In this series, we take a look at one of the eight key practices for navigating life’s challenges that are explored in my new book, Awareness That Heals. For more, order the book today and receive a 10% new release discount and free shipping.
Awareness, in my definition, does not mean a cold, clinical, “neutral” staring-in-the-mirror type of self-knowledge. That kind of detached, uninvolved self-observation almost never supports what we truly need.
The path to the awareness I am inviting you to take is different. I am proposing that you include, and even embrace, the challenges, the pain, the regrets, rejection and resistances that you may have experienced or are experiencing. By accepting what you are feeling, rather than rejecting or ignoring those feelings, they actually become guideposts on your journey toward what you need.