How often do you defend yourself? A lot or a little? When you stick up for something you're being, doing, having, or that you believe in, do you use emotional enthusiasm, exclaiming “oh this is GREAT and I got SO MUCH out of it and if ONLY YOU TRY it I'm sure you'll get something out of it too?!!!” Or do you use intellectual prowess, trying to suffocate your opponents in piles of...smarts? Whatever approach, how does it work? Do you enjoy it and does it create the result you desire? Or do people judge you as weird, whacky and wrong, and run away no matter what you say? Would you like more people to see what you see? If so, ask “What if I didn't need to defend anything?” Then when you feel the urge to defend, simply smile and say “Yes, you're right.” What if by removing the defensive barrier people are used to pushing up against, you created the space for them to question? In that space, what might they see?
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