Have you struggled in the past to accept your weaknesses in the same way you accept your strengths? Or do you still struggle with this today, berating yourself for not being better at being totally self-sufficient, totally well-rounded, totally excellent in all areas of life? What do you think about the idea that perhaps you can't be everything, anything, after all, but you CAN be the most excellent YOU who has ever lived?
Have you ever wondered about how you receive information from different parts of yourself? It might not be “ears” – perhaps another analogy resonates more closely with you. How do you communicate with your body, mind, heart, spirit? What has helped you navigate important but challenging relationships?
How aware are you of attachment or non-attachment in your daily life? Do you find any of your attachments worrisome or problematic? Do you have a preference for one over the other, attachment versus non-attachment? If so, why do you think that is?
Have you ever viewed the experience of feeling lonely as a possible pathway to deepening your comfort with spending time in your own company?
When you hear the word "discipline" what comes up in your mind? In your heart? In your gut? Do you feel or think anything in particular in association with this word? How does discipline arrive in your life? Is it a helper to you or an obstacle, or perhaps a bit of both?
Have you ever worried that your life is slowing down because you aren't working hard enough or doing enough to make things happen in your life? How does reading Yung Pueblo's quote affect you?
How do you view connections that seem to hold great promise but then don’t pan out as you expected? Have you ever looked back after some time passes to see value in a missed connection that you couldn’t see at the time?