Welcome to Relationship Wednesdays. Thanks for joining because when I film videos it gives me a chance to talk about what I’m passionate about and that gives me a sense of fulfillment. Again, thanks for being here. I appreciate it.
What I’d like to talk to you about today is a sensing. Do you sense the situation? Do you sense your partner? Do you sense what’s happening? That’s really important because in our over stressed world where we’re busy, we’re overtaxed, we’re under educated in some situations, we’re just overworked, we lose sight of what’s important, and more than that we lose touch with what’s important.
Part of what I’d like to give you as an exercise to work on is feeling into things, sensing things at a deeper level, not just, oh yes, she’s smiling or sad, okay yes, my partner’s fine. Or yes, he’s happy, he’s kind of stressed, okay I should stay around from him. I just came home from work and I am stressed.
What I’d like you to do is to feel in and actually sense the situation. What is the person really experiencing? In other words, start to develop your intuition — that gut sense. What’s really happening in a situation whether you’re in a boardroom, you’re working with people, you’re out with friends, not just skipping off the surface talking about politics, what’s happening in the world, or what you’re ticked off about.
Actually start to sense and feel into it in a deeper way because when we do that we get a deeper connection with a person, which means that’s going to pay off a thousand times, especially at work, because you’re going to see things that maybe you could’ve missed before or you did miss before. You’re going to have more information and that in return makes for a far more successful life.