Often when we want to learn something, we feel we must start by being taught what to do. In the subtle areas of human behavior, that approach is usually upside-down.
It is best to begin with resting into our own self, into the depth of who we are: Being.
Then comes Merging – understanding, communing with, or “becoming one with” who (or what) we are dealing with.
Knowing naturally results from being and merging. We automatically begin to know the person (or thing) with whom we have merged.
Doing becomes the obvious next step. Once we know someone (or something), we automatically know what needs to be done.