Seed questions from the book 'Your Mythic Journey' by Sam Keen and Ann Valley-Fox.
Where did you come from?
What happens to you when you die?
What are your duties, your obligations?
What is taboo and what should you avoid?
What is your life's vision?
Whom should you imitate?
Who are your helpers, guides, allies?
What is your relationship with animals and nature?
How satisfied or frustrated are you with your own sexuality?
Do you like the way you've spent your time so far?
Where are you going?
What part has work played in your life?
What do you value more?
How valuable would you be without it?
What personal qualities do you possess that were gifts from previous people no longer living?
Which people, events and institutions arouse your greatest resentment or anger?
Who has frustrated, neglected, manipulated, inhibited or repressed you?
When have you been singled out for special attention?
Which people have enriched your life?
What accomplishments, relationships, and moments mean the most to you?
What are your regrets?
What have you left undone that you wanted to do?
What have you done that you wish you hadn't?
What moods and emotions have dominated your experience of the death of others (grief, anger, fear, relief)?
Whose death would cause you the greatest sorrow?
Whose would give you the greatest pleasure?
Who would care the most if you died?
When did you discover the limitations in your mother? Father? Best friend? A hero?
What evil do you wage war against and how?
How do you clip your wings, prevent yourself from flying, depress yourself?
Recall your most depressed and desperate times.
What tricks do you habitually use to heighten your paranoia and increase your isolation?
What brings you joy?
Who are you when you dream?
What do you fear?
Who has wounded you?
Whom have you injured?
How do you deal with guilt?
Do you need to have enemies? How do you forgive?
Who are your people, your family?
What is the source of your power? Your self-esteem?
What is sacred to you?
What is worthy of your respect?
For what or whom would you sacrifice your time, energy, health, or your life
2. More on manifesto
Sheldon Kopp's Eschatalogical list
How to write a manifesto
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