RE-EVALUATING VALUES and Getting Clear About GOALS DUDE!
An Invaluable Revaluation of Your Values
- WAY UNDER CONSTRUCTION -
- to later-?
- Kathryn Bigelow (director of Point Break, Hurt Locker, etc. )
When I do good, I feel good; when I do bad, I feel bad. That’s my religion.
- Abraham Lincoln
The hottest places in hell are reserved for those who in times of great moral crises maintain their neutrality
- Dante Alighieri
Check out the Values – Goals hierarchy-finding exercise(?) a little later in this chapter (p.?)! and questions(?)
Immitating NLP-Tony Robbins stuff somewhat-! - ? -
Kindness - Generosity
Inner Peace - calmness
Justice - Fairness
Being a Good provider(?)
Artistic skill (of several varieties-?)
Endurance- cardiovascular health-etc.
Nice Living Space
Self-analysis – review: likes and dislikes review –
This and below to Goals- Magick chapt-?
Earlier in life? - now? - later?
- as a complimentary part of this exercise-practice it can be wise to check in with your friends too and ask them for suggestions about what they think you might be happy-fulfilled doing. But ultimately the answer(s) to this question can only really be found deep within yourself.
- maybe offer a more full online survey-test – review -
Looking back from your ‘deathbed’ exercise: what did/will you wish you did with your life – what will you be most proud of/ happy about – what might you regret most? - tie in to Thanatos part a bit too - ? - ! -
Will you wish that you’d hiked the Grand Canyon? Climbed Mt. Everest? Had children? Grandchildren? Started a rock band? Organized your own successful business? Spent sometime living homeless? Traveled the World more? Told your parent’s and siblings that you loved them more often? Helped to save the rain forests – or fresh water? Delved deeply into the depths of your own consciousness and Being? Or traveled to outer space? - a bit of a repeat of earlier goals –questions – combine – or frame differently?
You cannot teach a man anything; you can only help him find it within himself.
We can either make ourselves miserable or we can make ourselves strong, but the amount of work involved is the same.
— Carlos Castaneda
Choose well. Your choice is brief, and yet endless.