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SELF AWARENESS

FULLY PRESENT

  • Fully present in the present moment. 

  • No occupying thoughts of the past or of the future with full attention on the here-and-now.

  • No doubt or second-guessing about the previous actions.

  • No worry about what you have to do or will do next.

  • Complete attention on the activities and moment at hand.

  • Content in the devotion to experience the moment as it is, without the distraction of unrelated thoughts and concerns.

FULLY YOURSELF

  • Fully aware of yourself, your body, your mind, your emotions, thoughts, feelings, senses, and desires

  • No fear, shame, judgment, criticism, comparison, or external influence of the expectations of others or societal status quo determining your opinion of who you are and how you view yourself.

  • Aware of others' emotions, feelings, and expectations as their own, and it does not dictate your thoughts and feelings about yourself.

FULLY ACCEPTING

  • Accepting of yourself as you are now.

  • Realizing that at your core, you are a conscious being fully valuable and worthy beyond whatever previous life experiences you have had.

  • Regardless of what you have done or what has been done to you—you do not have to be bound to those experiences and impressions.

  • Willing to see others as they are now and understand who they are at the core of their being regardless of behavior and circumstances.

FULL INTENTION

  • Full intention for becoming your highest self and developing your highest potential.

  • Open to releasing the accumulation of stress and the preconceived belief systems that affect your perceptions based upon previous experiences.

  • Willing to approach activities, routines, and behaviors that serve the purpose of cultivating your best and highest self.

  • Realizing your true nature exists apart from whatever stresses, impressions, or previously created apprehensions from past experiences.

THE POWER OF I AM

  • The power of "I AM" is one of the most influencing. 

  • Studies have shown a direct correlation with our thoughts and speech in regard to what we think and say about ourselves. Beginning in childhood development and throughout adulthood, our inner dialogue affects our state of being.

  • It has been understood throughout differing belief systems, neuropsychology, and biophysiology, that extended moments of inner silence and stillness give a profound sense of self, groundedness, and connection to the present moment. ​

AWARENESS OF THE SELF

  • In AyurVeda and other similar belief systems, there is an understanding of the Source of Self or Pure Consciousness.

  • Quantum Physics refers to Unified Field Theory. This energetic field is considered the source of all sustaining fields of forces, elementary particles, and matter.

  • It stands to reason that if there is a Unified Field of everything in existence, that would include a Source of Consciousness.

  • Suppose there is a Unified Field, where there is more symmetry and unity at finer levels of existence. It would also stand to reason there is a unifying level and Source of Consciousness from which we are all connected.​

CORRELATIONS

INNER DIALOGUE & SPEECH:

OUR THOUGHTS AND SPEECH ABOUT OURSELVES DIRECTLY IMPACT AND INFLUENCE OUR PERCEPTIONS OF SELF AND OTHERS, AS WELL AS OUR STATE OF AWARENESS, EMOTIONS, AND BIOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL FUNCTION FROM CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT THROUGHOUT ADULTHOOD.

THOUGHTS AFFECT PERCEPTIONS OF REALITY

Many of our thoughts & emotions come from previous experiences; our current thoughts & emotions change the way we perceive current experiences for the positive or negative, & alters our state of consciousness.
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