PRLog - Nov. 30, 2012 - LAS VEGAS -- Transition in life is difficult. According to a recent study, more than 42% of Americans report their life as ‘dissatisfied or frustrated,’
The nagging questions, Which steps to take next - Why does this keep happening- How can I change – What is the truth?
When it comes to personal growth we often ignore the truth around us. In fact, personal development can’t take place without such consciousness. You can only improve what you can evaluate and you can only measure what you understand. In other words, if you want to improve yourself, you need to know why things happen, how you can progress and what the next step is.
But what is self-realization, how can you become more aware and develop a sense of oneness? This insight can produce a profound understanding of you. The search can confirm natural law and how it operates in your everyday life. This is the realization of your core beliefs, your true values and your internal dialog. It is taking stock of your current path and adjusting everyday life to correspond with your path. Its awareness of self and those around you who change the energy and vibrations of your existence, it’s finding the truth and oneness with your creator.
When you know your strengths and weaknesses and understand how you react to different situations, you can change the results by your awareness of universal law. You can find out how disciplined you are and what motivates you, and use your awareness and emotional state to control action and events. Most of all, you can find out who you are.
You may believe you’re aware of life and those around you. Maybe you’ve addressed your weaknesses and deem life as just a matter of making the most of the situation. Perhaps you believe in God but just don’t quite understand why you believe. Maybe you feel your role as a male or female is compromised by the ever changing society. Whatever you may be going through I can promise you this, there is a reason, an underlying cause of your experiences.
Should you believe you’re in control of your circumstances and that you manage a difficult life in an accurate manner, I’m here to say you may very well be right; but what if you’re mistaken. What if there is more to life than being aware of those around you. Suppose these strengths and weaknesses are nothing more than an effect of specific actions and the situations are part of the rhythm of life. What if you could manipulate life to flow with these rhythms or realize when change is affecting a given results. You would be able to control life and not have life manage you.
Could it be possible the very existences of your problems are a mere symptom of other events taking place? That you may be disregarding opportunities or even allowing tribulations by not focusing on correct action.
Consider this for a moment; it could be you don’t know everything about yourself and that you’re not as observant of you and your own actions as you believe. It’s okay; perfection should never be a goal. Your goal should be constant improvement on a daily basis; expansion of yourself, your knowledge, your passion and your desires; to become one with your creator and to truly know “You.”
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