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We don’t see things as they are. We see them as we are.

There is a special quality of stillness in a person who encounters the shadow wholeheartedly.

Your body may relax in their company because it understands, in the subtle communications of their presence, that nothing is excluded in themselves, therefore nothing in you can be rejected.

Such a person, who has given up guarding against the shadow, who has come to wear their scars with dignity, no longer squirms from discomfort or bristles at suffering. They no longer brace in avoidance of conflict. They carry a deep willingness to dance with the inconstancy of life.

They’ve given up distancing as a strategy, and made vulnerability their ally.

— Toko-pa Turner