What are the benefits of self inquiry?
People who do self inquiry as a regular practice find:
- Their depression lifts. They start to feel that their life is moving. Depression doesn’t run their life any more
- They feel less stressed. They learn to become aware as soon as they are not fully present. They notice when they start thinking thoughts that create stress in them.
- Anxiety and fear become okay to live with. Instead of anxiety and fear ruling their lives, they learn to meet it and work with it.
- Their relationships improve. Relationships improve in ways that you can’t begin to imagine, including the relationship with themselves. Each statement and worksheet you work, makes a difference to how you interact with others. They become more connected to themselves. Their connections with others become deeper and more open.
- Anger becomes manageable and accepted. They no longer feel deep anger. If anger rises they are be able to manage it in a way that is effective, for both them and the people around them.
- Increased mental clarity. Their head is no longer full of continuous thoughts. Decisions are made from a non-emotional or rational space.
- Tired is no long the buzz word in their lives. They live from a place of energy, focus and drive.
- They live with less physical pain and illness. Pain and illness no longer becomes a focus in life.
- Self doubt disappears. It no longer rules their lives.
- They are more able to deal with issues as they arise.
- Communication with others becomes clearer.
- They are more open to listening.
- Emotions are experienced without judgement.
- They are more able to express their truth in a given situation.
- Trauma is dissolved, rather than relived.
Experience self inquiry for yourself. Try 3 sessions as an introduction.