In applying these principles to Twin Flame relationships, there are plenty of people who'll relate to what they're reading. And if you're here to read more about the dynamics of a collective, probably in the corporate sense, you'll find a lot of people you come into contact with across the remit of your existence experiencing these things, and who knows, you might find yourself relating to concepts that hadn't occurred to you before.
As this is a template for a 'mission statement', we'll outline what's intended and think about how to get there. The objectives are wide-ranging so read into them according to your own track. Let's say for argument's sake that you are going through the mill with your TF (twinflame) relationship, you have a karmic partner adding strings to the complex bonds you're wrapped up in, and you've already found that the more you struggle, the tighter it all gets, leaving you stressed and anxious and wondering what to do next. Paradoxically you've got a company with a culture problem, feeling the same kinds of tension for what appears on the surface to be very different reasons, while wondering where the motivation will come from to change things for the better.
Objective: To transcend the situational stress and be able to think clearly.
How to get there: Well, don't try too hard to do anything. The more you struggle to achieve this position the more elusive it'll get. Forcing yourself into a corner while the situation escalates isn't going to help, but at the same time you do have to take responsibility for it. You got yourself into this mess, as the song goes. Not that you chose to, for in all likelihood it's just the way things turned out to be, so your job now is to step back and start letting things happen. When you let things happen, you can more clearly see what's happening. As you take the role of the Observer for longer periods of time, the aspects you observe will start to look rather different to the way they looked when you were trying so hard to fix them.
Objective: To reach a peaceful state of mind that you can share with other people.
How to get there: You've taken responsibility for the tests you're facing now, but it's not helping if you find yourself on a guilt-blame cycle. This is a cycle you're sharing with other people, spinning the run-and-chase dynamic like a neutron star spins energy. In fact that's what you're doing - spinning energy. In looking after a corporate collective, how you work with it yourself will translate into how your workforce feels. In a TF situation, how you feel and how the other party feels are mirrors that can juxtapose (one feels joyful, the other feels sad) or synchronise, depending on where you are in the journey. The two situations are almost polarised, but we're dealing with metaphysical elements of how the Universe works, and those elements apply to all our relationships one way or the other. So to reach a peaceful state of mind, you have your inner turmoil to work through and that requires time, patience and trust. Time, in that you can't hurry love - you're learning how to handle Love energy which means counteracting Fear. You don't need to meditate, although it won't hurt if you do. You absolutely do need to avoid judgement. In either of these situations, judgement means everyone comes off worst. Ego-battles can rage out of control while you're striving to reach this state of inner calm; the only way you're going to win is to leave preconceptions behind and start opening yourself up to the miraculous transformation that comes with a new kind of access to a totally different kind of portal.
Objective: To put your circumstances on cruise-control and enjoy the ride.
How to get there: Life is a journey, not a destination, so we'll stick with that analogy. Getting to the point of cruise-control does necessitate a certain amount of soul-searching and finding therein an ability to heal parts of the Self that hitherto remained buried, unnoticed, but inclined to catalyse reactions within you that lead to communicative disasters. Ego has the overt job of getting you what you want, but you've probably noticed that it comes with the underlying pricetag of uncertainty. Uncertainty is a quantum principle, so there's no getting away from it, and if you can work with that, you're more than half-way there.
In either situation, it's very likely to be worth the effort, for we're in this for a reason, and we have to let the reason be Love. Write your mission statement with these aspects in mind, and you'll be amazed at what you can achieve by taking out the effort and putting thought, first and foremost, into the process. Oh, and while you're at it, make sure you walk around with that energy you're carrying, purposefully and balanced, for it's no good strolling along at zero-point-five miles an hour if you want to keep yourself fit for purpose.