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what are us?

In today’s society, information, facts, and even concepts like “to be” are taken as concrete, but our intuition, emotions, and somatic response — what is our internal feel, what are our boundaries to manage the interior of our bodies — are all treated as “make-believe”. When we ask how we “should be”, we are given a scientific study or a statistical survey. This supposed to provide us with a “normal” life-generating response and stifle our desires, which is “OK” to develop companies and economies, but not humans.

Most of us try to live up to the images we associate with ourselves, and translate these visions into lofty plans. Without even considering it, we are manipulated into becoming preoccupied with what others want from us — into getting “likes”. Acceptance through affection impedes our ability to agree with ourselves, but it also strengthens the assumption that we are in good standing. At the same time, others may think we are envious, unproductive, promiscuous, or that we are exercising noxious masculinity and patriarchy.

Many people would rather avoid forming their lives, they just want to know how to acomplish everything. In this parade of compulsive hunt for knowledge, the search term changes, but the method of inquiry does not. We can begin to understand that knowing suggests intimacy with knowledge when we outpress the method and what we have contained, eager to reshape our notions. Once we stop clutching to the predefined plan, we can constrain ourselves back from being normal and self-determine our true values.

what is introspection?

my perspective on psychological work

linked mentions for "What are Us?":

  1. What is Introspection?
    Embracing spontaneity and inner genius, we can reshape notions and know ourselves intimately. This self-knowledge lets us create our lives rather than follow others' expectations. Introspection illuminates our inner world. It helps us examine our beliefs, find our voice, and integrate our notions with outer reality. We can understand our roles and personalities, and the difference between our self-perception and others' views.
  2. materialistic pathology 
    self-expression as an answer to materialistic pathology. shamed out of being artistic, I reason that this privilege is given to a chosen few, with an inborn talent, usually recognized long after they die. inspiration meeting cultivation with an innate desire to lessen pain and produce more joy
  3. Why Coach Introspection?
    Introspection, while potentially yielding valuable self-knowledge, may also lead to self-obsession and chronic rumination. We have to penetrate the layers of appearances and develop the capacity to hold several contradictory or paradoxical ideas about ourselves in our minds at the same time.
  4. Beyond Introspection
    One of the common coaching inquiries concerns burnout, stress, and the assumption that they diminish our effectiveness, which easily migrates into a
  5. Perspective on Psychological Work
    We often fall into the trap of believing that we are defined by our pasts, that we are our past. The past, however, is merely a construction of the
  6. on coaching
    In today’s world, the effort of self-improvement has become a relentless pursuit, with many seeking guidance from various experts, traditions, and