Being self-directed means tuning in to your most authentic self and working from that place forward. It means listening to and trusting our innate knowings and
questionings, and being guided by the sense of interest, curiosity, and problems that come from this place. Self-direction enables us to explore the world around us
in a meaningful, relevant, and contextual way, aligned with our own state of readiness and need. It results in us picking up the knowledge, tools and skills that
are necessary to be creative, knowledgeable, problem-solving, self-aligned and self-actualised people in the world.