The Truth About Honest Acceptance

Finding a deeper understanding of yourself takes a willingness to see that which you do not openly address. Suppress your urge to express thoughts/observations before letting them absorb into your own knowledge.  It’s time to let go of the need to be listened to and start listening to yourself. Peace of mind comes from an open-minded, honest assessment and full accountability process of yourself. Prioritize time wisely. Figure out what you have to do vs. what you want to do vs. what you actually do.

Assessing yourself honestly will not only allow you to stay on track, but to guide the train well enough to have time to look for new roads. A true analysis of one’s self can be uncomfortable to see that which you hope to not find. This is a necessary part of growth, as it will allow you to express yourself more fluidly, and your intentions will become more clear. Stay open to positive guidance.

Psychedelics – being such a useful neutropic on the brain – could guide you to a deeper accountability process.

No man finds true acceptance in denial.

“I fear living a life where I could have accomplished something I didn’t.” – Neil Degrasse Tyson