Your understanding of your inner self holds the importance of your lifeLEO TOLSTOY
The term “Inner Self” does this make you think for a while about who your Inner Self is? or How well do you know your Inner Self? How often do you meet your Inner Self? Are you contained with your Inner Self?
Well, the answer for some would be ‘NO’, while others might not even think about it. And those who have learned the art of practising love and care for Inner Self, the answer would be a gratified “YES”
Right from the moment you are born, your inner self takes birth within. By the age, you discover who your inner self is your half-life passes by. Awakening your inner soul and alarming yourself towards it, is the first step of discovering who your inner self is.
Your Inner individual is the shadow of who you are and who you should become. While most of the times, you strive to please each and everyone around you, you often lose the track of your inner happiness. You crave to become a person who actually is totally against you and your will. In the race of winning people’s heart, you start climbing the mountain which is beyond your strength. The entire drama of being someone who you are not, leads to dissatisfaction and disappointment to your inner soul.
The world around you will be happy once you are contained within. And once you devote care and love for your self is when happiness will blossom around.
In order to enrich your life with happiness and to walk on the paths of a positive life, all you need to follow is the Seven-step process of awakening your inner person.
Step 1: Wake up with a thought in mind, that today you are going to have a optimistic behaviour.
Step 2: Avoid scrolling social media early in the morning, and while you sip on your favourite tea/coffee, plug in a piece of soft music or a prayer
Step 3: Learn to compliment yourself daily. Instead of asking someone else how well do you look? Praise yourself saying you are the most graceful person
Step 4: Maintain a note of things you want to achieve and jot down the steps required to fulfil it. Revisit and reset your records daily.
Step 5: Once a week, take a break and sit down a tree or by side of the river. Observe and Inhale the peace spread around.
Step 6: Practice the art of admiring how amazing person you are and how well can you groom yourself to be a better person.
Step 7: The most important one ” LOCK YOURSELF IN A QUIET ROOM. CLOSE YOUR EYES AND TALK TO YOUR INNER SELF DAILY”
Trust the Seven-Step process and continue following it, if you want to see a significant change in your life. And as stated by Robin Sharma in his novel “Who will cry when you die?“, any change in behaviour needs a constant determination for 21 days, so stick by the Seven stated practices for 21 days and soon you will see the promising change in your life.