Based on responses, questions, and styles of work I've been observing, I wonder if practitioners are setting intents that hone in on the "ill-fitting" piece, the uncomfortable aspects of self, the in-pain parts.
I guess I see a lot of folks in weight-loss protocols taking a similar approach; one can hear it in their word choice. "Lose weight," "Cut fat," and "Get rid of this [grabs belly]."
Taking the Fertile Soil Approach
We're all good at pointing at what bothers us. However, being critical [or cynical] is no substitute for Wisdom.
I feel a great deal more empowered by having a good question than having an criticism-driven goal [opinion-driven].
What can emerge here?
What will emerge here?
Now I'm taking on a stance of creating a fertile environment and being a participant in a growth process.