1. This practice is rooted in the faith that our consciousness is served by developing diversity and flexibility in our attentional skills.
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  2. Throughout the day, check in with who's driving the vehicle that is you. Here's one approach to take whenever you remember, at any time of the day:
  3. You've got to serve somebody, yes indeed.Bob Dylan, 1979
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  4. Once we've both identified our areas of shame and brought enough self-compassion to those areas to actually be able to look at them, we can use them to guide us home to our Unique Selves. 
  5. Once you have a clear idea of the chapters of your life story about which you still carry shame, you can begin to work with them.
  6. Shame is a pretty useful thing, at least in part. 
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  7. Do you keep the Sabbath?
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  8. Alone or with?
  9. Are there aspects of yourself that you struggle to forgive? Perhaps there was an occasion when you caused another person great pain.
  10. Just as each of us is unfathomably, excruciatingly unique, so, too, will be the practice each of us adopts.
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