Self discovery for you allows you to use self help to learn among other things what are your own needs and your own strengths.
Success with this journey belongs to you.
As we go through life we grow and change according to the demands and challenges made upon us, these use our lifelong habitual learning. The idea of self discovery is by intentionally learning about the different ideas that have been discovered over the years and are included here we can avoid some of the pitfalls and achieve our goals.
In order to do this, this website offers information, tips, activities and resources to assist you.
Self discovery steps:
The first step is accepting yourself as you are now in part by learning to silence our inner critic.
Then learning to know yourself better by considering among other things how you feel about the following in relation to yourself:/
When we work on ourselves we can be more open to the opportunities all around us and it helps us to view our lives as a whole, to be happier and more able to help others. For to know ourselves is to be able to more effectively help others.
Discovering more about ourselves is useful to enhance our personal self-growth As we decide what we want to do and when, we can work at our own pace. We may also find that there are things that are holding us up and resources will be provided so that you can use those appropriate to your own journey.
So many modalities today suggest that there is something wrong with us and that we need therapy to fix it. Self discovery approaches the subject from a different viewpoint that of believing that we are okay as we are and can grow further by discovering more about ourselves.
As James Bertrand said "Once we rid ourselves of traditional thinking we can get on with creating the future." Enjoy
"The self image is changed for better or worse, not by intellect alone, nor by intellectual knowledge alone but by 'experiencing'. Wittingly or unwittingly you developed your self image by your creative experiencing in the past. You can change it by the same method. Maxwell Maltz"