This is the second post in a series that will cover the three different ways that self-awareness is most prevalent in the self-care industry. As you may be able to guess, self-awareness is the most prevalent of the three. We often think that self-awareness is the most important aspect of self-care, but it isn’t. We can’t just look in the mirror and see who we are.
In the end we believe that self-awareness is a choice we make, a choice that we can choose to make, but that in the end, it isn’t a choice at all. In the end, self-awareness is about knowing the truth and living accordingly.
With that said, most of the self-awareness literature tells us that self-awareness is not nearly as important as actually living a life that is true to yourself and your true nature. One of the most common misconceptions is that we cant be self-aware if we dont have a social life. Social lives are key to self-awareness. Having a life that is true to you as you are and not a fake one is crucial to self-awareness.
The self-awareness game is just as important as the true nature of your life, but that means that your life is not self-aware. It doesn’t matter if you are on a computer or a phone. Self-awareness is the process of seeing the nature of a person’s life as it is. It means that you are on autopilot for as long as it takes to get to the bottom of things.
This is where the difference between a person with self-awareness and a person without it becomes clear. A person with self-awareness will notice when they are being stupid and learn to correct it. They will also learn to become more aware of their own actions as they go through life. The same thing applies to a person without self-awareness. They just keep doing what they do. They are always busy. They are always doing something. They are always busy doing something. They never stop.
People who are without self-awareness are like people who are on autopilot. They just keep going through life, never realizing they are on autopilot. When they finally decide to stop, they are surprised. They look at their phone, look at the clock, and see that they are not on autopilot.
We all have to stop and take a break a time or two.
In a word, self-awareness.
Well, that is my main point.