We are all interested in compassion and love and meditation. You have to change yourself if you want to see a change in the world. And the only way you can do this is by accepting your faults and taking positive steps to change them. This is the basis of all religions, spiritual traditions, and ethical theories. Be a better person.
How to identify your faults?
Here are few tips on how you can understand your faults.
- Become aware of the outcomes of your actions
The initial thing that you need to do is start to become more conscious of your actions. It is your actions that often determine who you are and how you are viewed in the society, so it is essential that you start to notice them.
Everything that you do in this world has a consequence. Each cause has a result. If you drop an apple, it will drop to the ground. If you eat poisoned food, you will get ill. If you continue to waste your time, you won’t reach your goals.
It is important to start thinking about your actions and the results of your actions. If you want to find your most hurtful personal faults you just need to look at the results of your behavior. If good things come from the action, you act then keep it up. If bad things result from the things you do, then it is time to get a change.
- Become conscious of the results of your speech
This is the same as point number one, but alternatively, of concentrating on the body’s actions, we are focusing on our speech. Many time people are held back by their speech. Your Gossip, harsh words, lies are responsible for hurting someone.
Again, we need to view the results of our speech. Do our words encourage and motivate people to good or do they make someone feel small, ashamed or embarrassed? This is necessary. Speech does often ignore by people who are interested in self-development, but it performs such an essential role in our lives.
Therefore, we have to become more aware of what you say, how you say it.
Listening is an art that must be improved. It needs to be honed. It is a skill. And, when you learn how to listen correctly you learn a lot about yourself and other people. If you want to recognize your faults, you need to start listening to others.
When you learn to listen well, you might start to become more self-aware. This will able you to find faults that you might otherwise have missed and as such give you with a chance to work with them.
Shree Radhe Maa says that “Recognizing your faults and changing them is not easy. It is hard work, and it can, at times, be extremely painful. But the result is always worth it.”