We’ve chosen just the right questions for you to help you think more clearly, free your mind, and refresh your psyche.  There is no better training for the brain than to look for the solution to a problem formulated in the form of a question. We become smarter, deeper, and more focused. The same thing happens with the mind. It’s true that the wrong question can lead to apathy, stress, and depression, so this training must be approached wisely.

Some of them may stump you for a while but are still phrased in such a way as to bring a smile to your face and a pleasant train of thought to your mind.free your mind

But the most important therapeutic effect they carry is the desire to act in the here and now.

  • If you didn’t know how old you were, how old would you give yourself?
  • Which is worse: failing miserably or doing nothing at all?
  • If life is so short, why do we do so much of what we don’t like and do little of what we do like?
  • When all has been said and done, are you sure you’ve done more than you’ve said?
  • What is the most important thing for you to fix in this world?
  • What is the most important thing for you to fix in your life?
  • If happiness were the national currency, what job would make you rich/wealthy?
  • Do you do what you believe in or are you content with what you do?
  • If the average life expectancy was forty years, how would you change your life?
  • Do you worry more about doing the right thing or doing the right thing?
  • You have dinner with three people you respect and admire. They begin to criticize someone close to you, not knowing that they are your friend. This criticism is unfounded and unfair. What would you do?
  • If you could give your only advice to a newborn baby, what would it be?
  • Would you break the law to save a loved one?
  • Have you ever considered something a crazy thought that you later accepted as incredibly creative?
  • What do you do differently than other people?
  • How is it that the things, actions, or thoughts that make you personally happy don’t make other people happy?
  • Is there something you haven’t done that you should have? What got in your way?
  • To what extent do you have control over your life?
  • Is there something you cling to that you should let go of?
  • If you were born and lived in another country, where would you dream of living?
  • Have you pressed the elevator button more than once? Why?
  • Who would you rather be: a troubled genius or a happy idiot?
  • Why are u you?
  • Would you want to be friends with yourself if you were a different person?
  • Which is worse: when your best friend goes away to another country or when you lose touch with him or her while living close by?
  • What are you most grateful for?
  • What would you choose: forgetting old memories or never having new ones?
  • What is your best childhood memory? What’s special about it?
  • When was the last time you felt alive and able to move mountains? How do you get that feeling back?
  • If not now, when?
  • Has your worst fear ever materialized?
  • Think back five years ago, when you were as frustrated as possible. From the height of the future, does it seem important now?
  • What do you have to lose to achieve your dreams?
  • Have you ever had an experience where you walked with a man without saying a word and it was one of the best dialogues of your life?
  • Is it possible to know exactly what is good and what is evil?
  • If you won a million dollars now, would you leave your job?
  • What would you choose: work less or work more at a job you love?
  • Do you feel like you’ve lived today a hundred times already?
  • When was the last time you stepped into the darkness with only one idea you passionately believed in?
  • If you knew that everyone you loved died tomorrow, with whom would you spend today?
  • Would you trade 10 years of your life to be incredibly attractive, rich, or famous?
  • What’s the difference between living and truly living?
  • How do you know when it’s time to act instead of calculating the risks?
  • If we learn from our own mistakes, then why are we so afraid to make them?
  • What would you do if you knew no one in the world would judge you?
  • When was the last time you listened to your breathing?
  • What and whom do you love most? How often do you show that love?
  • In five years, do you want to remember what you did today? How do you live this day to remember it?
  • Decisions are being made right now. Do you make them yourself or do you let others make them for you?