The thing that stands out to me today is that we all have a deep desire to be seen. It is unlikely to walk away from a KPP workshop or session feeling unfulfilled and unseen. I often forget that being seen is not a common experience for most of us and I am often surprised at how good it feels to see and be seen. It may be vulnerable and uncomfortable at first but when I move through the discomfort it always feels natural and right, leaving me feeling more human and more connected to my fellow humans. In a world where we are not encouraged to see each other for the divine children of God that we are, or to show are true nature for that matter, it can be quite unusual to step into a KPP session and set our masks down, as the person across from us does the same. This mutual act of vulnerability is what allows for authentic connection and relating that so many of us unknowingly are craving. I have learned that most people are uncomfortable with this experience for the first few times and eventually learn to embrace it and thrive from and welcome the healing and connection that is facilitated by passing with one another.