When you think about the things that have changed in your life, what do you see? Do you stop to notice the types of traits you’ve acquired, some of the changes that have taken place to other traits that you thought would always be the same? Do you stop to see the transformation that has taken place within following what you’ve experienced outside of you through life?
Tag: inner growth mindset
Someone who’s open-minded tends to take in more information than someone who’s closed off to new and/or different information and opinions. This mindset helps inner growth because it means that you’re not judging or shutting out what’s being shared with you.
The idea of right is something that gets you to look inside when you decide to dive deep into why you label something right or not. You also realize how open or not you are to life and experiences when you explore your relationship with right.
Encountering arrogance in others can allow you to remember that how you feel about yourself depends on you and not on somebody else’s sense of worth. You’re also able to put into practice this self-appreciation attitude and feeling. Now, if you’re the arrogant one on the other hand, then you have an opportunity to explore why that is and what is missing.
Sadness gets you to take action towards your life and inner self, both leading to inner growth. You can uncover how you feel about things and the people around you, which also means you can explore them in-depth and find out even more about yourself.
Even though it may not be easy to uncover the things we hide from ourselves (whatever the reason), a feeling persists of your hidden truths. This feeling eventually brings you to act, which gets you to take steps towards your inner growth and leads you to the discovery of the things you’ve chosen to hide.
To lie to others is something you are aware of, but to lie to yourself isn’t as easy to recognize. When you find yourself in a situation that makes you unhappy or gives you mixed feelings, and you keep telling yourself it’s not true or you make excuses for the situation, but don’t take actions to change how you feel about it; this is your queue that you’re lying to yourself. This is where your inner growth exploration begins. Find out why you’re lying and you will learn a lot about yourself, as well as find your way to your truth.
Loss upsets us and when that happens there’s room to look deeper, which can bring about inner growth as you explore these areas within you.
Pushing yourself to do something that’s outside of your comfort zone can help you take steps forwards in different areas of your life. I’m not talking about something that can hurt somebody or yourself, but something outside of your comfort zone that you don’t want to do because maybe you think you can’t do it or simply because you’ve always never done it. The situations I’m talking about take place kind of naturally, life brings them about and gives you the opportunity to contemplate taking that step.
If you look at your reactions and explore them with questions of whys and how comes, you can arrive at an understanding of yourself, with that knowledge you can also decide if you’re ok with your present state in responding to events and situations or if you you’d rather transform them.