Day: 3 November, 2017

Self-Examination

Looking inward. Reassessing ourselves.   Now, self-examination does not necessarily lead to life balance or acceptance from others, I’ve found.  It does, however, lead to liberation and authenticity.  I say this with conviction because I’ve invested in a lot of self-examination, of late.  A lot. Without self-examination, I’ve noticed that these things tend to happen:- –  I seek comfort over greatness –  I choose safety over risk –  I embrace reassurance over authenticity –  I prefer the predictable over the unknown –  and I opt to take the well worn path over forging my own Self-examination is a process of re-framing and refining how we see ourselves and the world.  It is a deep scrutiny of our beliefs, motives, relationships, triggers, wounds, purpose, feelings, thoughts, and actions. And in the process, often we uncover something has to change so we can feel a greater sense of alignment between the life we are living and the life our soul wants to be living. It might be the desire to change a relationship, a career or a …