Dis-Solving Conflict from Within presents a new paradigm for looking at conflict. Instead of seeing conflict as the force outside of us we must escape, avoid or control, this book invites the reader to look at the source of conflict, which is within each and every one of us. The source of conflict is trifold and consists of story, attachment to that story (which creates an identity) and e-motion (our experience when we are triggered). By recognizing these three elements and then creating some space between them, we are able to respond to conflict with strength, clarity and ease, instead of reacting to it with fear, avoidance or aggression. The book presents a simple 4-step process for tuning inward in conflict and guides the reader on how to use this process as a tool for transforming inner, inter-personal and greater social justice conflicts into opportunities for growth, connection and dialogue.