Braveability’s approach to difficulty, within and between individuals, involves emphasis on psychological transformation, an essential need and possibility for each person, which many, at first, do not realize. It is not through external means (economic, social, or technological), but through inner development that people discover the difference they need to address their core issues and concerns. Each person must accept responsibility for his or her inner development, without which attempts at change inevitably lead to loss—mine and my neighbor’s. As a person continues to pursue inner transformation, involvement with others becomes a primary context for awareness and growth. Fortunately, true change is a collaborative effort, involving harmony between individuals.
Psychological transformation is achievable through your effort to practice the things Braveability offers and your willingness to question your attempts and continue practicing and questioning. The things you read on the Blog will not be wrong; however, without questioning and attempting to practice them, they remain only half-truths and cannot bring lasting difference. Braveability’s commitment to psychological transformation reveals a person’s spiritual nature, defined as one’s growing awareness of inner sacredness and acceptance that everything good is received.