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"Exercise 4: Summarising of Self.
Remember: these are not exercises you do just once and then expect to know yourself. You should to these multiple times to be fully sure of your lists because this will be the base of your purpose. This will also be a life-long commitment to yourself to always be aware of where your values and strengths lie and how they are applicable in your life. There needs to be 100% responsibility on your part, like the concept stated, to make this work. This is not something you do because it is a homework assignment, this is about the meaning of your own life. Treat it with respect and be focused on being aware of yourself and your actions.
Once you have your lists, write them down on paper or somewhere you can always see them, and look at them every single day. Think about them, contemplate them, understand them. What do they mean to you? Why do they mean what they do? How can you use them? The reason you should do this is that it gets put into practicality in your life. Your mind starts to draw connections from your self-image. The positive things you are aware of regarding yourself start to shape into your every-day-reality. This is how you become self-aware. Another thing you can do is to meditate at the same time as you think of your values and strengths. When we are in a relaxed state our brain can process information easier and it can be directly programmed into the subconscious."