“INNER” Self Vs “OUTER” Self

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All of us must have heard about dual personalities. A term basically used for people who present themselves in one way but they are actually feeling & thinking in some other way. It is always considered the best option to stay away from such people. These dual personalities are portrayed as those who betray, cheat or do back-biting.

But, have you ever introspected yourself?

Do you present yourself in exactly the same manner as you are?

How much you know your ‘own-self’ compared to others around you?

How many times you try to contradict your own thoughts?

How many times you felt that your sub-conscious is occupied by the thoughts which your conscious had shed off?

What I feel is that almost all of us have this dual personality. What we feel & how we react is not always in same line. But, the difference lies in identifying what actually differs in our feelings & our actions?  As long as we don’t think any negative like betraying/ cheating others, we consider ourselves clear hearted.

But, in defining dual personalities we miss the positive aspect at times. There may be a situation when we hide our true image just because we didn’t felt the need to expose it. People frame opinions with what they see. So, it may also happen that you are good but no one realizes this as your casual presentation never reflected what you exactly are?

There is always an “Inner Self” in us. This has always remained with you. This is something which knows all about you. Your “Actual” Self…your “True” Self. This is the “True” Self which sometimes contradicts our own decisions. This is the “True” Self that always stays in your “Sub-conscious” mind.  But, this is pure, clear & without any fabrication.

However, our “Outer Self” is our “Presentable” self. It is fabricated at times depending on circumstances & need of the hour. It is framed by our logical & decisive thinking , by evaluating pros & cons, by analyzing effects & results.

Now, the only thing one has to be careful about is the differences between our own Inner & Outer self.

More difference results in more conflicts. It results in difference in opinion in our own decisions.

It results in our sub-conscious representing our “Inner Self” & conscious representing our “Outer Self”.

And last but not the least this becomes the root cause for disturbing our mental peace.

So, friends it’s time to introspect & find out if you too have dual personality? If yes, do work out on this and try to minimize it to the best possible extent.

LIFE BECOMES TOO EASY AND PEACEFUL, WHEN-

YOU ARE FREE,

YOU ACT THE WAY YOU LIKE,

YOU PRESENT THE WAY YOU FEEL,

YOU TALK WHAT YOU WANT TO SPEAK,

YOU THINK AND JUDGE WITH YOUR MIND,

BUT YOU LISTEN AND WALK WITH YOUR HEART !!

ALWAYS TRY TO BE WHAT YOU ARE,

FOR ITS BEST…TO STAY THE WAY YOU ARE !!

Intentions and Presentations

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13 thoughts on ““INNER” Self Vs “OUTER” Self

  1. rightly said.
    more the difference b/w inner and outer self, more will be the conflict.
    for harmony to prevail, peace to become happiness; aligning the two states of an individual is necessary.., else
    no difference b/w us and the dissociative syndrome.

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