Being self-aware simply means that you can observe yourself from a non-judgmental perspective. When you are self-aware, you can catch yourself in the present moment experiencing a specific state, reaction, or feeling. The more you are aware of your emotions and behaviors, the more you start to understand yourself.
Here are six reasons why you want to improve your self-awareness:
Helps You Align With Your True Self
But the ultimate reward to being self-aware is your ability to recognize when you are not in alignment with your true self. It is the opportunity to be authentic and therefore be in integrity with yourselves. Self-awareness is the key to becoming the best version of yourself. Self-awareness will help you in your daily life with identifying moments when you are not yourself, where you react from a place of fear or anger. When you become aware of that, it becomes easier to realign with the best version of yourself.
Experience a Greater Ability to Recognize Your Emotions
Self-awareness means that you can observe yourself and mostly your emotions. Instead of being reactive or dramatic, you can notice and acknowledge that some situation has triggered an emotional reaction. It will help you prevent actions or words that are often said or done in the heat of emotions.
Improve Your Critical Thinking
The more you practice self-awareness, the more you become positively critical of yourself. That way, you don’t behave with a fake identity or act your life.
Improve Your Relationships
Self-awareness can help improve relationships because you stop trying to please the other person and intuitively align yourself with who you truly are. Showing a side of you that is authentic and genuine.
Live in the Present Moment
Self-awareness is observing yourself in real-time and therefore encourage mindfulness.
Experience More Joy and Happiness
When you are self-aware, you can immediately acknowledge when you are experiencing something that doesn’t feel good or right. Within a moment, you can shift what you are doing to something more pleasing, more fun. By observing yourself, you will become more conscious of the things you enjoy doing and what you don’t like. It will become your compass to happiness.
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