Safety is in the light side of intimidation. Safety implies that people can be real. They can learn and grow in an atmosphere where their knowledge and contributions are valued. It is based in trust as opposed to intimidation which is based in fear.
“I could not tread these perilous paths in safety, if I did not keep a saving sense of humor.” – Horatio Nelson
“Confidence, knowing for certain that the person making the call has your safety foremost in their mind. And knowing that the job you are about to take on is the right thing to do, that it makes sense.” – Paul Gleason
Questions to ask:
- Where am I fully myself, fully the real me?
- Where am I valued?
- Where do I value others?
- What can I do to proactively value myself and others?
- How does trust, courage, honesty, creative, accountable, and values-based relate to safety?
- What does safety feel like energetically? Notice it; experience that feeling.
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