When someone shoots an arrow at you, don’t be there.”
My teacher Baron Baptiste reminded me of this Zen proverb last year standing on a beach in Maya Tulum.
We started our conversation (a conversation that helped me reset my bearings and shift my listening) somewhere else, but what was coming up was that I was upset about feeling targeted. Unsafe. I felt a real pain in realizing that even though I strive to bring joy and openness into people’s lives, I am sometimes met with adversity. In fact, not everyone likes me. Read More