Inner Self

Last Updated: June 12, 2018

Definition - What does Inner Self mean?

The inner self is an individual’s personal, internal identity - one that is distinct from identities defined by external, social forces and relationships. It is closely linked to a person’s values, beliefs, goals and motivations.

The term also implies a level of authenticity not associated with external identities and labels; it is the “true self.” Many refer to the inner self as the soul, particularly in spiritual contexts. Meditation and yoga have been used for thousands of years as a way to tune into the body and access and align with the inner self.

Yogapedia explains Inner Self

The inner self is a state of consciousness that can be accessed through meditation and introspection, which promote greater self-awareness and acceptance. Yoga philosophy views each person's core self as perfect, but aims to help bring awareness to negative patterns or thoughts that may not be serving a person's higher purpose. Yoga is the process of cleaning the mind of all the things that keep the true inner self from shining through.

During These Times of Stress and Uncertainty Your Chakras May Be Blocked.

To help you bring attention to your chakras and to identify which of your chakras are causing you issues, we created the following quiz.

Try not to stress over every question, but simply answer based off your intuition. After all, you know yourself better than anyone else.

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