Living our daily lives, allows the journey to be an experiential journey. Every encounter, every person we meet, as we share our stories and listen to theirs, shows us where we are on our life journey.
In conversation, sometime I hear, "judgement" being passed, either on oneself or another. This is a good time to pause, why the judgement, which "I" is passing the judgement…the pause will allow one to ask this question. Inculcate a sense of awareness, and use the awareness as the vehicle to travel on this path; ride this vehicle alongside.
How does one build the awareness. Many words and techniques have been mastered and suggested. One finds the heightened awareness as an artist, an athlete, or engrossing oneself in a hobby, to be in the "moment", "zone" or "now". For me Meditation has been the tool, the Breath the anchor. The Discipline of setting time for daily practice the Way.
Tu Eres Mi Otro Yo – (You Are My Other Self). A Mayan concept of unity, we learn to be ourselves through our relationships with others.