now you see me....

Close your eyes, take a deep breath.


Remember that moment when you were not at your best.  Your posture, the way your body felt, what was happening in your mind, the words that came out of your mouth, how you felt afterward.  And the person on the other side of the table sees you at your worst. They see you as worse than your best. Perhaps they get angry, or shutdown or both.  They dismiss you. They label you.

One more deep breath.  Reset and…

...remember that moment when you were not at your best.  Your posture, the way your body felt, what was happening in your mind, the words that came out of your mouth, how you felt afterward. And the person on the other side of the table sees your earnestness, your care, your fear, your drive, and your heart.  They don’t see you as worse. They don’t see you as not at your best.

They simply and profoundly see. you.

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Note: you can cannot make someone see you.  
Inquiry: how can you be one who sees?