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The Self-Awareness Onion

The Self-Awareness Onion

Self-awareness is like an onion, with many layers that can be peeled back to reveal deeper insights about us:

  1. The outermost layer is our public self. This is the self that we present to the world, and it is crafted to project a certain image. 
  2. Our private self, that we know ourselves to be. This layer is often more complex and messy than our public one, and it includes things that we are ashamed or afraid of.
  3. At the bottom are our core values, beliefs & motivations. These layers are often hidden from us, and it can be difficult to access them.

Happy peeling!


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