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Questions TPS Life Coaches Help You Navigate

Pondering the function of one’s ego can offer profound revelations. Below is a compilation of 50 reflective inquiries sourced from individuals akin to yourself.

The ego is always in the dark...

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1.    How often does my ego prevent me from admitting I’m wrong?


2.    Does my ego stop me from apologizing when I should?


3.    In what ways does my ego blind me to others’ perspectives?


4.    How has my ego affected my personal relationships?


5.    Does my ego contribute to conflicts at work or home?


6.    How does my ego react to criticism or feedback?


7.    Does my ego prioritize being right over being happy?


8.    How does my ego influence my decision-making?


9.    In what situations does my ego lead me to act impulsively?


10.    Does my ego make it hard for me to forgive others?


11.    How does my ego affect my ability to learn from mistakes?


12.    Does my ego cause me to underestimate others’ abilities?


13.    How does my ego handle failure or setbacks?


14.    Does my ego push me to take unnecessary risks?


15.    How does my ego respond to success—does it make me arrogant?


16.    Does my ego make me defensive when I receive constructive criticism?


17.    How does my ego affect my willingness to try new things?


18.    Does my ego lead me to dismiss others’ ideas too quickly?


19.    How does my ego affect my ability to listen actively?


20.    Does my ego cause me to overestimate my own importance?


21.    How does my ego impact my sense of empathy?


22.    Does my ego prevent me from showing vulnerability?


23.    How does my ego influence my sense of entitlement?


24.    Does my ego make me resistant to change?


25.    How does my ego affect my ability to collaborate with others?


26.    Does my ego lead me to talk more than I listen?


27.    How does my ego impact my capacity for self-reflection?


28.    Does my ego make me hold grudges?


29.    How does my ego affect my stress levels?


30.    Does my ego contribute to feelings of jealousy or envy?


31.    How does my ego influence my reactions to others’ successes?


32.    Does my ego make me overly competitive in unhealthy ways?


33.    How does my ego affect my sense of satisfaction in life?


34.    Does my ego lead me to make assumptions about others?


35.    How does my ego impact my ability to express gratitude?


36.    Does my ego cause me to focus too much on status and appearance?


37.    How does my ego affect my relationships with authority figures?


38.    Does my ego make me ignore valuable advice?


39.    How does my ego influence my need for control?


40.    Does my ego make me intolerant of differing opinions?


41.    How does my ego affect my ability to compromise?


42.    Does my ego lead me to underestimate challenges?


43.    How does my ego affect my perception of reality?


44.    Does my ego make me dismissive of others’ feelings?


45.    How does my ego impact my ability to be a team player?


46.    Does my ego cause me to seek validation from others?


47.    How does my ego affect my reaction to being wrong?


48.    Does my ego make me overconfident in my abilities?


49.    How does my ego influence my pursuit of personal growth?


50.    Does my ego prevent me from seeing the bigger picture?


These questions can serve as a starting point for self-exploration and understanding the complex role ego plays in our lives.

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Contemplating the impact of ego and religion on one’s life can lead to deep self-awareness. Here are 10 questions to explore:


1.    Why is the ego referred to as the devil or demons in my thoughts?


2.    In what ways does my adherence to religious dogma override my personal values?


3.    Does my ego prevent me from fully embracing the compassion my religion advocates?


4.    How have my religious beliefs isolated me from friends or family who think differently?


5.    Does my ego cause me to judge others who don’t share my religious views?


6.    In what ways have I allowed my religious identity to overshadow my personal growth?


7.    How does my ego react when my religious beliefs are challenged?


8.    Does my religion restrict me from exploring other perspectives and truths?


9.    How has my ego-driven interpretation of religion affected my mental health?


10.    Does my ego amplify feelings of guilt or shame that stem from my religious beliefs?


These questions are meant to guide you through an introspective journey, examining how ego and religion might be influencing your life in challenging ways.

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