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  1. Conscience — the ability to evaluate your personal actions from the position of” good-bad ” for others.�

    For example, when I have made someone happier by my actions, I feel that I have done “well”. When I have protected my own interests by my actions without harming the other person, I feel that I have acted “neutrally”. When I've done something good for myself, but I've hurt someone else, I feel like I've done something “bad.”

    To distinguish between the voice of conscience, you need to pay attention to how much you, as a “part”, act correctly and fairly in relation to other “parts” (people) and the “whole” (society).

  2. Alternatively, imagine what a person you respect (such as your father, mother, or brother) or a fictional character close to you (such as the hero of a book) would do in your place. In the end, you can simply ask what the people whose opinion is important to you think about it.

  3. I use one simple technique. It sounds very simple, but despite this, it works one hundred percent (at least for me). You need to freeze for a second, and listen. Literally for one or two seconds to remove thoughts from your head, and pay inner attention to the heart-there is always a correct answer. For some reason, this is the case. The main thing is not to confuse the answer born in the heart with the answer dictated by the head. Very often it happens that the head does not like the answers of the heart, and it tries to falsify them. Here you need to be vigilant.

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