What are examples of the BOUNDARIES of INTROSPECTION from various contexts? [chatGPT4 helped]

What are examples of the BOUNDARIES of INTROSPECTION from various contexts? [chatGPT4 helped]

1. Attention: Redirecting focus from TV to personal feelings, only to be pulled back to the TV show.
2. Metacognition: Evaluating decision-making processes until unconscious biases become inaccessible.
3. Self-awareness: Reflecting on emotional responses to situations while overlooking blind spots in self-perception.
4. Neural activity: Brain networks activate during meditation, then deactivate after the session.
5. Physiology: Balanced serotonin levels enable self-reflection, while imbalances impair introspective capacity.
6. Sensory input: Awareness of bodily sensations during yoga is disrupted by loud external noise.
7. Culture: East Asian practice of self-criticism contrasts Western emphasis on individualism.
8. Emotional state: Contemplating feelings after an argument, yet suppressing emotions to avoid vulnerability.
9. Cognitive load: Reflecting on actions during low-stress times, but overwhelmed and unable to reflect under stress.
10. Social context: Support groups encourage introspection, while peers might dismiss it as overthinking.
11. Personal beliefs: Valuing self-improvement through reflection, despite some disregarding introspection as navel-gazing.
12. Mental health: Healthy self-assessment after a setback contrasts with excessive rumination on past failures.
13. Spiritual/religious: Contemplative prayer in Christianity shifts focus from personal growth to religious dogma.
14. Philosophical: Socratic questioning of one’s beliefs reaches the limits of language to express thoughts.
15. Temporal: Allocating time for journaling each evening is challenged by a busy schedule.
16. Developmental stage: Adolescents question their identity while young children’s self-awareness is limited.

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