Understanding your anger, its source and its triggers, gives you a deeper understanding of yourself and allows you to pursue inner growth by the mere fact that you are looking to bring awareness to yourself on why you feel anger; so why anger comes to be and maybe what you can do about it.
Tag: Inner Growth
Making decisions that bring about happiness is the first step to inner growth because your focus is on choices for your well-being, the second step is understanding how you make those choices that this or that choice (experience, thing, etc.) is happiness for you.
When it comes to life, the importance you attribute it brings about a series of questions that inevitably lead you to decisions on where you want to go with inner growth.
How many of you think struggle is part of life? That if you want to get something or somewhere, you have to fight for it? How many of you believe everything happens without having to fight to conquer it all? That things happen quite naturally, as long as movement is in place? Or how about that process and achieving something naturally takes time to evolve and come to fruition, that is all?
When it comes to emotional feelings we can pursue inner growth because each feeling is a reaction or state of being that has a trigger we can identify, which we can then also explore.
It’s not being alone per se that can lead to inner growth, as much as what you do with your time when alone and exploring your feelings about being alone, aloneness.
Truth helps inner growth when you focus on your truths and where they come from. If there is no exploration of truth, then it will not assist you in learning more about yourself or going beyond in your journey.
The way you can pursue inner growth thanks to reality is by exploring the different facets of reality. Even though the world defines it as a set thing, contemplating different realities brings you heightened awareness of the numerous possibilities your perspective can envision. This multifaceted perspective can then be applied to you and your personal characteristics.
Our objectives can help us understand, as well as explore the things we hold dear to our heart that we’d like to achieve or that we may think we need to accomplish in order to get to a specific place that we’ve set or think in our mind is good.
When composing any thought or action words are used to describe them; each word holds a definition, which in turn ascribes significance to the whole.