If things aren’t done that allows harmony with life, for it to change it’s imperative to know why this is so. Knowing one’s own mind will go a long way in allowing this change.
Just observe how the mind justifies all that it does. It has never been trained to be still so it creates most of our problems just so it has something to do. It says to do something and turns around and questions why it was done. It should be treated as a separate entity as if it’s one’s enemy, because upon further review it will be seen that it is, but it’s not the mind that’s truly the enemy, it’s ones conditioning, that’s the true enemy.
This isn’t the true nature of the mind, it’s only conditioned to be this way and it’s we ourselves consciously or unconsciously, who put these habitual mind patterns in place. So knowing one’s own mind is a way to undo what we ourselves have done. This knowing of one’s mind is not about the great secrets of the Universe of becoming known, it’s more so about getting an understanding of why the things that are done don’t put one in harmony with life. When this is known, why one responds to things a certain things will be known, after all if one doesn’t do the things in their life that allow harmony, it should at least be known why.