Work with another person directly on the relationship between you and another. Invite the other to say what he or she senses/feels in the moment as the two of you engage with each other. Also, invite the other to tell you what he or she sees in you; that is what are their ideas about who you are and what motivates you. Also, invite the other to say what might be missing from what what is experienced and interpreted. In particular, use what is described as missing as an indication of what’s missing in the world for this person. The internal/inner and the external/outer are mutually reflective of each other. You can give feedback about your experience. Include your feelings and vision about the other in such a way that they do not feel burdened, compelled, and/or oppressed by your words or your tone.