It’s hard to see the hidden parts of self that need our attention. The parts of self that limit our beingness in the world.
Our blind spots are just that, blind to our awareness.
The practice of self inquiry requires a willingness to look at the uglier parts of self.
A willingness to show up within, to follow the inner threads and bring awarness to the shadow sides of self.
At times reflections from the outside are needed, like road signs, to guide our direction of self inquiry.
Creating and making the time, space and supportive environment, fueled with the right tools and an openness of mind, are fundamental to the foundations of a self inquiry practice.
The jewels of deepening understanding of self ripple into every cell of our being, into all of our relationships, into our views, beliefs and perceptions of the world.