Hey Sandra

There may be some truth in 'walking in the shoes of someone you admire' - like James Bond for example! Remember the Openhand level 2 course - where I get people to work in diads and they imagine a movie character they greatly resonate with? And then I get them to express from that place?

It's because what you admire in someone else, is ALREADY a gift of beingness in your soul that is waiting to emerge. So by witnessing reflections in the mirror, helps you embody your own frequency - it is not their's, it's already becoming yours.

That's why movies can be so compelling and why some actors become great - they are great at expressing particular characteristics of the soul.

It's an open question to all - which actors do you admire?

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