When it comes to attribution, you need to understand that there are different levels of self-awareness. At the first level, we are aware of our own thoughts, beliefs, desires, and feelings. This is the level where we are able to be truly aware of how we are affecting our lives. When it comes to our thoughts, beliefs, desires, and feelings, they are just the thoughts we experience.
At the second level (and this is most commonly referred to as online), we are aware of the thoughts, beliefs, desires, and feelings we have internally. We can choose whether or not to pay attention to these thoughts and feelings, and in doing so we are able to consciously control them.
The point here is that we are choosing to focus our awareness on these internal thoughts and feelings, rather than on external things (people, events, places, etc.). In other words we are choosing to engage in a self-awareness training or self-awareness practice. This is where it becomes even more important to develop a sense of self-awareness, because when you choose to engage in self-awareness practices, it will allow you to be aware of your thoughts and feelings.
This is a really good point, as it doesn’t say that self-awareness is something you can only focus on when you feel like you’re going to be doing it all over again. But that doesn’t mean it’s the only thing that can get you on autopilot. You can develop a sense of self-awareness by looking at your thoughts, emotions, or feelings, even if you don’t want to do it all over again.
This is all really good advice, but it is a little confusing. In talking to people about online to offline attribution, one of the problems that people have is that they think that it is always a one-way street. This is simply not true at all. A person can think, feel, and behave in the ‘online’ mode, but still feel and behave in the ‘offline’ mode too.
The problem is that people think that just because you have a bad feeling about something, or you don’t like something, that you are always a bad person. But in reality, that is not what it means. Sure, your feelings are definitely negative, but that does not mean that you are always a bad person. In fact, it is not even true that you are always bad.
In fact, it is not even true that you are always bad. You could be just being really mean. Or maybe you just aren’t that cool, or not that caring. Or maybe you have a terrible memory. Or maybe you don’t like that someone has done something to you.
If your negative feelings about something are just being really mean, you’re still being mean. You are still using the same exact words to express your negative feelings. And if you are using those words to express your negative feelings – to describe how you feel – then you do not have a different negative thing to attribute to the thing. You are still using the exact same words to express your negative feelings, and you are still saying the exact same thing. All you do is change the context.
So if you’re trying to attribute your feelings to a certain thing (a girl in the movie version of the television show) then you’re still saying the exact thing. So if you’re trying to attribute your feelings to the girl who does the right thing, you’re still saying that the girl could be a lesbian.
This is another way of saying that you can only attribute your feelings to things that you are in a position to know. So you have to know the girl who does the right thing, but not the girl who does the wrong thing.