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Going In: Co-Creating a Greater World From Within

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  • Alexis Rague
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Quiz 15 of 15

Windows to the Soul Insight

EXERCISE: Windows to the Soul

To up the ante of connecting with people, look straight through their eyes and into their soul with complete compassion. This comes with practice, and a certain clearing of your own projections. Many times deep eye contact is a sensitive action that leaves people feeling vulnerable. Some people get nervous when eye contact lasts longer than a few seconds, while others may be masters at seeing through. Before you initiate deeper eye contact, simply just honor the being before you: their light and dark, their love and pains, their journey. These thoughts of acknowledgement spark compassion, a form of love penetrates all layers and walls. Practice holding eye contact with someone without any intention except for a pure and platonic appreciation exchange of being. Exercise upmost respect and boundaries with this practice.

Eye contact. Eye gazing.

Describe here encounters and notes from the field. Field notes.

“Go and love someone exactly as they are. And then watch how quickly they transform into the greatest, truest version of themselves. When one feels seen and appreciated in their own essence, one is instantly empowered.” -Wes Angelozzi

“Important encounters are planned by the souls long before the bodies see each other.” -Paulo Coelho

“Give people time. Give people space. Don’t beg anyone to stay. Let them roam. What’s meant for you will always be yours.” -Reyna Biddy

“If two souls are meant to be together, they will always find their way back to each other in this and every life.” -Ralph Smart

“A soulmate isn’t someone who completes you. No, a soulmate is someone who inspires you to complete yourself. A soulmate is someone who loves you with so much conviction, and so much heart, that it is nearly impossible to doubt just how capable you are of becoming exactly who you have always wanted to be.” – Bianca Sparacino