Self Awareness

Topics: Emotion, Psychology, Awareness, Soul, Understanding, Feeling / Pages: 5 (643 words) / Published: Aug 17th, 2015
It all begins with AWARENESS
Awareness is the first step in the creation process. As you grow in the self awareness process, you will better understand why you feel what you feel, and why you behave as you behave.
This understanding then gives you the opportunity and freedom to change those things you would like to change about yourself and create the life you want. Without knowing yourself, self acceptance and change becomes impossible. Who is the expert?
When we want good, solid information we turn to the experts. So who are you going to turn to for information about yourself.
Who is the expert?
Friend/
Doctor/
Therapist/
Philosopher/ Minister/ hero/ Guide/
Spouse/ Parent.
Know more about you?
No
the expert is YOU.

You live in your own skin, mind and soul. 24 hours a day
7 days a week
52 weeks a year
Day in and day out
No one is closer to you than you.
The answers are within. We need to do the soul searching.
Perhaps all you’ve needed to solve your riddles is a useful question, to probe deep within.

SELF AWARENESS


Being aware of oneself would mean exploring and understanding oneself in the following areas.



The way we behave and react in different situations and with different sets of people.



The likes, interests, desires and needs that motive us towards our goals.



The attitudes, mind-sets, beliefs and values that influence our thoughts and behaviour



The feelings and emotions which arise from the primary experiences of our lives and have powerful influences. •

The way we view ourselves in terms of our opinion of our self and the way other’s view us.



The way we perceive and experience ourselves, people around us and the larger world.

WAYS OF DEFINING THE SELF
A collection of behaviours, reflexes, habits and actions. An intellect which gives rise to thoughts, attitudes, mental sets and tendencies.
A constellation of needs, desires and drives.
A set of psychological processes and functioning comprising of striving, deciding,
judging,

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