Exploring the personal choices and decisions you make give you lots to look at with the actions you take and are taking to pursue your life in a way that you feel is in tune with you. This type of exploration allows for questions and answers that dig deep and in doing so promote inner growth.
The things you apply in your life are all indicators of things that are important to you and that you are looking to have in your life. Exploring them allows for inner growth because it brings you to acknowledge that which you are applying yourself to and change this if you don’t feel it’s fully in tune with you.
Part of inner growth entails being aware of or finding out what things align with your life. Exploring the things that feel in alignment also brings about inner growth seeing as you get to know yourself more and more.
Exploring your essence gives you a lot to think about as you attempt describing and putting into words that which you feel you are and represent through your existence. As you do this inner growth takes place each step of the way since identifying your essence comes slowly and throughout your lifetime.
Exploring how you feel about freewill and what role it plays in the decisions you make helps inner growth by allowing you to dive in to the complex nature that freewill is for people, people who live amongst a society and with parents and/or systems as guides from day one.
Your bias towards things helps inner growth when you bring those biases to the forefront. This means acknowledging that you are inclined towards some things or some people and not others. Doing this without judging it good or bad, but simply realizing that you are applying an inclination you have when talking about or thinking about these specific things or people. Through awareness you can also remove your biases if you choose to do so and in this way also contribute to your inner growth.
The more it becomes obvious how the process of going from inner conflict to inner growth requires additional support, the more I want to share with you so that I can help with that transition. In today’s podcast episode I talk a bit about love’s role in our lives when it comes to moving away from fear and that which causes us conflict…move away, not by hiding the fear, but by facing it with love and having a support system that is all love.
All the lessons that come from hindsight add to your inner growth journey since you are in tune with the events that are taking place in your life, even if coming to certain conclusions after the events take place. One way to make even more from your hindsight moments is to look at how those situations and thoughts affect you personally, from within on an emotional level and if they bring about any specific reactions or thoughts.
Moving from inner conflict to inner growth is a process that requires awareness of self and external; proactiveness in the moment to redirect focus and actions, reactions, etc.; and the desire to inspire your highest potential by allowing self love, acceptance, completion, worth, and so on to rule in your world and in your life…
In moments of suffering you can pause and reflect on that which you see from what has just happened. A thorough exploration of the contour versus focusing on that which is causing pain can help to see the hidden lessons and insights for you to be able and takeaway. As you transform how you look at these moments you also pursue inner growth (from within and outside of you).