As such, it's not what you currently see in the "mirror". This is the trap. It is the "form", of the teacher, the method, the philosophy that you aspire to become. When you have done so, this is the beginning of truly "seeing yourself".
While I, like the next guy, love swirling my mind in philosophy - at the end of the day sometimes people want a certain tangible result. (yes this statement can be taken and spun into a philosophical statement of the hows and whys one should go past this and that...
But there are many levels and aspects to everything in life.
In real world terminology - give me the video and let me learn!
And while Im at it, I will continue to seek that which is more spiritual.