Self-Reflection

“An unexamined life is not worth living.” Socrates

The mind is a very tricky thing, its constant buzzing is often full of faults of the people around, circumstances, and places.We get often caught up in these dramas go on without seeing it through the rut. It is very difficult for a person to identify his/her own mistakes and rectify it right away. Hence a good social circle that is perfectly aligning with our values and dreams is important. The more we get constructive feedback the better. Feedbacks backed up with intentional action can help us to embody the person whom we aspire to be.

Self-reflection helps you have more meaning to your journey on this small planet called the Earth. To be present is to see as it is. Hence through the process of Self- analysis we can slow down our minds and bring more clarity. Ask questions such as “where am I compared to where I want to be? What are the habits that would help me to be a better version of myself?” Etc.

“At the end of our lives, we all ask, ‘Did I live? Did I love? Did I matter?

Brendon Burchard

Instead of asking at the end of the life, ask it at the end of the day”Did I live? Did I love? Did I matter?“write down your thoughts on the same with constructive actions to be taken.

Ask yourself meaningful questions that will help you to identify the destructive patterns and to replace them with new ones. As we identify our patterns, we will become more aware of our actions and emotions.

Each person will have their rhythm, based on that create a routine where you will assess yourself and plan actions that will make you feel alive and helps you to serve the world in a better way.


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