When there is an absence within one’s life this can’t go unnoticed indefinitely, so at a certain point exploration comes about to understand what this absence means, why is it there or if it’s something concrete, what actions one can take to resolve the absence. All of these actions bring about inner growth through you finding what you’re missing, even if that finding is arriving at the conclusion that nothing is missing.
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Being generous is something that reveals a lot about you and when you take a closer look at the times when you are generous and when you’re not, you can pursue inner growth by understanding why that is and take action to change those things you wish to transform.
Empathy helps you to understand others, which also means you can apply that same understanding to yourself. This ability helps inner growth because it allows you to apply external experiences to yourself and in doing so you are not only able to support others better, but also yourself.
Frustration gets the best of you if you let it. When you’re frustrated it feels good to vent and let it out, but what happens if that frustration isn’t dealt with? It just sits there and the feeling isn’t pretty. It’s a vicious cycle to just let your frustration repeat itself over and over again. Even though the situation may pass and you won’t get frustrated for some time, the same situation could present itself again; and then what? You get upset again, and start all over. If on the other hand, you take that frustration and try to deal with it; you will not only learn something about yourself, but…
How much compassion you have towards others and the situations they go through reveals the degree to which you can put yourself in another person’s shoes, but also how considerate you are for others. Understanding where this consideration comes from and how you are able to relate to others to whatever the degree is, helps you gain an understanding of yourself; but also can bring you to work on those areas so that you may expand your compassion towards more and more people. This type of exploration brings about inner growth since there’s getting to know your compassion from your heart, and also those attributes which may not be from your heart and therefore reveal changes you may choose to make moving forward.
What winning means to you and what you strive to win is something that leads to you knowing what things are important to you. Exploring this allows you to understand why those things are so important to you, and this brings about inner growth since it gives you additional insights into the things you hold of value, as well as the effort you put in to obtaining that which holds meaning to you.
A contradiction enacted by you gives you room for exploration in what you think, say and/or do because you are the one who puts the opposite into action, or even if not the exact opposite, you do something that goes against another thing you said or thought. This type of insight into yourself allows you to find the truth of what you believe, think or say regarding the specific incident where contradiction was present. Inner growth is obtained as you reach the truth of these thoughts and beliefs and put them into action too, therefore removing your contradictions.
When you are misunderstood, you have two areas that you can explore and in doing so pursue inner growth: one is your reaction to being misunderstood and the other is your communication. Both bring about the act of you understanding a number of things about yourself…
Uniqueness is what makes you who you are and exploring those unique attributes allows you to pursue inner growth through the expansion of them or the transformation of them.
Since passion can be ignored only so long before it causes great unease within you, it is one of those great indicators of what your ‘self’ wants to achieve or obtain. Exploring each of these passions with in mind the external factors that influence you, so really digging deep to understand if the passion is from your own heart or just an idea put in your mind (by someone or something); helps inner growth since it means not only ensuring the passions you’re pursuing are yours truly, but also eliminating those passions that aren’t yours or at least understanding where they really come from.