One Method to Learn More About Yourself

24 Jan

I use a “litmus test” of How uncomfortable (fearful) am I of the answer to the question? to rate my need to address the particular issue raised in the question.

  • If something is forbidden, do you want it less or more?
  • Is there an area of your life where you feel out of control? Especially in control?
  • If you unexpectedly had a completely free afternoon, what would you do with that time?
  • Are you comfortable or uncomfortable in a disorderly environment?
  • How much time do you spend looking for things you can’t find?
  • Are you motivated by competition?
  • Do you find it easier to do things for other people than to do things for yourself?
  • Do you work constantly? or think you should be working?
  • Do you embrace rules or flout rules?
  • Do you work well under pressure?
  • What would your perfect day look like?
  • How much TV do you watch in a week (include computer time spent watching videos, movies, YouTube)?
  • Are you a morning person or a night person?
  • What’s more satisfying to you: saving time or saving money?
  • Do you like to be in the spotlight?
  • Is your life “on hold” in any aspect? Until you finish your thesis, get married, lose weight?
  • What would you do if you had more energy?
  • If you suddenly had an extra room in your house, what would you do with it?
  • What people and activities energize you? Make you feel depleted?
  • Is it hard for you to get rid of things that you no longer need or want?
  • Do you get frustrated easily?
  • On a typical night, what time do you go to bed? How many hours of sleep do you get?
  • If at the end of the year, you had accomplished one thing, what is the one accomplishment that would make the biggest difference to your happiness?

Source – The Happiness Project

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Posted by on 2013/01/24 in Spirituality, Trust


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