It is generally thought that being extroverted means that you will get further in life and be more successful Whilst, being an introvert, you are seen as weak, lacking in confidence and just a bit blah. This is general thinking. But, we all know that this is not the case and that we are all different, we are unique. In fact, most of us can be a bit of both depending on the situations.
In this post, I want to change our thinking on being introverted. I want to express my vision and practice of introversion. For me, introversion is about looking inside of me, doing inner work, and learning what it is that makes me tick, and what brings me joy. I a lot of us, don’t actually know ourselves, because we are too busy being outward-facing. When we are inwardly facing, we see our beauty in a humble, way and we begin to celebrate being ourselves. We no longer fall prey to comparison, what people think of us, how people treat us, what opinion they have of us, none of that matter.
I love being introverted and mastering myself. I love improving my inner world and world view. I love to win the small battle, for example keeping my peace when others are harsh to me. That is a win for me, that signifies and lets me know how much I have moved forwarded in my journey and how much more I have to go.
When we are introverted, we make a silent but significant impact our surroundings and the work, We create a powerful but incognito ripple in the worlds vibration. We send out a positivity to the world and ourself, that is healing. This is amplified when we connect to the Divine power of peace.
The Power of Introversion
On a spiritual path, being introverted is the most powerful tool in your tool box. Being introverted is doing inner work, and understanding the essence that is you. Being introverted is to meditate. Being introverted is to link to the Divine and download his power.
Being introverted is to have the courage to look at yourself with a magnifying glass to see all your positives and negatives, and then have the courage to change the negatives. Being introverted and then transforming yourself is the highest act of self respect. It is an act of self mastery.
How can I change myself and get better, if I don’t honestly look at the pluses and minuses of my character/personality? I should know my impact on others too. I need to understand how closer I am getting to my original qualities of I the Soul. The original qualities of I the Soul are Peace, Love, Purity, Wisdom and Joy.
Affirmation and Manifestation of Introvertedness
I am a master of myself. When I am introverted, I become a self sovereign of my inner realm. I become a master of my life, my thoughts, my feeling and my interactions. My life becomes easier and lighter, as I know when I should interact, when to let go, when to be quiet, when to be peaceful, and I remain content. Everyday, I take time to step inward and look at my daily account of thoughts and evaluate what did I gain and what did I lose. For example, did I maintain my peace the whole day, or did I lose my peace? Why did I lose my peace? How can I change that.
Spending time in silence, alone, in connection with the Divine in meditation, creates such an internal tower of strength, and contentment, that you can ride each wave of life like an expert surfer. When you are comfortable in silence, in your own company and the company of the Divine there no greater sense of happiness. There is great power in being introverted in a spiritual sense.
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The power of introversion. This is an old post I wrote a while back. I was rereading and I thought you might enjoy it too. Click through to read the original and let me know your thoughts
I say when we fully embrace who we are whether extroverted or introverted, that’s what real strength is. Kudos to you my friend. Genuine realness is where it’s at😉
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