For any seeking to hone their awareness into a functional tool, I would advise caution: at first, those who know you and share your goals will cheer you on. Then, as you accomplish your goals and sharpen your perception, they will begin to grow nervous; your assiduousness will be taken as unspoken condemnation of their inaction. Some will then turn against you, for in cleaning the introspective mirror with which you observe your deepest tendencies, you will inadvertently reveal to them that they only look at a tiny fraction of their OWN mirror. I suspect they do this so they can continue gazing kindly on an incomplete hologram, rather than sharply assessing their full reflection. As your perspective clarifies, it becomes increasingly important to exercise restraint and compassion when voicing your opinions, because some people don’t want to view themselves in a true light, whether it’s favorable or not, even though they might suffer from regular malfunction.