Break Down the Wall
Have you ever noticed that you may connect and communicate with one person more easily and freely than with another?
Why is this?
Why do we act and interact one way when we are with a person, one-on-one, then behave and treat them totally differently when we are with a group of people?
This is an invisible wall we have created that hardens and separates and, if left unattended, may separate us from ourselves, our spouse, our kids and our community. Through our example, we teach our children to hide their true selves and only let it peek out in certain instances, therefore becoming more exclusive and closed instead of receptive and open.
How do we shift towards becoming open?
We simply start by allowing ourselves to become vulnerable and willing to let others in.
Begin by breaking down the wall!
Allow people to see you for who you really are. Then you can have access to the love, joy, compassion, and happiness that is alive within you and we can share in it, as well.