypical mediator’s path has no depth, as its boundaries are ever-expanding and creating never-ending stories of infinite love.”

One of the mediation’s significant benefits is saving time compared to litigation. Mediation can occur during a conflict from before filing a lawsuit and even. At the same time, a case may go through the appellate process. Another benefit is that it “…should be used to improve the community life and increase mutual empathy for the benefit of our co-dependent human family….”

Mediation is a much less stressful and burdensome way to reconcile the parties engaged in a legal dispute. If an agreement is reached, it should be memorialized in a valid, binding contract that can be enforced by a court if violated.

Benefits of Mediation

Mediation’s benefits spread far beyond the confines of the conference rooms in which the parties meet, discuss their positions and come to a resolution. “Holistic and integrative mediation encourages empathy, respect, dignity, and, most importantly, spreads infinite love for the benefit of the whole human family.”

If you represent a party in a legal action or a dispute that may lead to a lawsuit, choose mediation to reach a mutually agreeable resolution. Mediation is a process that should be less time-consuming, expensive, and stressful than the litigation process. Your client and the whole human family will be glad you did.

Steven Mehta
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