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I often reference the act of "Going Inward" on my podcast and I receive many request to go further into detail about what "Going Inward" actually means!

Going inward typically refers to the act of turning your attention and focus to your inner self, thoughts, emotions, and experiences. It often involves introspection, self-reflection, and exploring your inner world. This inward journey can be done through various practices, such as meditation, mindfulness, journaling, or engaging in activities that promote self-awareness.

Sound easy? It may be for some but as for myself it was not. My mind has never been able to become totally silent! Especially, in the world of technology that we live in. This explains why going away to retreats and temples for some silence is important but although the peace and quiet of a stroll through the woods or just focusing on the crashing waves along a sandy beach, our mind may still be caught up in our problems.

When you go inward, you create an opportunity to deepen your understanding of yourself, gain clarity, and cultivate a sense of inner peace. It can help you connect with your true values, beliefs, and desires, and uncover any patterns or issues that may be affecting your well-being. By exploring your inner landscape, you can gain insights into your thoughts and emotions, which can lead to personal growth, self-improvement, and a greater sense of self-acceptance.

Going inward is a deeply personal process, and everyone's experience may differ. It's important to create a safe and supportive environment for yourself, free from distractions, where you can focus on your inner journey. Additionally, seeking guidance from a therapist, counselor, or spiritual teacher can be beneficial in navigating this inward exploration.

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