Changes in the way I show up in the world usually begin with small shifts. I'm curious if this is consistent with your experiences.
For example, at present I'm experiencing a shift in my thinking about pronunciation and spelling, two areas of language arts where my default position has always been conservative and, more often than not, inflexible. And though I arrived at that traditional position honestly - my parents stressed both, as well as standard grammar, at our regular dinner table conversations - my line in the sand is moving.
Because spelling was my only predictable "A" throughout grammar school, I suspect losing the judging monkey and getting more tolerant in that area will take longer than it will with pronunciation. But experience tells me losing that monkey in any domain of life has no downside. Is developing an open mind about the spelling and pronunciation of others a worthy pursuit?
Yes or no, a shift is underway in me.