Why we believe Self assessment is important?


SELF ASSESSMENT BASICALLY KNOWN AS SELF EVALUATION OR JUDGEMENT, that where oneself is standing, where the abilities are lying, how much potential one can have, where the IQ stands, how much they are creative, whether they are aimless or have an aim? where their passion is required, and skills are wanted, and so on. Self-acceptance is an art, today we meet most of the people with different circumstances and level of consciousness, some are conscious about their looks, some for their IQ levels, some for their weight, some for their color, some for their creativity, and some think they are the losers, as they have nothing, this is not what we got by birth, this is what we inhaled from society, got compliments and make it a judgement on own self, but that’s true if someone passes out the compliment might be a bullying, the person who got bullied turns to become nothing, but only those who knows their self-assessment is all they need to have a grip on, they can fight, not only with those who are bullying but also with the time to change it, and they made a change in them, a super great change, and only these kind of people can not only survive but live, so peacefully and successfully.

One of the greatest obstacles to creative transformation and moving deeper into self-acceptance is unwholesome self-judgments, and we all have them. The mind’s ability to generate such judgments is very powerful because it’s working off old neural programming that must be rewritten again and again before new, more wholesome thought processes can become habitual. With more wholesome thought patterns in place, crisis becomes less overwhelming, and it’s far easier to let go of resistance, tune into your passions and inner resources, and move forward with self-confidence.

 

“When there exists attachment, contemplate impermanence, unsatisfactoriness, and the No-Self.”

— Buddha

 

  • CLARIFY THE LABEL OF SUCCESS: getting the students to really understand what their classroom experience will be and how their success will be measured.
  • STUDENTS LEARNING: getting students involved with each other in discussions and working groups can help improve student learning.
  • SELF-REGULATION: self-regulation of learning leads to student performance improvement.
  • PROVIDE FEEDBACKS: working with students to provide them the information they need to better understand problems and solutions.

Few steps that are mentioned above, might be helpful as we follow in different sections of living.

Self-evaluation is important at any stage in your life. In today's world, most organizations use self-evaluation for any project and services they have in place. Furthermore, teachers are now actively encouraging their pupils to self-evaluate.it’s very important at times to direct your attention to yourself and your needs in order to cultivate true and deep self-acceptance. For example, if you consider yourself to have the characteristic of “callousness,” you might reframe it as the quality of courage. If you see yourself as “weak,” consider perceiving yourself as being sensitive to other people’s feelings.

You’ll never rid yourself of your moral well-being self-judgments and be completely free from the suffering they cause you. However, you can alter their quality, learn from them, and either let them go or transform them so that they no longer block you from a sense of well-being, a feeling of spaciousness, and an openness to new possibilities, self love and self-acceptance. Most often, when you let go of your unwholesome self-judgments, you discover aspects of yourself that inspire and vitalize you. You start to have faith that you can live more authentically and richly.

Some of our self-judgments are so painful to acknowledge that we prevent our conscious mind from bringing them to the surface of our awareness. No one wants to face an excruciatingly painful thought such as “I’m a bad parent” or “Important people in my life don’t respect me,” yet such moral well-being and destructive beliefs about ourselves lie within many of us. Our fear magnifies danger out of all proportion.

By using mindfulness and the art of creative transformation, you can face the truth about yourself and hold on to faith that every one of your qualities can be mined for its beneficial aspects. The fear that you can’t change may push you into refusal and cause you to minimize the consequences of your unproductive behaviors.

Some good points one should follow to overcome it:

  • You may choose to take the time out to examine your self-judgments immediately, or you may come back to them later when you’re alone or with someone on your wisdom Council of support.
  • Ask for help from a therapist, mentor, or wise partner from your wisdom Council of support, someone who can help you to honestly examine your unwholesome self-judgments.
  • Ask yourself, “What is this self-judgment causing me to think or feel about myself in this moment?”
  • Ask yourself, “Would I like to think or feel something different? What thought or feeling could I generate to shift myself out of this unwholesome state?”

The false self also called the “ego” or the “egoic mind,” is the self we identify with when we’re focused on our own needs or importance. The false self is not “bad,” but identifying solely with this self, rather than the core self, leads to unwholesome thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. The more we engage in egoic mind, the harder it is to handle a crisis.

 

 

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