Flexibility can serve your inner growth by revealing those things, ideas, people, and so on, that you hold on to versus the opposite (the things you’re more open to). This allows you to explore both inclinations and identify if there is a deeper meaning and reason for why you’re more flexible towards some things or people versus others.
Tag: Inner Growth
Taking a look at your acceptance of things, ideas, people, and events can uncover hidden messages and/or feelings that will lead to inner growth through your exploration of these (in context to that which you have accepted).
Insight into things, also means we can gain insight into ourselves, which consequently allows us to take steps to further our inner growth.
Your resistance to things, situations, and/or people gives you the opportunity to explore and expand your perspective; in turn this also brings about openness towards transformation leading to inner growth.
Habits create an inclination towards an expected or desired outcome for situations and patterns of thought. Recognizing these habits, while staying open to what is happening opposite of what we’re used to or expect is how we make room to see beyond our own patterns of thought and behavior; how we pursue inner growth.
Dissatisfaction helps us with inner growth because it makes us face and explore what it is we really want and why by bringing about a feeling of disappointment and having a clear place for us to start from.
It is thanks to a system that each of us can question something opposite of it and therefore ponder inner growth related to those things we don’t resonate with…
Handling those things that are opposite of what we believe in comes as a challenge because of their closeness to who we are and how we would like to lead our life, etc. This is why they are the most challenging to understand; but also why they are what open us up to our deepest inner self, which in turn allows us to make humongous strides when it comes to self-completion and life harmony.
If you explore the aspects of yourself that have gone through growth, you can identify what areas of your inner self are more affected by the things that happen to you in life and also what areas are absent that you could look to grow, if you choose to do so.
Even though when we’re hostile towards someone or something it’s easier to focus on how to avoid the person or situation altogether; confronting those hostile feelings and understanding their source can bring you to explore yourself, transform the situation, and in doing so pursue inner growth.