Introspection can be painful because being brutally honest requires acknowledging our faults, weaknesses, failures, and shortcomings. Investigating our own actions and accepting responsibility for the consequences allow us to move on from mistakes and plan a new process in our relationship. It helps us navigate. To give some examples of self-reflection, I practiced this to see what I could find in myself. Whenever I asked a question, my shy side hesitated a little as if I were nervous about revealing myself. At that time, I heard that any thoughts or inner voices provide me with information. Then, I briefly reviewed the information. Only the surface was scratched. If we reflect more often, we can all learn more. In addition, introspection can be considered self-sensing using multiple processes. From this point of view, attention is paid to internal conditions and processes. Then we make judgments about them.