Subtle pointings to what’s driving your reality
I love this active approach to improving self-awareness. It's filling in a missing piece of only practicing awareness during meditation. It's much more satisfying and effective to use everyday experiences to grow as a person. Personally, I've found it super helpful when I'm with my family, which can bring up a lot (!) of strong emotions and resistance. It has given me some really valuable insights into my own hidden feelings. I'm definitely going to start writing down my reactions more often and meditate on them. It gives it a new layer of depth.
I love this perspective Scott.
"You don’t have to go on a retreat.
You don’t have to change jobs.
You don’t have to ingest any substances.
All you have to do is begin noticing and become the chief investigator of your inner space."
In that sense, it is important to be more mindful and focus inward on our thoughts and feelings.
Love this post Scott! It totally resonated with me.
Thank you , Reminds me Rupert Sheldrake and Morphic Resonance...