Do you regret some of the choices you have made in life?
Do you often feel as though your life is going nowhere?
Do you often wish that you had made different choices?
Do you often wonder who you really are, is there more to you than you are currently showing to the world?
Have questions you would like answered but don’t know where to start?
Would you like to live a conscious life?
Do you wonder what your purpose, passion and meaning in life is?
Do you have children who have just finished their schooling and are not sure of what they want to do with their lives?
Do you have clients who phone or email you with the slightest thing that is going on in their lives, almost like they cannot take one step on their own?
Did you grow up in an alcoholic home?
Then this course is exactly what you have been looking for.
Throughout our daily lives, we are constantly observing and analyzing.
Whether it is an important document for work or a confusing text from the opposite sex, we have successfully trained our brains to obtain data and examine it for deeper meaning or explanation.
While it has become second nature to think critically, the ironic part is we often forget to apply this concept to ourselves.
Introspection involves examining one’s own thoughts, feelings and sensations in order to gain insight.
Being introspective is often a rare quality, and with good reason: slowing down and taking a breather from our crazy lives isn’t always the easiest thing to do.
In a society fixated on fast-paced environments and a “go, go, go” mentality, it is difficult to find the time to sit down and reflect. However, setting aside a small portion of your day for self-examination can be a lot more helpful than you might expect.
Think of introspection as a form of spring cleaning. By sifting through old memories and experiences you get a clearer sense of where you are, who you are, and who you would like to be in the future. Introspection helps you remain accountable and encourages you to take responsibility.
Humans tend to resist introspection and self-reflection because no one wants to be reminded of all the mistakes they have made. No one needs a reminder of all their regrets. It is hard. It is not easy to look back on your past to dig in.
Once you do practice introspection you will feel different. Why? Because you will be more cognizant of all the versions of you that have existed thus far. This type of introspection helps you find peace with all of your experiences, while also becoming mindful of who you are today. It is about acceptance.
Ways introspection can be a positive tool in your daily life
The importance of self-reflection and introspection
The benefits of self-reflection
How knowing who you really are improves yourself and your life quality
Benefits of introspection
Answer key questions
Introspection begets forgiveness
Introspection begets clarity
Introspection improves self-esteem
The emotional release
Make better decisions
Acknowledgement of choices
Improved self-control and self-regulation
Focus on you
Retake real control
The benefits of self-reflection workbook
Benefits of self-reflection checklist
A deeper awareness of your inner self
You are more than your identities
Importance of finding your inner self
Knowing your inner-self
What is beneath your identities
Aligning with your inner-self
Live a conscious life
A deeper awareness of your inner-self workbook
A deeper awareness of your inner-self checklist
The process of observing
Key areas of life to observe that offer insight
How you react to heartbreak and painful situations
How you communicate with others
How you take care of yourself
Examples of observations
Growing up in an alcoholic home can also yield many positive effects
The key to unlocking a lot of issues within you
The process of observing workbook
The process of observing checklist
The process of analyzing
Introspection: What to do and what not to do
Focus on what and how questions
The walk down memory lane
What is the reward?
Reflect on negative and traumatic experiences
How you ask the questions
Major benefits to opting for solution-based questions
Examples of analysis introspection
The process of workbook
The process of checklist
Moving from observation and analysis to action
Introspection has to influence action
An action plan
Action is highly individualized
Take action workbook
Take action checklist
How your experiences shape who you are
What the research says
There are some experiences that hold more sway
Being a better you
Why does this matter? Who cares?
My experiences workbook
My experiences checklist
Learn from the past
Your identity is an amalgam of a variety of who you were yesterday and who you are today
Introspection to explore your past selves
Ways to identify current issues from past experiences
Learn from the past workbook
Learn from the past checklist
Learn new skills
Clarity of values
Don’t’s of Self-reflection and self-awareness
Don’t ignore your strengths and weaknesses
Don’t ignore intuition
Don’t ignore boundaries
Don’t be close minded
Don’t ignore the power of self-discipline
Don’t ignore your limits
Don’t underestimate time
Don’t ignore the power of self-motivation
Self-awareness and personal growth
The key to self-awareness
Self-awareness and effectiveness
Understanding strengths and weaknesses
Improve decision-making skills
Practice the skill
Self-awareness and personal workbook
Self-awareness and personal checklist
Who you are changes throughout life