A look at what you view as powerful brings about inner growth as you become aware of the things or people that influence you, that you consider important, that are a determining factor to something else, and explore the feeling of when you experience something or someone to be powerful.
Tag: Inner Growth
Exploring how you describe things is brings inner growth because it shares insights into your world in a way that you are not always aware of on a conscious level. Once you are you can fully accept or choose to mold those thoughts as you see fit for you and your heart.
Knowing what areas you have a pattern in and exploring your patterns as you notice them give you the opportunity to pursue inner growth by getting to know why you do the things you do sometimes, but also because it means you can remove your patterns from the equation and/or change them and/or understand how you affect situations.
Looking at how words make you feel, how you use them, what your general tendencies are to communicate bring about inner growth because through this exploration you find out personal judgements, fears, behaviors and unconscious thoughts that you may have never uncovered, had you not paid closer attention to what you chose to say and how.
Becoming aware of your tendencies assists inner growth seeing as it gets you to explore and think about each of them. Through this exploration you look within more than to the outside world and therefore work with things that you may have been putting off since you weren’t aware of them.
When you explore your behavior you pursue inner growth because you start looking at your actions and thoughts together, which brings you to ask questions and decisions when you become aware of inconsistencies or consistencies; basically, when you notice something that you want to address.
Paying attention to your intuition brings inner growth as you explore it in-depth gaining insights into your inner compass, which enables you to break it down in such a way that you can clearly see and understand everything that is a part of it.
Tuning in more and more to your gut feeling and exploring it to its core brings about inner growth as you get better at identifying your instincts and separating from those instincts and intuitiveness, your insecurities and fears, which get you off track, but that are good to come to the surface so that you may resolve them and move forward.
Exploring how you uncover deception and when you’ve been deceptive assists inner growth as it gets you to look within from many places and to question the first layers of answers you provide, because of deception’s depth and nature. As you do this you uncover hidden secrets that allow you to provide real closure and real action to overcome these situations and/or characteristics.
Exploring what is definite to you gets you to look at and break down what your different truths are; and when this happens, inner growth takes place because you dive in to understanding those things, which also means they could change as you uncover the truth behind them.