22 Questions That Will Help You Connect to Your Mind, Body and Soul

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When was the last time you really checked in with yourself and took the time to really listen to your mind, body and soul?

When was the last time you checked in with yourself and really took the time to understand your thoughts, feelings, dreams and desires?

We all get stuck in the trap of moving through life without really questioning what we are doing, or how we are feeling. Operating from this state however, often leaves us feeling stressed, overwhelmed and out of touch with who we truly are.

In fact, just a small check in with yourself on a daily basis can do wonders for your mental health, self esteem and spiritual growth.

If you are starting out on the path of self-discovery and want to really tune into your mind, body and soul, here are 22 great questions that can help.

These questions are designed to get you thinking about your life in a deeper and more meaningful way, and can provide insights into where you are heading and where you need to focus your time and energy.

To work with these questions, either write down the answers in a journal, or talk them through with yourself.

22 Questions to Help You Connect to Your Mind, Body and Soul

Take a deep breath. Calm your mind and then ask yourself-

1.) What 3 words describe how I feel right now? 

2.) What is the biggest problem or hurdle in my life right now?

3.) What is going really well for me in my life right now?

4.) If I could change anything about my life what would it be?

5.) What really bothers me about my life right now?


6.) What is one thing I can do to improve my life for today?

7.) What things do I love about myself?

8.) What is the most important focus of my life right now?

9.) What lessons have I learnt this past month?

10.) What is draining my energy the most right now? Is there something I can do to fix or remedy this?

11.) What gets me excited about life? Is there a way I can bring more of this energy into my daily routine?

12.) What do I need to heal in my body right now? Are there steps I can take to make this happen?

13.) What is something that I have always wanted to do or try?

14.) If I could get something off my chest or express myself what would I say and to whom?

15.) When was the last time I felt truly alive and in love with my life?

16.) Who really matters the most to me in my life and how can I show my appreciation?

17.) What are some things that I feel truly grateful for right now?

18.) What is one positive action I can do for myself right now?

19.) What is my biggest fear right now?

20.) What advice would I give to my younger self? Can I follow this advice right now?

21.) What would make me happy right now?

22.) What is the most loving thing I can do for myself in this moment?

Answering these questions will help you to not only tune in with yourself but it will also help you to direct the course of your life in a way that feels empowering and purposeful for you.

The great thing about these questions is that they can also help you to become aware of what is working and not working in your life so you can make the changes that you desire.

After completing these questions, you can revisit them in a few weeks (or sooner) and see how your answers may have shifted and changed.

About the author

Tanaaz

Creator of Forever Conscious and other things.

  • WhimsyLife

    Another great article!

    Sometimes I feel that most of us are on “auto pilot” in this life. I refuse to be one of them, lol.

    🙂

    • yes! life is so much better this way 🙂 it’s a balance of living life and then allowing to life to live through you!