A while back, I used this practice more regularly, and still find it useful.
How would it be if there is One Taste of public and private situations? If I act in public as if I was on my own, and when I am on my own as if everybody could see me?
Acting in public as if I am on my own helps me with finding ease, comfort, allowing pretense to fall away.
Acting on my own as if everybody could see helps me find a sense of transparency, nothing to hide or protect, allowing the light of awareness into (more of) all I am and do.
Together, it helps me find ease and comfort with myself, as I am, accepting it as it is, be OK with all of what I am. It helps me find a sense of wholeness, of transparency, of receptivity, of nothing to hide, noting to protect or defend.
This is one of the many forms of One Taste, one that plays itself out on our human level.