The princess is standing in front of a brand-new, blurry mirror. She wants to put on her make-up, but she cannot see her reflection clearly. She smears her lipstick. She steps in close to the mirror and notices that the protective film is still on. After removing it, she sees herself clearly. Now she can put on her make-up.

''Once upon a time, there was a woman who went all in in order to work it out.''

The notion of not being able to work it out

In order to ‘work it out’ we have to ‘go in’ – accessing the problem, the emotion or the consideration. The keyword here is contact. We need to be in close contact with the heart of the matter and the emotions it evokes. By carefully and attentively sensing our own body we gain the information we need for a rational decision making process.

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