• RELATIONSHIPS

  • Repeat the Circle of Life Diagram at the beginning of each course.

  • How would you describe your spiritual experience so far?

  • Who or what is God to you? Who is Jesus? How do you think God feels about you?

  • Would you like a closer relationship with God? If yes, what do you think you can do to achieve that?

  • Ask some really good spiritual questions, primarily about head and heart stuff too.

  •  Love Defined: Discovering the deepest good dreams in someone's heart and helping them realize them.

  • On a 1-10 scale, how important are relationships to you? Be honest. Explain why you gave this #

  • Are you married or do yo have a significan other? If yes, on a 1-10 scale, how happy are you? What can you do to improve this relationship?

  • List what you think are your significant other's top three dreams. Sit down with your significant other and ask them to tell you their top three dreams. (Don't tell them what you wrote yet.) Then compare notes after they have shared.

  • How can you help your significant other capture their top three dreams?

  • List your top 5 most important relationships. Who are they? Why are these people important to you? What do they provide you with?

  • List two people who have hurt you deeply. What did they do to hurt you? Have you ever been able to forgive them? If yes, explain how.

  • Who brings out the best in you? How do they do it?

  • Who is in your emotional support network?

  • Who do you feel appreciates you most?

  • NEED TO HAVE SOME SPIRITUAL QUESTIONS HERE TOO.

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  • Do you have regular date nights with your spouse or significant other? If yes, how often and what types of things do you do? If no, why not?

  • What do you feel is your greatest character flaw, bad habit, etc. that is hindering your personal relationships? What can you do to correct this?

  • Have you ever gone to the most important people in your life and asked them what they perceive to be your greatest weakness? If you haven't, would you consider doing this as homework by asking them for honest and sincer feedback? If not, why not?

  • When you have relationships issues with your significant other, do you seek counsel, guidance, help, etc? Who do you go to for help? How have they helped you?

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