We tend to base all of our judgements - of ourselves and others - on what we see or hear. But ultimately, this is just our perception.
In extreme cases, our perception can be considerably warped; eg. In eating disorders such as anorexia where someone sees themselves as being overweight when they are in fact underweight, often dangerously so.
So if any one of us is capable of such a warped view of reality, is it not feasible that everyone's perception is different at any particular point in time, whether only slightly or else significantly?
Who are we really, if we are not the image we have created of ourselves in our mind's eye?
And then, who are those around us if they are not the image we have created of them in our mind's eye?
How can we harness this as a gift, rather than remaining a victim to it?
Join Claire as she ponders these questions, amongst others, and attempts to examine what impact our perception of ourselves, as well as the world around us, has on our life, our work and our joy.