Live wall less. Come out of your silo of like mindedness and put no new walls around you. When we stand unprotected, many of the perceived danger disappear. When you have nowhere to hide, you allow yourself to be seen.
Practice kindness. When there is kindness, there is no need for walls. So, if I promise you, I will never consciously hurt you, will you slowly take down your wall one brick at a time and let me in? If you are vulnerable, chances are you will get hurt; but the same vulnerable that opens you to pain, also allows you to ask for help.
When we let others help us, we experience the beauty of being loved. When we become vulnerable, and allow the world in, the world cooperates with us to help us. The practice of Being Vulnerable invites us to come out from behind the walls of loneliness so that we may connect to new people, experiences and situations we could never even have imagined were possible.