When we observe life, we become a true scientist and don’t get caught up in life. Another way of saying it is that we are getting out of our head and living in the present while being fully committed to life and the life lessons presented.
Tanya Curtis, Senior Behaviour Specialist and founding director of FABIC Behaviour Specialist Centre, explains that observing life leads to understanding life, understanding other people and how they experience the classroom of life. Observing life does not just happen via our eyes but encompasses all our senses.
When we observe life, we are not a character in a play on the stage but the spectator, fully engaged in the activity of observing life without getting caught up in judgment, opinions and pictures of how life and other people should be.
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