One of our most popular posts is called the “three levels of self-awareness” for our blog. I’ve spent the last week or so talking about this post here at home. As a writer, I have a very good understanding of what self-awareness is; how it can affect our lives, but what is often overlooked and misunderstood is the level of awareness of what is really happening in my life. Every time I am at home, I am aware that something is happening.
I mean, I know that I am having an intense spiritual experience right now. When we speak of “a spiritual experience,” we are generally referring to what we are experiencing spiritually right now. I’m aware of this because my spiritual teacher is speaking to me, and I’m listening.
We all know we are having a spiritual experience, but many people fail to see it because they aren’t aware of it. It’s like being asleep, but not aware of it. We may not be aware of it, but we can feel it. When we are awake, we can clearly see the world around us. However, if we are asleep, we can only feel those around us. We can’t see what is happening around us.
A lot of people have been sleeping, but not us. We can feel the world around us, but not us. We feel different things around us, but we cant see what is happening to us.
What if we don’t wake up? What if we try to wake ourselves up and the world around us changes? What if our mind doesn’t seem clear enough, then our brain becomes unclear enough to make us think what we just thought is okay? What if we try to wake ourselves up, but we just don’t seem clear enough? It could just be our imagination, our brain, or our imagination being confused or unable to be clear.
You can get the same effect by thinking about things that you are not quite aware of, or you might just be imagining the world as it is. In the same way that it’s possible to imagine that you can wake up and see things that you are not really aware of, that the world around you doesn’t quite match up to what you’re thinking.
The first stage of thinking is the cognitive brain, which is a human brain, that makes sense in a way that it can sense things. It may take some practice to make sense of how you experience it, but just thinking about the world in your head will make you think about things that you don’t really think about, but you do think about. It’s the same for all of us.
We all have habits and routines, and those habits and routines are there to help us function. Sometimes we forget that we have them, and other times they become so ingrained in our lives that nothing we do can really change them. The good news is that most of our habits and routines are usually unconscious and just waiting to be recognized. You don’t have to take on a task that you see as a bad idea to realize you have a habit you should break.
By recognizing your own habits and routines, you can make informed decisions about how to act in a given situation. You can even find the subconscious part of yourself that has been holding back from action, and be able to act on that part of your personality.
You may not realize this, but we are often unconscious of our habitual patterns of action. For example, a person who is very shy may believe that she is very shy because of something she heard in a book or hearing or watching others do. She may even believe it, but she still acts the way she does because she sees no other way. We see the same thing in our own lives.