The higher your value, the easier it is to get away with saying something weird.
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The reason we are afraid to open up, to share some things is the fact that we are afraid of how others will react.
If you want to make someone be comfortable in your presence and feel safe to open up, consider reducing the filter you use for "judging" the world around you.
So instead of talking about what we really want, we put on a sort of filter and spend the time discussing the weather, classes or sports, because all these are safe topics.
Sharing something slightly odd about you will signal to the other person that you don't really care about what others think and also that you are not a judgemental person, so they'll feel safe in your presence.
You can use them to guide the conversation in a way that leads a person to open up.
How they work: you make assumptions about someone based on your observations and see if you are right or not.
How they help you: these questions show that you pay attention and care about what is being said. And if the assumption is wrong, they will react to it; you can use this reaction and start a new related conversation.
The one who can master the emotions can master actions and the one who masters actions is the master of all future realities.
Now we look at the stories of 2 different men, 2 different world views, 2 different goals and ultimately, 2 different paths.