Facebook is the playground for this practice. Why wait for the carnival to enjoy Bumper Cars. In the Facebook arena you can climb into your Opinion Car and gleefully bump off other opinions, trying to unseat the occupant.
But Tolle is encouraging us to play bumper cars without playing the usual game. If one can play in Facebook without the intention to unseat others from their opinion cars, well, that is a high ideal, isn’t it. If you can do that in Facebook, you can do that in the world.
The intention must shift from bumping off others to relating to others without trying to kill them, which is an avoidance of relationship. You can have relationship with another bumper cars even though they are playing the game to bump you off. What happens if you don’t play that gam, and they can’t bump you off. When they bump you, you don’t react in the usual way. What happens to their game when you don’t play by the collective rules they expect?
So they bump you again, thinking maybe you didn’t feel their bump. You don’t react, but you are still there. You respond by maintaining relationship. It’s a great practice.
At some point you either block them, or your become respected friends.