You easily understand psychology and psychological concepts. If you were born a couple of thousand years in the past, you would have been a philosopher, without a doubt.
But every single piece of information that you take is intended for a bigger purpose. The bigger purpose of everything you are trying to understand is to find the cosmic truth.
The information you collect is put together and closely examined, like detectives do on a pinboard, in order to link things together, find the answers and solve the mystery.
Your approach for self-actualization is inward. You start from the outside world and you absorb as much information as you can so you can come closer to the truth and find the answers you are looking for.
You could not care less of how others perceive you, all you want is to find out who you really are and what you are doing here. That’s your greatest mystery.
There’s nothing wrong in the approach you take, just be careful not to lose yourself in the process. You are not the answers that you find, you are the one who asks the questions.
3. Birds and Nature
The First Detail That You See On This Image Reveals Unconscious Secrets of Your Personality – Birds and Nature
Just like the birds on this image, you do not feel like a part of the game society tries to play, or let’s say the image society tries to paint.
You do not try to create yourself, nor find yourself. You just want to be free to be yourself and experience the world.
You do not feel like you fit where you are at the moment. You would rather travel and explore the majestic world.
You do not like to stay at one place for too long. The understanding that everything is momentary just amplifies your anxiety and desire to try different things.
You do not take things very seriously. You love to party, have fun and just be crazy from time to time.
You love being surrounded by nature. Your heart fills up on the sole thought of exploring new exotic places around the world.
You value experience over any knowledge. You absorb information and materialize different elements, but nothing stays for too long. It’s there until it serves the purpose of creating the experience and then you let go. You move on.
Your approach for self-actualization is radiant. It’s a mix of inward and outward with the emphasis of going forward. As you beam forward like a photon of light, unchained and dual in nature, you learn more about yourself and project more of yourself.
But your main purpose is to realize yourself and experience the world. You don’t really care about how others see you, or what’s the cosmic truth. You feel like a traveler on a vacation who is there just to explore and have fun.
There is nothing wrong with the approach you take, just make sure you do take proper care about your relationships. Even though nothing is permanent, the only time you will find substance in your purpose is when you build and take care of something that will not last forever.
Written By Dejan Davchevski
Originally Published on lifecoachcode.com