Topic: getting rid of the ish
This is my first post so hello everybody.
For a long time I have been concerned with trying to better myself. I think that my self-improvement mission is going fairly well so far and with improved self-awareness I have managed to reduce many of my faults. Recently it has been occurring to me that through this constant struggle with my self a great deal of ‘ish’ has come into the equation. I have always had a bit of a selfish streak but for a while now I have realised that I am not the person that I would like to think that I am. I’m really just wondering if any of you guys have any advice/experience on how to deal with the pride that inevitably comes with the feeling that you have made improvements to your self and also how to be more aware of other peoples needs and how these relate to your own personal journey. Have tried searching the net but couldn’t find anything that related my dilemma to the more spiritual/metaphysical aspects of life, thus skewing my perception of their validity (but mostly just couldn’t find anything useful) and having been a lurker in the shadows of noble realms for a while it seems you bunch would be able to offer some good insight into this.