Many will never approach this question and will remain uncomfortably content in the false concept of life, for there is great fear associated with the realisation that “I am not who I thought I was”. It can be likened to the low hum of a fridge in the background that you don’t hear until it is turned off.
It is a practice worth perfecting, for if you persist and perfect the act of maintaining eye contact you will see truths in other human beings that may have lain hidden previously and you will also reveal the truth in your own heart. To use this practice for effective engagement with other human beings, you MUST be centered in your true self. If you are not the truth will lie hidden from you, and your relationships will lack true honesty and connectedness.
Creation comes from a connection to The Truth, the artist knows this. Conformity puts kids in the same uniform and expects them to meet the predetermined criteria for success. When they don’t measure up we label them as Dyslexic or Autistic or tell them they have ADHD and pump them full of drugs to “cure” them. We need a change.
This is a demonstration of The Mirror Effect and can be seen clearly where both observers have a differing evaluation of the subject. You see a nice person, someone who is kind and friendly. Your friend sees someone who is deceitful and unsubstantial. Why is that? The person you both refer to is the same person for both of you, so why do you both see someone different?