You may be experiencing a side of yourself that you rarely admit to inwardly, much less talk about openly with others. You might, for example, be remembering desires that you left behind or forgot about long ago. You might feel drawn inward, and toward a form of self-discovery that you cannot explain to the people around you. There is no need to. You don't have to distract yourself with the thought of what others might think. Within your own interior space, only your opinions and viewpoints count now. While you're there, remember to be gentle. You don't have to judge what you think, feel or want. You are free to assess and revise your most deeply held beliefs. In fact it's the perfect time for that. Remember, though, that beliefs often serve as psychological stabilizing devices for what otherwise might be a shaky relationship to existence. You don't have to worry about that. When you question your beliefs, you tend to build a stronger relationship to truth; that's because what is untrue only interferes with what is true. You can, therefore, afford to be bold about this. Leave no stone unturned, no found scrap of paper unread, no door un-knocked upon. When you run into any difficulty, look for the belief that it's not true, and notice whether what seemed to be a problem resolves, or turns to a gift.