Findthe roots of your feelings withbiographical work. What you learn might astound you. And you might be positively
surprised about your Self.
Try to answer the following questions spontaneously, without hesitation:
Who were the most important people in
your childhood and adolescence? What were your favourite places? What did you like to do most when you
were five, seven etc.?
Did you have favourite stories or songs?
What about frequent appeals?
What were you afraid of?
Did you have medical treatment or operations?
Were you separated from your parents at a young age?
How do your answers correspond with your personal development or maybe with problems you experience today?
Biographical work challenges you to be your own biographer.
Anything you used to or still regard as important is part of your personality. Through biographical work you can become acquainted with your unknown Self, your
true Identity. This broader picture can increase your awareness of hidden options.