The themes of this session are knowledge and choice, the inner and the outer, science and spirituality, and the multiple paths of development. The quest for metaphysical understanding is rarely the product of mere intellectual curiosity. Usually it comes from other, more practical questions. One of these is, How do I live? How do I do this thing called life? In this session, questions like these take the form of an inquiry into how to make choices, what to trust to guide us through life. As usual, we subvert the question and point attention to something else. In addition to the invitation in 2.2, the main session here contains a very powerful practice you may want to implement: to notice and/or recall your state of being immediately preceding a choice. Because, when we think we make a choice, it often is not a choice, but an automatic response arising from a set of circumstances. By giving attention to those circumstances, they begin to change.