The depths with which you explore your inner self depend on you and the things that affect you in a way that grabs your attention.
Month: February 2018
Sometimes we get stuck in where we’re headed because of second guessing our intuitions and when we look for guidance elsewhere to stay open to other ideas this second guessing of ourselves leads to greater confusion on what to do.
“It is not by stomping your feet to the ground that you affect change, it is by leading it through your everyday actions, how you treat others; ultimately, what you share with the world.” ~ FNM
The bias towards doing things for one’s self can lead to situations of stress and concern for people who are trying to pursue inner growth and harmony.
Being vulnerable is something people talk about, go through, and explore at lengths with the external components first; while inner focus (to understand one’s own feelings and reactions to being vulnerable) is not as predominant. When your attention is finally brought to look within yourself on being vulnerable: you are able to understand the depths of how you deal with vulnerability…
Having awareness of the layers and filters that affect your day-to-day interactions and life experiences isn’t something that is always in the forefront, but when it becomes part of what you see, the world around you gains a whole new depth.
February 23 Inner Growth Thought of the Day: The Vastness Of Your Thoughts Tune in to the Inspiring Human Potential podcast on Anchor to hear more on the topic 😊 The infinite number of ways a person can think about something are so vast that it’s hard to fathom sometimes; even within ourselves;
There are many times where doubts creep in that we don’t even realize are self-doubts. Sometimes they seem like uncertainties or things we are contemplating, but when you look closely it’s self-doubt in action because it’s questioning your choice based on something you’ve observed from the external that brings you to question the internal.
Sometimes the thoughts that cross your mind can seem like they’re too much; and you get that feeling of wanting to get outside of your head. The best way to approach this is to stop thinking you’re thinking too much and that you’re inside your head. This first step…
There are a number of things that can lead to confusion and that makes you feel lost; particularly depending on your environment and the self-doubts that can arise from the external inputs you get.