As a facilitator, I can’t do my own work.
TA: As a facilitator, I can do my own work.
Sometimes it just happens, it’s where the mind goes.
I can take guidance from the client: find how what the client says is true for me.
When there is silence, I have opportunity to explore it as my own inquiry.
I can make a note of my own beliefs (about facilitation, the client etc.) and inquire into these later.
Facilitating brings up beliefs in me, which I can take to inquiry.
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