What Defines You?

What Defines You?

Where Spiritual Wisdom Resides: Learning to Dwell ‘Within’ Life’s Questions

What if the real existential question for you isn’t why we, as humans, are destined to die? But, rather how we, as humans, should live…

What is your real ‘essence’– the things that, in your own mind, describe and identify you spiritually, behaviorally, and substantively? How do your perceptions of self differ from how others actually perceive you and why? How can you become more realistically self-aware?

What if simply ‘being’ was sometimes more important than believing, doing, acting, thinking, or feeling?

What’s the difference between self-‘centered’ and self-obsessed? How about in your own life?

What stories about yourself and your life’s meaning do you need to share today? How do these stories help shape your identity as a person?

How are your current notions and definitions of your own ‘independence’ helping or hurting you in your life, your relationships, and your spirituality?

What do your choices reveal about your current, underlying self-identity and self-image? What if you were to think about yourself differently in healthier, more positive ways each day?

If your life ‘imitates art’ these days, what kind of picture would you paint of yourself? And what type of ‘frame’ would you put around this piece of art?

If you could ‘re-name’ yourself with a visual, powerful, and evocative spiritual name, what would you call yourself? How would that name be different if you chose it to describe what you want to be, not where you are now?

If you were to picture yourself as an iceberg, what’s actually underneath the surface level of your thinking, decisions, actions, beliefs, and feelings? When was the last time that you honestly looked below that surface level of your own ‘being’ instead of simply floating by?

In what ways are you merely living versus really LIVING? And why? How could you put more Capital letters in your LiFe these DAYS?