In 1987, in a Landmark Forum, there was an exercise to drive this deep seated judgment about yourself to the surface. To make the invisible visible.
The question was: Who are you that you are?
I raised my hand and I was called on. I started to ramble about fear of commitment, wanting to remain a student all my life…
The Forum Leader said: Oh, you are a failure!
I set down and didn’t hear another word for the rest of the session. Continue reading “Who are you that you are? What is the bottom line about you?”