We generally want evidence that something works, and our first thought is it’s to be found “out there.” What have other people done?
There are sound enough reasons for looking at things this way, and it can be important for influencing stakeholders and their decisions.
But at the same time, the habitual response is a sophisticated form of helplessness.
We could look for our own evidence. We could check the idea out for ourselves in actual experience. Then we would have the certainty of inner knowing.
The voice of direct experience has a different quality.
Much more powerful than “evidence” on a piece of paper.
In other words, whatever it is, just try it.