I think it is important to note that there are three levels of self-awareness.
The first level is about how much we know about ourselves. This is also where most of us begin, to the extent that we don’t realize we don’t know. This is the level where most of us begin to do the most common mistakes. For instance, we tend to think of ourselves as a certain way, and so we make a habit of acting in ways that we do not really believe to be the right way.
This is where we tend to act out our “ideals” and start to believe them to be true. We believe in our own sense of self and that we know what we need to do to get things done, without even taking the time to consider other people’s ideas or opinions. This is the level where we begin to think of others as being in a similar level when they are actually in a different one.
The question is not whether we want to be in a self-aware state or whether we want to be in a rational state. It’s more about whether we believe we are doing the right thing.
So we believe in our own sense of self. In order to attain that, we need to believe in the world around us. And the world around us is not rational. The world is full of things that don’t add up to what we think they are. So, if you have a belief system that is more or less rational, you are in a self-aware state when you are actually in a rational state.
In order to be self-aware, you need to believe in your own sense of self. You can’t believe in the world around you unless you believe in your own sense of self. So we should be in a self-aware state if we believe in the world around us. Otherwise, we are in a rational state.
So, what exactly are we in that we don’t believe in the world around us? How do we know we are in a self-aware state? It’s very easy to say, “Okay, I’m in a rational state because I believe in the world around me. You know, I believe in the world around me because I believe in my sense of self.” This is a very fallacious response.
We are in a self-aware state if we think about the world around us and believe that we are in a rational state. But how do we know if we are in a self-aware state? Well, we can’t, because our thoughts and actions are not randomly happening. Our thoughts are based on our beliefs. The more we believe in the world around us, the more likely we are to act in a rational (self-aware) way.
I think we all have the ability to be self-awareness. It’s just that we don’t want to, and we can’t help how our behavior is perceived. In any case, the ability to become self-aware is a choice for us. Every person I know, including myself, can attest to the fact that they have the ability to become self-aware. And then they act in a random way. It’s not self-aware.
It’s a very complicated thing. When people talk about self-awareness, they mean the ability to be aware of yourself. If you’re asking about being self-aware in general, I think you should rephrase the question. Most people who are self-aware have an ability to become self-aware.