I recently started reading a book entitled “The Three Levels of Self-Awareness” by Dr. Robert Spitzer. I found the book fascinating and thought I would share it with you. Although I didn’t finish reading the book in its entirety, I did get some ideas from it and thought I would share them.
The book is a self-diagnosis guide for those of us who are interested in becoming more aware and in-the-know. Dr. Spitzer uses the term “Three Levels of Self-Awareness” because as we get more aware of our emotions, we’re able to better understand them. In other words, we can recognize what is “normal” and what is not. Dr.
Spitzer goes on to explain the three levels of awareness by looking at the different types of emotions and how they can affect our lives. In this list, I have included a list of emotions that I wish I knew more about. I’ve also included a new one every week or so.
The theme of this review is that I’ve been doing a lot of research on my own life and have found that a lot of people have a strong desire to know more about their own lives. I’ve gotten a lot of good reviews on the way, but I have also found that people can be so interested that they simply want to know what is on their mind.
I think the most common misconception about emotions is that they don’t have a lot of power. That’s not true. Emotions are powerful things. They can be used for good or evil, and they affect our lives in very obvious ways. In my research I have found that people have a strong desire to know more about their own lives because they have a strong desire to know what their feelings are.
When you are not clear about your feelings and emotions then you have to rely on your gut feelings, which often lead to terrible decisions. The feelings you have are not always going to be about good or evil, but you have to be aware that there are always consequences, and that may not be pleasant. A lot of the time bad things happen and it is not even an issue of regret. In fact, it usually doesn’t even look like it is an issue of regret.