Self Introspection Questions


Use the Following

List of Self Introspection Questions

to Help You  Learn About Yourself.


This is a Sample List

Answer As Many Questions As You Can

If a Question is Too Difficult, Simply Skip It

Remember That Self Introspection Is Your Time

Make It Right For You


What do you want out of life?

What’s behind the sense of “I am”?

Who or what are you, essentially?

What is your relation to thought?

Do you create thoughts?

Can you stop thinking?

What is the source of thought?

Are you interested in exploring the core of your being?

Who are you?

What’s your current strategy?

Is there something you don’t want to face about yourself?

How do you feel about yourself?  Why?

What have you become?

In your everyday life, what gets your attention?

What is your purpose in life?

What’s inside you?

What is outside of you?

What do you value?

Do your actions align with your values?

What do you trust?

Are you getting in your own way?

Is it possible that you don’t know yourself as well as you think you do?

Do you have faith you can make this trip?

Are you living at odds with yourself?

Are you living your life honestly, true to yourself?

What are you not paying attention to, that needs attention?

What would give your life meaning?

Are you responsible for your suffering?

What does the pain feel like when you’re in it?

What does joy feel like when you’re in it?

How would you describe your life?

What direction are you going in?

How close are you to your goal?

What’s your current plan of action?

What’s holding you back?

What hurts the most right now?

Is there anything more you can do?

What’s your goal?

What’s missing from your life?

What are you missing?

What do you fear?

What do you take pride in?

Where are you going?

Describe what you see when you look at your reflection in the mirror.

Are you responsible for you actions?

Are you a victim of circumstance?

What will satisfy you?

What’s the most important thing in your life?

What’s not important to you?

What does self introspection mean to you?

What does it feel like?

What are you working towards?

What are you retreating from?

What are you certain of?

What bothers you?

What does it take to stop and listen with your heart?

What are you protecting?

Are you willing to awaken right now?

Describe what happens when you listen to your thoughts.

Does comfort impede your true goal?

What would happen if you went into your deepest fear?

What would happen if you realized your true nature?

What is a thought?

Are you creating your own obstacles by believing them to be so?

How can you live life fully?

Are you rationalizing energy or opportunity away?

On which thoughts are we spending most of our mental time?

What are you grateful for?

Are you really separate from everything else?

What does your life express?

What is your life an expression of?

When you experience a strong emotion, what does your behavior express?

During that behavior, what do your thoughts express?

When you are old, what will you want to say about your life?

What would you like to say to a younger you?

What is your calling?

How did you get to where you find yourself now?

How do you identify yourself?

How do you work on yourself in day-to-day life?

Do you long for inspiration?

Who is it that speaks to you?

Who is it that listens to me?

Are you earnest enough?

What are you seeking?

Is your identity dependent upon the body?

Do you define the self as the body?

Are you thoughts?

Are you memories?

Are you experiences?

What problem do you have right now (not in the present or the past)?

3 Responses to Self Introspection Questions

  1. aonebill says:

    Hello. All of us could discuss together this theme in more details!?

  2. WinchesterWing says:

    This Life, which seems so fair,
    Is like a bubble blown up in the air
    By sporting children’s breath,
    Who chase it everywhere

  3. Priya says:

    After reading each question, i stopped – closed my eyes and took a deep breadth – wow what a realisation!!. I didnt know answers for many.

    I need to take longer break from routine life to understand me.


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