When I started doing research for this book, I found I was looking at the top three quotes that had resonated with me on my journey to self-awareness. That’s right, they were from someone other than me, the “att” in the title of this blog.
The first is “The only constant in life is change, and the universe is not set up to give you a steady stream of it.” When I wrote this, I had just started the The Path to Self-Awareness course online at www.PathToSelfAwareness.com. That course is by Dr. Peter B.
The path to Self-Awareness can be traced back to a series of experiments designed by Dr. Albert Camus. The experiments were aimed at testing the idea of self-awareness, with the aim of developing a method for self-awareness and self-promotion. For some time now, I’ve been trying to learn how to become consciously aware of the world and how to be aware of how people feel about themselves.
The path to self-awareness is a process that can be traced all the way back to the “Innocent Man” experiments by Camus. The experiment was conducted to test the concept of humanity’s self-awareness. The premise was that a man in a state of total isolation would attempt to make himself free of his surroundings. But by doing so, he became aware of himself in a way that nobody else could, and that he was able to make himself aware of his environment.
The point of the experiment was to determine whether this ability, or the ability to feel different things in your environment, is part of a person’s normal personality. The results were that, yes, this ability is not a good thing, and that it can lead to depression and other mental health issues.
The experiment was, of course, meant to be a fun way to learn about humans. But the results turned out to be a lot more depressing than fun. I have a friend who was part of the experiment, and he had a nice time, but he also was part of a research group that was trying to determine if people who do the things they do with the aim to make themselves feel better have a normal personality.
So if you are thinking about wanting to be a part of this experiment, it is something to think about. People were encouraged to think about it for a while, and for a bit they were given a bunch of questions that had been asked in the past, asking them to think about what they’ve done in the past, what they’ve learned, and how it has impacted their life. The experiment lasted for approximately a month, but the results were less than ideal.
People who felt like they had made a difference (or at least had made some positive changes) were asked to think back to their life. They were then asked to rank their top 10 life changes. If they ranked their lives correctly, they were given a second chance to rank their changes again. They were also given a third chance to rank their life changes again.
As you can see from the chart, a lot of people made positive changes. A couple people were still having trouble with life changes. It turns out however, that the people who felt they had made a change ended the program for good. They didn’t feel they had made any meaningful changes or even made positive changes.
It turns out that many people who had had a life change were just really happy to be alive. It is not uncommon for a person to experience one life change and then never experience another. At least that’s how it seems in our study of 13 million people.