The three level self-awareness is that we are all aware of ourselves and our thoughts, but not of the thoughts or actions around us. Being aware of your thoughts and actions is one thing, being aware of your thoughts and actions everywhere is something else. This level of self-awareness becomes more important as we age, and becomes more important when we are feeling like we need to make changes.
The problem with age is that it doesn’t respect our self-awareness. We don’t remember what we did yesterday, but we do remember what we did two weeks ago. We don’t think of the things we once loved, and all of our experiences seem to be lost in the fog of time. The only way to regain our sense of self-awareness is to actively seek out the things we’ve learned from our experiences and memories.
The problem is most of us are only active in our 20s or 30s. We need to be in touch with our youth, and not just our youth but our wisdom. The problem is most of us are not still in touch with our youth. Most people in our 20s are not even still in touch with their wisdom. In other words, most people in our 20s don’t know what they did two weeks ago when they were younger.
This is why I think most people in our 20s and 30s are living in denial. We’re not being actively self-aware in those years. It’s easier to be like, “Oh yeah, I remember that.” But the problem is most of us are not actively self-aware.
The problem with most people in our 20s and 30s is that they are still not actively self-aware. Even if you are active self-aware you still have to remember that your actions were not self-aware.
Of course, we can also look at our actions as not self-aware. We could say that we are not actively self-aware, and that we are not aware of the consequences of our actions. We could then say that our actions are not self-aware, but are the result of our own unconscious thoughts, feelings, and actions. We could even say that our actions are unconscious, but not that we are not aware of them.
The problem is that if you’re actively self-aware, you’re aware of the consequences of your actions, and will react accordingly. If you are not aware of the consequences of your actions, then you are not self-aware of them.
We are very conscious of what we are doing, but not of the consequences of our actions. We will act out of a sense of what is right and wrong. This is why we say we are not aware of self-awareness, but are aware of the consequences of our actions and the reasons why we act the way we do.
If you think about it, there could be no other possible purpose of self-awareness. If we could not be aware of ourselves, then how could we be aware of the consequences of our actions? If we could not be aware of our actions, then there could be no sense of purpose or meaning to life.
I would ask the same question in a different way. If you are being honest with yourself, you might think that your actions are part of the reason why you don’t have the means to be honest with yourself. It’s not so much the reason for a being to be honest with yourself, but the reason for being honest with others.