Where you learn to forgive yourself and others. Where you learn to let go of the past and choose to grow into your new Self.
The more Awareness you have about who you are, why you behave in the way you do, what motivates you, what inspires you, the more control you will have over how you shape your life going forward.
Learning how to cultivate your inner World is just as important for your well-being as staying in shape. Your thoughts, values, attitudes, and emotions have a huge influence on the way you experience the World.
You have to work on how you think, your internal monologue. The way you feel at any given moment depends on the way you talk to yourself and on what you focus on. Thus, if you want to be a happier person, you need to change the way you talk to yourself.
To cultivate your inner World means working on your thoughts, values, attitudes, and emotions.
If you think you are one of those people who does not talk to yourself, you are wrong because everyone does!
But just because you are not aware of your thoughts does not mean they do not have a powerful effect on your mood. You need to identify what your self-talk (internal monologue) is like.
Once you have figured that out, the next step is to start using constructive, positive self-talk. The best way to do that is by identifying your irrational beliefs and trying to turn them into realistic, empowering ones instead.
You might catch yourself thinking you are worthless. If you think into that thought a bit, you realize it is an exaggeration. What are you good at? What can you achieve? Those are the thoughts that help you develop a solid sense of self-esteem and a more realistic perspective of the World.
You need to modify your attitudes and values. You need to re-evaluate the significance you place on the things in your life and what you see as important. Picking out the things that truly feel valuable to you can make a big difference.
You need to work on the way you feel. It might sound strange, but the best way to do that is usually indirect. Instead of trying to directly change your emotions, it is better to try to modify your thoughts and values.