Inner Growth Exercise of the Day: Being In A Conscious State Of No Judgement Or Threat To Self
Exploring being in a conscious state of no judgement or threat to self; how these two areas affect our ability to go beyond and be proactive in life situations when turned around through conscious exploration of them with inner growth and love in mind; and why it brings you to tap in to a higher state of consciousness from within, which allows you to become more of your infinite potential in life.
Your Inner Growth Exercise of The Day depending on where you are in your journey:
- Inner Growth Exercise for Beginners: Make it a habit to raise your consciousness to moments of judgement and find one or three ways your “self” was threatened (from within, at the heart level; maybe it’s something personal or a past experience that brings you to have certain ways of reacting). Next find one to three ways you share love with your “self” and therefore are not actually threatened by what you judged (what happened). Notice how this affects you at the heart (your love center), how it brings more understanding of you and the situation, and how having no judgement on this matter moving forward transforms the situation entirely every time you encounter it again.
- Inner Growth Exercise for Intermediate: You’re ready to heal inner wounds and find your place of neutrality with all that is in duality, and that you judge. It is here that you uncover deep hurts you experienced that “threatened” your “self” and heightened these dualities (judgments). As you uncover distant experiences and your understanding of why you judge something or someone, write down one to three unconditionally loving messages for yourself and for the situation that is no longer in the now or the future. Also add some notes in your journal about how this helps you in your life overall.
- Inner Growth Exercise for Advanced: Every time you observe a situation where judgment and/or threat to self is taking place between two or more people think of how you can help with the situation in the moment or the next time you’re around if it happens again. Make sure to also journal about your personal experiences with judgement and/or threat to self when they arise and note the differences for you now that you’re in an inner growth mindset from the start of the situation.
Your turn – Share your experience with your inner growth exercise of the day depending on where you are in your journey😊