I’ve been trying to spend more time living in the zone of curiosity with my relationships.
Removing myself from a place of judgment and instead, observing words, actions, choices, feelings – at a distance. This practice is serving me. It allows me to see and hear people the way they show up instead of the way I decide to see them.
My personal perspective falls away and the truth shows up.
Sometimes the practice feels scary.
Removing the “I” when we show up in our relationships means letting go of being right (and wrong). It means you have to be willing to let go of the past. No expectations, fresh-face every. single. day. Every single moment.
I don’t always succeed. But I try to remain as self-aware as possible. When I fall of the horse, I do my best to get right back on.
No expectation. No judgement. What do I want to create in this moment with this person?