As small, helpless infants we learn to relate from a position of powerlessness. This impression of ourselves in relation to others is fundamental in our subconscious. Our mentality is dominated by this sense of primary inferiority. We speak always to the other rather than from ourselves, making the perception of our experience superficial: denying our depth.
Released from these primary limitations of self-conception our communication originates in our depth and penetrates to the being of others.
Joy is the fragrance of our every expression and compassion is the impression of every gesture.