Inner Growth Exercise of The Day 305 – What Is True Self-Empowerment

Exploring what true self-empowerment is; how to distinguish between true self-empowerment and areas where self-empowerment can grow; what inner conflict and the external have to do with the self-empowerment you can truly reach; how inner growth gets you there by giving you an open and loving mindset to think from as you raise your consciousness to go beyond the initial place you begin your explorations from and to connect to your heart (emotions) to work with them; and how true self-empowerment doesn’t involve the external; it is based on an inner conversation of mind and heart after the “fact”.

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November 1

Inner Growth Exercise of the Day: What Is True Self-Empowerment

Exploring what true self-empowerment is; how to distinguish between true self-empowerment and areas where self-empowerment can grow; what inner conflict and the external have to do with the self-empowerment you can truly reach; how inner growth gets you there by giving you an open and loving mindset to think from as you raise your consciousness to go beyond the initial place you begin your explorations from and to connect to your heart (emotions) to work with them; and how true self-empowerment doesn’t involve the external; it is based on an inner conversation of mind and heart after the “fact”.

Tune in to the Inspiring Human Potential podcast on Anchor to hear more on the topic 😊

Your Inner Growth Exercise of The Day depending on where you are in your journey:

  1. Inner Growth Exercise for Beginners: Any time you are in a place that doesn’t allow you to be at your best or feel your best from within (at the heart/emotional level), take the time to explore what things are triggering what and why. Following your exploration decide on one to three things you can do to stay in a place of clarity of mind and inner calm and put them into practice the next time the opportunity arises. Tweak as often as needed, meaning add new things you can do if the first ones don’t work or don’t work completely, or simply you gain more knowledge of what other things you can do.
  1. Inner Growth Exercise for Intermediate: For you it’s time to enter the neutrality zone completely and dig deep to provide the self-love and acceptance of all of you, and to stop giving your power away to others when you react and lose centeredness of feelings and mind that don’t bring forth your best or self-empowerment. Journal about how when you raise your consciousness to pause and go within (as soon as you notice a reaction that is not what you want to bring forth) things change for the better, in what ways neutrality helps you go beyond your initial response, and anything else that stands out regarding the inner growth and self-empowerment that takes place with love in the forefront in these moments.
  1. Inner Growth Exercise for Advanced: Your self-empowerment keeps growing as you become more impartial and reflective, a conscious observer and learner, as you participate in your day-to-day. Write about how this experience gets you to learn more about you, grow self-love, love of others, and love for life. Also, write about how it helps you help others who are also pursuing inner growth, awakening and ascending to heart, leading with the essence of them, the heart of them and life.

Your turn – Share your experience with your inner growth exercise of the day depending on where you are in your journey😊

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