You don’t have to be so self-aware. You don’t have to be so self-aware because you are thinking about it.
“The whole thing about the whole thing is: you need to learn to be self-aware.” We agree.
Yeah. But we don’t think it’s necessary, even when you’re aware of it. It’s part of the human condition. It’s the way we are. (That goes for most of us really, really.
One of the great joys of our job is being able to think about things without being aware of it. And even while we’re thinking about the things we are thinking about, we’re still aware of other things we are thinking about because we are the subject of those thoughts.
Not all of us are aware of our own thoughts, habits, and reactions, but we all have a sense of how our behaviors affect others. Our behaviors are what drive our emotions. So if we could feel our emotions, we could feel our feelings. Then we could be self-aware.
This is a hard one for many of us to grasp. We feel our emotions, but can we feel our feelings? Because we are so aware of how our personal thoughts affect our feelings, we feel the emotions but we can’t feel them. This is a very important distinction, and one that’s often missed. We may feel our emotions but we can’t feel them.
It’s easy to get lost in the emotion, and then forget about the emotion. We may feel that someone’s angry, but we can’t feel that emotion. I’m not claiming that we’re not aware of emotions, but that that our emotions are not our feelings. When we’re angry we’re not upset at the fact that someone is upset with us. We’re upset at ourselves for being angry.
This is a very key distinction. We may feel anger that someone is upset with us, but we cannot feel that emotion. That is, we cannot feel what it is like for someone to have a specific emotion, such as grief. We cannot feel that feeling. It is not in our brain.
That is a very crucial distinction. If we feel that we are angry, we are not angry. We are experiencing anger. We may express anger, but we are not experiencing anger.
For example, we might be mad at the world for being angry. Or we may feel that we are angry, but not express that emotion. We are not angry. The difference is that our anger is not a thing, but a feeling. It is a feeling that we experience in the present moment.