So meditation only gives you eyes to see the conflict. Before you were in the situation of conflict, now that you are out of the situation, you can see it more clearly for what it is. So your healing technique has nothing to do with meditation, meditation makes it easier to see the problem but it is not what is solving it. To solve it you need to do something actively - in your words: you "assert a new intentional directive to replace it". What would that be in practical terms? Let us say I see a conflict - I remember some event that happened in the past, and left a bad taste in my mouth, now that it re-emerges I'm bothered by it again, it is something I would prefer not to remember, it gives me a bad feeling. You say I have to do something about it, what would that be? would it be saying something to myself? would it be remembering something? Would it be simply to observe the memory in a non-judgmental way, I mean, how do I translate what you suggest into a particular action? Is it something I should do? or a particular thought I should think. You say I have to actively do something, the awareness itself is not enough, but action is something very concrete, so what would this action be?