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Etymologically, transformation means to change form, move across, or even what is now called a “shape shifter” in the world of story. It implies actual development, evolution, change of consciousness, image, and form. The word is used to imply looking out from a genuinely new source and center, which usually means seeing things in a larger and more holistic way. A transformed person is a participatory self, an inclusive self, a generous self, revealing a measurable move toward compassion—and beyond protecting one’s personal autonomy and small egoic reference point. This change sometimes uses specifically religious language but not necessarily at all. It too often gets in the way of what is really happening or not happening. The important difference to point toward is one’s observable capacity to include, forebear, appreciate, and understand. Without these, there could not be any discussion of true transformation.