How to face yourself (2)

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I write (or type) my thoughts on a piece of paper or in a notebook and ask myself, “What am I thinking?”

It makes no sense to just write (or type), so the key is to ask yourself the question.

It is important to repeatedly ask yourself “Why do you think that way? It is important to repeatedly ask yourself “Why do you think that way?

This method can be done without writing (or typing) while meditating, but it is difficult to do it by yourself without any help because it requires a lot of concentration.

So it is easier to do it by writing on paper or typing on a computer or cell phone, asking yourself questions and focusing your awareness to face yourself.

However, this method may seem simple, but it is a method that is both good and bad.

Anyone can write on paper, but it will not last long if you do not like to write in the first place.
Also, typing on a computer or cell phone can be a tedious activity for those who do not like to type long sentences.

But this method can be done easily because it does not have to be done all at once.

Even if you cannot concentrate and have to stop in the middle of a task, you can save the paper (notebook) you wrote or the words you typed and start from where you left off when you want to do it again.

There is also the element of preserving the memory of facing yourself, which makes it easier to face yourself again when you look back over time.
(It does not matter if the record was kept in the middle of a project, because it is important to remember that you faced yourself.
(It is important to remember that you were in contact with yourself.)

When people get in touch with their true thoughts (true intention), they feel lighter because it becomes clear to them.
Especially if there is something that has been troubling you, where did the trouble come from? What do I want to do? This makes it easier to take positive action.

Also, I think it is a good idea to keep a record of your thoughts and feelings so that you can look at yourself objectively, which will help you become aware of various things.