I want you to think about the difference between understanding something conceptually and then applying it.
For example, I'm sure everyone knows, or has heard that we shouldn't take our mobile phones to bed. Yet, how many of us still do? So many of us do the things that we know we shouldn't be doing. We have an academic or conceptual understanding of something that we know is good for us, but we don't do it. There are plenty of examples like this - exercise, meditation, eight hours sleep, drinking more water and so on. You know it.
We have to then make that decision that forces us to implement that thing into our lives. Take an early life example - brushing our teeth. It used ot be our parents that brushed our teeth but one day it became our responsibility and we assumed that responsibility to take care of our teeth.
Until we move from that conceptual understanding of something into an habitual practice, it's remains as just 'simple' knowledge. We know it, but we don't...
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