Your Top Priority?
“of course I want to be happy”.
However, most people while they want happiness are unconsciously committed to
behaviors and ways of thinking in how they live their everyday lives that don’t result in happiness.
- Read each question and choose the response that best fits you.
- Do not overthink or analyze the question.
- Chose a response according to your first thought
about what is most likely true for you.
Such activities include spending time quieting the mind, meditation, relaxation, massage, meditative yoga, breathing exercise, prayer or other mindfulness, journaling, practices? Consider any activities that leave you in a peaceful state of mind and feeling a sense of ease and lightness. Respond in number or events during an average week.
(Forms of exercise include walking, bike riding, running, active sports, and other physical forms of exercise or activities.
(See energy level descriptions below and select the one that best represents you on an average day.)
High Energy – You are very physically active and energized and maintain a high level of energy during most days for the whole day. On occasion you notice being tired at the end of the day and extremely rare that you notice being exhausted.
Moderate Energy – You are physically active during the day and have a moderate level of energy on most days. Later in the day on some days you start to notice less energy.
Low Energy – You frequently feel lethargic and sluggish. Some days you are completely wiped out by the middle of the day.
Minimum / NO Energy – You are routinely exhausted and tired.
(See levels of stress descriptions below and select the one that best represents you on an average day.)
High Stress (feeling frequently overwhelmed, a sense of powerlessness about life situations, extreme anxiety & difficulty focusing on daily activities, easily angered, physical exhaustion, inability to sleep and feeling tense and in the body.)
Moderate Stress (frustration, worry, glass half-empty, frequent feelings of discouragement, boredom, waiting for the other shoe to drop, low energy and frequently tired)
Low Stress frequent feelings of hopefulness & contentment, occasional feelings of annoyance.
Minimum Stress / No Stress (eagerness about life, enthusiasm, feelings of happiness, empowerment, passion for living.)