“The third level of self-awareness is that there is more to life than just the next meal or the next thought. Most people don’t know the second level; they don’t know the third. So don’t use this as an excuse to be lazy about eating or doing your favorite activities. Even a short walk after you finish a meal or a shower is a worthwhile thing. This is the third level of awareness.
A lot of times our behavior is simply a reaction to something that is an input to our brains. For example, when I take a shower, I dont do it to wash away the dirt or to get rid of a stain. I do it because I need soap.
Not to mention the fact that our brains are constantly processing our emotions. Even if we are able to recognize that we are looking at the right things, we can’t remember which ones and why. This is the third level of awareness.
This is called the “cognitive level” and occurs when we are able to think and make our decisions on a deeper level. It also happens when we can remember things without having to look at them. This is the “emotional level.
When we are at the cognitive level of awareness, we can think about things that are not actually there, but think they are important. Or we can remember something that we have previously forgotten. For example, our memory for names is not the same as our memory for faces. This is the emotional level.
This isn’t the first time we’ve discussed how to remember things. But I think it’s the most important one for us to remember in the most basic way possible. The most important part of this is the way our emotions are expressed. It’s the way we talk, the way we feel, the way we think, the way we think when we think. It’s like hearing the sound of a gunshot that’s just coming out of my mouth, but it’s really not that loud.
When we’re talking, we use words to describe our feelings. For example, to say something is sad, you say “isn’t it sad” or “I feel sad” or “I feel the same way”. The thing is, these are only words. Its not like a physical experience, where you can feel the exact same sensation as it does with a word. This is the emotional level, the emotional sensation.
Talking and feeling is what makes us human. When we talk, we use words to describe our feelings. When we feel, we experience the same sensation as the words we use to describe our feelings. When we think, we think our thoughts, and we use words to describe these thoughts. When we act, we use words to describe the actions we perform. When we die, we use words. All of these activities and experiences carry with them an emotion, a feeling, a sensation.
The words that describe what’s happening to your body can be different from the words that describe your feelings or actions. For example, when your mom tells you “I am sad,” the words you use to describe your emotions feel sad. When your sister says, “I am so happy,” her words feel happy. The words you use to describe your actions feel happy.
So, it’s no surprise that when you die, you can’t remember your actions and feelings. But you can also feel like you are talking to your loved ones and have them back to you. That’s what we call the “sister in law” effect. It’s like the feeling when your girlfriend tells you something funny, or when you tell your best friend something and he’s back in your life.