When it comes to introspection Jesus had none. I never see Him second-guessing Himself nor being tossed this way and that concerning guidance from Papa. He just did what Father was up to and claimed He NEVER initiated one act on His own. To repeat, He claimed He only did what He saw the Father doing through Him.
To do that takes a huge agreement between our thoughts, wants, and choices. How can we have such an agreement and who with? First, we agree with Father, not our thinking. Agreeing with our thoughts is like a person claiming to be Napolian and proving it because he tucks his left hand in his shirt all the time, or should that be the right hand? Concerning wants, well that is easy, as long as you can settle on which thing you prefer over all the other possible things and outcomes. Finally, you have to commit your life experience to your preferences and possible outcomes. Confused?
Whew! The truth is much easier.
The Spirit of God has this all covered. All we do is look to the author and finisher of OUR faith (trust). Looking to the Christ within, being fixed on Him, He who is desiring what we desire. Anything other than sin of course. Then we have the ability to commit indiscriminately to loving everyone you meet, that is all we need ‘do’ for it is all He is doing.
It sounds like a lot of introspection, doesn’t it? NOT. It is the rest in which we are to enter found in the Book of Hebrews.