BE YOURSELF by AdarshHEY GUYS,
First of all i would like to explain you all, the meaning of topic what do you mean by be yourself? first/ i will explain this question then we will move forward on this topic.
Being ourselves is the easiest and the coziest thing i have ever found. being our self means whatever we are in reality as our character,our mindset, our thought process our way of reacting to a situation
when we are alone v/s when we are in public ,if we are same as we are alone and if we are with public.
That is called being ourselves . I mean when you do not fear to react or give a opinion on your own without thinking about people this is called being our self.
Now i think i should be moving forward on our topic.
As a point is coming of my thought process , our mind passes number of things a time and there are only few things we consider and those things we are considering from our thought process really matters,but sometime we force our thought process to change the direction of thinking if we succeed that one thing which we are ignoring come by the way.
This is probably one of the most important factors in being yourself. I ignored my intuition for the longest time because I felt so obligated to others. Their happiness was more important than my own.
I lived at home until I was twenty-five, ignored my urges to move to a new city, and stayed in unfulfilling jobs because I was so afraid of what other people would think of me, of failing, and of stepping out of my comfort zone. Because of this, I was incredibly unhappy.
I will tell you this, from my own personal experience: When you start following the little nudges and urges that you get, you will have hopped onto the magic carpet ride of awesomeness.
It doesn’t mean that you will never have bumps in the road again, but when you are in alignment with your soul, you will always be steered in the best possible direction.
For me, it started when I followed my intuition out of a job where I was miserable, which was way out of character for me. I had nothing lined up, but thanks to my intuition, I landed back on my feet within a few months in an awesome new job.
Your authentic self is the real you that is beyond all of those conditioned beliefs and thinking patterns that you have accumulated throughout your life.
I was once a shy, reclusive, depressed, angry person—but I wasn’t “being myself.” While it is important to love and accept ourselves for where we are at the moment, looking back now, I see that I suppressed my true nature in order to please others and to fit in.
I began going within and doing spiritual study and practice in my late twenties, and have since become more aware of how much I was identified with my victim story, how I would play roles depending on who I was with, and just how much I cared about other people’s perceptions of me.It was a challenge because I cared so much about being accepted by others. So I would ask myself, “How would I act right now if I had no cares of what others thought of me?” I realized that who I naturally am without anything else added is perfectly okay.
When you let go of the old ways of thinking, follow your bliss, and do what you love, you begin to align with happiness and peace. These are all indicators that you are connected with your true nature. You are then allowing your real self to shine forth in all its glory.
note: THIS article is based on my personal experience and articles read my me.
I usually write article based on life and psychology.