Are you consciously aware of your immediate surroundings, mindful enough to realize the current moment you’re in. This to know what type of self image you’re portraying to others right now, and the world around you when in social settings.
This includes how you come across as a person of interest, when at work, with friends and family, or when out shopping at the mall.
The immediate experience of being aware of yourself, and then adjusting your “self-image,” to the environment you’re in.
This need of self evaluation has been with us ever since we as humans began to speak, and effectively communicate back and forth with one other.
This occurs when it comes to sharing our personal or mutual experiences. We give off a certain vibe, a certain aura you need to be aware of.
What’s known is those who are completely unaware and aloof regarding their true image, are usually those who you notice standing out from the crowd, and reacting awkwardly.
How You Come Across
There are just a handful of astute individuals, who consciously knows how effective and dynamic their image is. It’s a part of their personality like it’s some sort of hidden code.
This is the same programming that organizes the trajectory aim of your self-development.
So you need to ask yourself and be as honest as possible when going out… “What is the type of self-image I’m currently portraying to others?”
When you ask a cross section of people, the majority will tell you their own self-image is closely linked to how they’re feeling at the moment.
Most individuals will primarily associate what their ideal self is, to what their current mood is, or how they actually feel or what they’re thinking.
They will usually link together as well as identify their own self-evaluation, as if it were real.
Mindful Of The Moment
Have you ever thought about what you’re actually doing, or how you come across to others at any given time, or the very moment you’re out in public.
What’s found, is the majority of people out there, just don’t care what others think of them.
Then there are certain people who carry a self-conscious belief, there’s something visually wrong with their personality or their body.
They usually feel an immediate inner sense of failure or disappointment about themselves, when it comes to anything that’s connected to their body image.
For instance, someone who feels they are too thin or too heavy at this time, are conscious of it.
Our Self Conscious Selves
Some know their nose is too big or they have uneven teeth, and will constantly diminish and beat themselves up with ongoing self-criticism.
This then promotes them to evaluate and promote their negative inner conversation with themselves.
This person will internally take on the position of being their own worse critic, and will continue to subconsciously criticize themselves about “that awfully big nose.”
How Do You Rate Yourself
What you need to ask yourself, based on a scale of 1 to 10, with one being the lowest and ten being completely satisfied. How happy are you with the self image you portray to others.
To be effective as possible regarding our mental maps, what we need is to disassociate ourselves from who we actually are.
In other words, what we need to see is an image of ourselves in full action. Then we’re able to follow a visual movie which shows our self being, as well as displaying what we value.
This type of dissociated viewing, is usually described as viewing yourself from being secretly filmed by a video camera.
You’ll then witness yourself in your complete inner recall without prejudice, from the viewpoint of a projection system.
A Movie Of Your Life
What we need is to see ourselves from an outsider’s point of view, so we can witness the exact expression on our face, how our body language is, the way we walk and talk.
We can then evaluate and detail all of the qualities we value of ourselves, or what we dislike about ourselves.
This dissociated viewing helps us to learn easily and quickly all of the important areas of our physical self image and thus our lives. We then most importantly, learn what we think who we are.
So take a step back, and view your face and your body as an event as if you’ve been inspired.
Witness all of the qualities you display, such as your facial and body movements, along with your inner wisdom, your warm radiance, your subtle humour, your aura.
How Others See You
Become intently mindful and aware of the exact moment you’re in, when revealing all of the various qualities of your persona.
This includes all of your subtle gestures, the body language you portray, your personality, how you laugh.
What you can then appreciate and improve upon, is exactly how others see you, while sensing and adjusting to the true self-image which is your life.