There is a fundamental built-in error in tests that involve answering questions about ourselves.
I have found that personality tests that rely on your knowing yourself and to predict what you would do in certain situations, are profoundly flawed.
I say this after working with thousands of people, one-on-one, observing them, feeling them (I am an empath) and comparing who and how they are compared to what they say about themselves.
The gap is significant between the two. Continue reading “What is your self-image? Are self-image questions, personality profiles, Kolbe test give you a correct answer?”
Meaning: Following THAT Star. The alternative is Meaningless
This is my quest: to follow that star, no matter how hopeless, no matter how far.
Humans are strange animals: they need meaning to make their lives to feel more than just existing. They need purpose to give a backbone, to give direction, to transform a life of prose to poetry.
But life is, in itself, empty and meaningless… so how do you find the meaning, how do you find the purpose?
I was 38 years old when meaning first entered my life. It was dramatic, and it was life altering.
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Continue reading “Are you healthy enough to have meaning to your life? Purpose?”
There is a step in the 67 step program that wants you to look at what would be your obituary if you died today.
But there is a much better test, the test:
imagining yourself being on your deathbed: a thought exercise.
Until today I’d thought that what it drives up is all the things you haven’t done, all the things that are important and maybe you can do now… tell people you love them, and other trite things like that.
But today of all days I had an insight.
The insight came because I was trying to figure out what is in common in people who do the 67-step program well, and people who rush through it, skim the surface.
I was trying to categorize them, but I could not see any consistency.
While I was looking, I asked consciousness to look for me too. Continue reading “The deathbed exercise”