We are born, we grow old and we die without ever knowing how we function; why we feel the way we feel, why we react in a specific way and what we really want out of life. And being unaware of how we ourselves feel makes it almost impossible for us to understand other people. As long as our own self remains a stranger to us, hell will still be the other people. We know more about the functions of our smart phone than we know about the functions of our psyche. We decide what we want and devote all of our life to how to acquire it, without really knowing why. Finally, we end up frustrated because we have wasted our whole life on what we never really wanted and because we have consumed ourselves in situations we thought could make us happy Looking at ourselves from a point of view that is less human centered, a point of view that acknowledges humans as special and intelligent beings who are at the same time part of the whole enables us to reach our deeper nature and discover our deeper self. It enables us to obtain all the information and skills required to achieve awareness, to realize the unity in nature and to change our lives for the better. It is never too late to set out on the most important journey of our lives; the journey to the senses and emotions, to thought and intuition. This is our own life, our own journey: the journey we make through our psychic functions, the journey of the soul, the journey of life.