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Between a Rock and a Hard Place pt 2 – Chris Cade

by Chris Cade

“I understand sometimes situations require a fast response and a decision. If you practice the above on a regular basis, what you’ll notice is that the time you need to ‘be in the unknown’ and arive at a solution will become less and less.

You’ll also be able to more quickly recognize when you’re making sub-optimal decisions, and therefore, correct course more effectively before it’s too late.”
Many times when we are experiencing conflict, our values and integrity are also being challenged. What makes it “a rock and a hard place” is often that two or more things of importance to us are not playing nicely together.

Maybe our parents want one thing, and our spouse wants another.

Or perhaps we are sick and feel torn between conventional medicine and natural medicine.

Even more compounded could be that while you personally are fine without pain-killers because you don’t want to use drugs, but your child is in excrutiating pain. What’s more important to you? Relieving your child of pain or not using unnatural pain-killing drugs?

Sometimes it could be wanting to purchase two things we really really really want, and only having enough money for one of them.

We could be torn between trying to maintain a peaceful relationship with an ex-spouse while wondering if that is really what’s best for your child.

It can even be that we’re torn between what we want for somebody else and what we wants for ourselves.

And in one of my favorite plays, Les Miserables, Jean Valjean who steals a loaf of bread to feed his starving family.

Whatever the conflict is, when we get to the heart of “rock and a hard place” we realize that our values and integrity are being challenged.

What’s more important: Letting your family starve or breaking the law and violating somebody elses’ boundaries?

Jean Valjean chose the latter. Hopefully, your “rock and a hard place” decisions aren’t as dire as Jean Valjean’s were.

Each difficult situation challenges us to make a choice: Will we live in alignment with what is most important to us, or will we sell ourselves short?

(even if it’s just a tiny little bit)

One of the gifts of allowing yourself to remain in uncertainty, in the unknown, is that your values will naturally become clearer. As you explore different options, you can feel within which of those options feels better or worse.

Sure stealing the loaf of bread may resolve the conflict quickly. But what if there’s another solution… that you’d discover if only you allowed your discomfort to reveal more information to you?

Les Miserables is a play, so we can’t really suggest what possibilities Jean Valjean could have chosen instead. However, we can acknowledge that if he had the presence of mind to pause before stealing, he might have found a new possibility that both fed his family and didn’t break the law.

We can’t know for certain. But we can see that the choice he made landed him in prison, made him an outlaw, and burdened his soul for a lifetime.

And a lifetime is a long time to live with the inner conflict that comes from making hasty decisions that comprlmise your values.

Circling back: Many of our deepest wishes remain unconscious. We may not always know exactly what we want or need most in a given moment.

That’s one reason why conflict challenges us so much: because it is a pull between what we subconsciously don’t know we want and what we consciously think we want.

Being present and pausing allows us some space so that our subconscious wants can come to the surface. Then we can look at them and consciously choose a path that is more congruent with our values.

Over time, as your priorities and values become clearer, you gain the ability to prioritize more effectively. You become enabled to act in alignment with what you truly want. And you can do it much faster than ever before.

Take me for example:

Last year, I was faced with what some would say is a difficult situation. I’d been divorced for a while and had started building a new life in Portland OR where I lived. I was growing my roots. I was teaching at a local college. Making new friends. Going to workshops with my spiritual school.

Then when my former wife became pregnant with another man’s child, and they had a falling out, she needed more support than she had. With my encouragement, she, my son, and I, all moved to Texas where her parents lived.

I totally uprooted the life I was building to go someplace I didn’t really want to be. Why did I do it?

Because over the years, when faced with great conflicts, I progressively became clear on my priorities. I’ve shared them with you before:

(1) My personal development
(2) The personal development of others

And within that 2nd priority, includes your development and my son’s development.

I knew deep down I can do my inner work anywhere. And because my son’s mother really needed to be in TX at that time, that meant if my son were to be fully supported by his parents, I needed to be in Texas too.

For me, it was a very easy decision to make. I wanted to be with my son and support him. It was in alignment with my values and integrity.

But that potentially difficult decision was made easy by all the previously difficult decisions I made before that…

In which I had to ask hard questions and search for real answers.

Next time you are facing a real conflict, one question you can ask yourself is simply this:

“What’s more important to me?”

An extreme example of this is a hypothetical situation.

Terrorists have kidnapped you and your family. They tell you: “Either kill one of your family members, or we’ll kill two of them.”

Talk about a rock and a hard place! How do you decide what to do or not to?

This is where your integrity and values come into question. You might start asking things like:

“Who is likely to do the most / least good in the world?”

“Are two peoples’ lives more important than one?”

“Will I be able to live with myself by not choosing, knowing that my lack of choice killed somebody who I could have saved?”

“Will I live with the guilt of knowing I personally murdered one of the people closest to me in this world?”

Underneath that are your values. Maybe you refuse to harm another being, and you choosing to “not kill” is more important than saving an extra life.

Or maybe you close your eyes, randomly choose a family member, pull the trigger… knowing that the rest of them will be saved.

Or perhaps you decide who is likely to have the least positive impact in the world and shoot that person.

I don’t have an answer to that question. I hope nobody ever has to be in that extreme situation. Still, that example shows very clearly how when we’re between a rock and a hard place, what’s really happening is our values are being challenged.

And when you get clear on your values over time, those difficult situations are resolved with increasing ease and speed. The only way to get clear is this:

  • Pause and be present
  • Resist the temptation to rush to the quickest possible solution.
  • Ask difficult questions that clarify your values

If you give your inner world enough space, the right answer will always come to you. Maybe not as quickly as you’d like, but it’s there waiting to be discovered.

Your Partner In Transformation,
Chris Cade
Liberate Your Life


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