It is fascinating how clearly we can see the blind spots that others have and yet we cannot see our own. Of course, that is why they are called blind spots. I do not see blind spots in judgment or as weakness at all, simply as a process on the journey. I have plenty, and I face them as I am ready. I also have a calling to work with people who are ready to look at their blind spots, to face them and thus eliminate them and the issues underlying those.
This is delicate work and must be handled as such. We are all faced with this to some degree in our lives. I have found that it is best to lead by example and speak in terms of best practices for my life and the lives of my clients.
Most importantly, I continue to learn to refrain from advising those who haven’t sought it. That has been a process for me and I practice applying it more every day. If someone is not ready, then it is none of my business. Zero. I send prayers and good thoughts and I see great outcomes for them. However, it is not my place to force my ideas or opinions of how to do something on anyone. If they are drawn here and request my help, then great, that is another story. If not, I let them be and trust that they will get exactly what is necessary when it is necessary in the best way for them. Perhaps they need nothing at all and anything contrary was only my opinion.