You And Society – How To Identify Yourself In Society
However, experts would have us believe even ordinary individuals can learn to raise their sense of self-identity in the social context with a few simple exercises – we learn about these, here!
That man is a social animal is a fact we have been oft reminded of, but how far can he learn to develop skills and character traits to enable a more harmonious and healthy living standard as a useful member of society is what we can learn – for our own good and for the greater good of mankind, too is a question we need to answer – and do answer, right here, for our readers! So, stick around to find the answers to what are options for developing our self-identities in context to society and if there are actually workable solutions for this issue and also learn the importance of man’s need to build on a sense of motivation, high energy and ideals in order to be a worthy and contributing member of a civil, peaceful and harmonious society.
First, the good news: yes, there are proven methods available for developing our identity as responsible, happy and useful members of a social framework. These options can be followed as a guru-mantra if you are lucky enough to find a guide for yourself; but if not, don’t despair – that’s exactly what we are here for – to guide and direct your thought processes so that once you understand the value of the pattern of a certain higher consciousness needed to develop society and your sense of self both, you can expect a consistent self-development, even while living in same body. This is because there will a new sense of motivation, renewed vigor and enthusiasm to deal with challenges as opportunities – not obstacles – and thus you will be empowered (due to the change in attitude brought about by gaining insight and brighter perspectives that benefit others apart from yourself) to build and sustain life-nourishing skills that also develop your society!!
This can be achieved in many different ways that exclude stress, by doing away with negative people and situations and also experiences that mar your positive perspectives: for example, when something bad happens to you, keep the lesson but throw away the experience because unnecessarily mulling over things that worry you or pull you down will only affect your capacity for joy and make you give up efforts to better your life.
For this reason, eliminating factors that cause stress is essential to avoid becoming mentally unhealthy or physically sick, which restricts personal growth and development. So, cultivate a positive attitude, stay focused on the good work at hand, control your reactions to negative situations (don’t go along with them) and opt for positive reinforcement of self development skills e.g. meditation, regular exercise, balanced diet and taking up fulfilling hobbies. Read, play, educate yourself over the Internet or public library resources and once you find what works for you best – stick to it and you will find your self identity in society improving remarkably!