Self-Inquiry is a process whereby we ask ourselves a series of question following Mindfulness Meditation. It is an inquiry into our inner awareness. An insight into our inner wisdom and a glimpse into our autonomous purpose. Along the way, we explore and discover our limiting belief system and gain greater understanding into its origins through the practice of meditation and journaling.
Self-enquiry, also spelled self-inquiry (Sanskrit vichara, also called jnana-vichara or ātma-vichār), is the constant attention to the inner awareness of “I” or “I am” recommended by Ramana Maharshi as the most efficient and direct way of discovering the unreality of the “I”-thought.
What are the Benefits of Self-Inquiry?
Why use a Journal in Meditation? Using a journal is about writing a response to self-inquiry, self-analysis and understanding. Somehow, writing down our most inner thoughts, feelings and answers help to unravel our confused minds. The journal process offers us an interaction between ourselves and a mirror reflection of our subconscious mind.
The Benefits of using a journal?
Journaling is a personal journey, which is useful in Mindfulness but is also a Mindfulness act in itself. The act of writing and reflecting in the moment. Here are 10 benefits of Journaling following Mindfulness meditation.
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