Day 3390: Self-consciousness

I am conscious of self and others and I’m conscious of how self-consciousness affects us all.

Here are some quotes about self-consciousness:

As I get older, I get less self-conscious, which is wonderful.

Do you see self-consciousness in my other images for today?

Today I am going take a chance and talk like Shakespeare without any self-consciousness.

Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “self-consciousness”.

I hope you can overcome self-consciousness and leave a comment, below.

I am conscious of my self, here and now, being grateful for all who help me create this daily blog, including YOU.

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15 thoughts on “Day 3390: Self-consciousness

  1. I am learning to be less self conscious! Its not easy, but slowly I am getting there with it!

  2. Here’s to your awesome self, Ann.

  3. I’ve worked on becoming less self conscious my whole life. Still have a little ways to go. I like the quote by Osho, it rings true. Congratulations on your 500,000 views! 🎉

  4. I can see that Joan is over the moon that you have had HALF A MILLION views. I am not at all self conscious in saying “Congratulations”.

  5. I like Stephen Fry’s view that the devil of self-consciousness has been one of his angels. He has a real talent for finding the positive in the negative which I think we’d all benefit from being conscious of.

  6. I am overcoming self-consciousness just enough to leave this message!

  7. with each day as i age, i find that i am less self conscious, as i worry less about what others think of me. it is a long process, and very liberating. each day feels just a bit lighter

  8. Pingback: Day 3391: The creative process | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

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