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Practice of Awareness

Calm Woman

Self-awareness is our ability to observe and identify our thoughts, feelings and impulses, and determine whether they are grounded in reality or not.

What does it mean to practice awareness?

Well, if I must be authentic, I myself found being fascinated with just trying to identify with what does it mean to be aware. Sounds simple, easy and understandable, not… when you have been in my world for the last 21yrs of being in multiple global organizations, being aware was not something that one had time for or either considered.

Through my own story and discovery of what I lost, practicing awareness brought clarity, authenticity, truth and self-beliefs that I wouldn't have

 discovered if not learning of it meant to practice awareness is one’s life.

Practicing Awareness means it’s a state of being conscious of one’s self and one’s surroundings. A state of being conscious and aware of one's awareness is called self-awareness and is considered a higher form of awareness. The science of biological psychology defines awareness as perception and cognitive response to a situation or circumstance. The importance of awareness is in the ability to control the mind. The senses, perception, sight and thoughts become clearer. 


The Mind

Where are the thoughts we find ourselves, the past, present or future.  How are these thoughts influencing our reality on a daily basis, by the choices and decision we are making.  What role does our ego play when making these choices and decision. 

Exploring the mind – Where am I?

  • Where do we find ourselves living in, past, present or future? How are these thoughts influencing our reality on a daily basis by the choices and decisions we are making.  

  • Identifying if our mind is a beautiful or dangerous place?

  • The voice of the Ego. How is your ego controlling your narrative?

Consumption of our Sensory System

What do we consume – what do we consume from a sensory system, what we see, feel, listen, eat and smell. Why is this important, what we consume creates and influences our behavior and just being human. The distracted culture (meaning the western society) we live in, takes us away from being our true authentic self. Bringing awareness of what we consume daily brings light to what and who we are creating for the future. How does what we consume effect our 5 Basic Human Desires:

  • love,

  • security,

  • meaning or purpose,

  • creativity and

  • joy.

Emotional State

Acknowledging the feelings of what the mind creates and what we consume, makes us feel a certain way.  We don't tend to acknowledge how we feel in certain situations and environments that we have created, let alone these feelings can lead to illness, trauma, becoming a victim, triggering the past and the creating a belief that as no evidence linked to its besides you thinking it.

Inner Emotional State – When are you?

  • Have you been here before, when are you?

  • Where you are in relation to where you want to be?

  • Allowing yourself to feel and identify your emotions

Belief System

By identify a belief and how this belief controls the narrative that we tell ourselves that only we see, feel and belief is true. Which creates the reality we live in. All of these mentioned, impacts humanity on a daily basics. We are just not aware of how this is actually influencing us and the reality we are living in.

The Mechanisms of a Belief

  • Attachment/Attention to a belief

  • Belief creates a filter to allow through only info that is consistent with itself

  • Belief collects its own proof and evidence

  • Belief creates its own Emotion, bodily reactions, feelings, expectations of reality etc…

  • Belief Manifests in physical reality

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