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"Are you sure you aren't making a mistake?" I had just announced to one of my dearest friends that I planned to walk away from Wall Street and my seven-figure salary. "Yes, I'm sure." But was I?
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Self-Inquiry stands on its own as a unique practice divorced from any affiliation with any single religious or spiritual path. It exists at the core of all religions and spiritual schools. Put simply it is the looking to see what you already really are. At the center of almost all spiritual, religious, and philosophical systems are a few key points- The first is that you are not what you think you are. You have mistakenly taken on an identity (usually seen as limited) that is other than what you actually are.
The Internet has introduced a golden age of ill-informed arguments. You can't post a video of an adorable kitten without a raging debate about pet issues spawning in the comment section . These days, everyone is a pundit. But with all those different perspectives on important issues flying around, you'd think we'd be getting smarter and more informed. Unfortunately, the very wiring of our brains ensures that all these lively debates only make us dumber and more narrow-minded.