|In which state is my mind currently?
- Kshipta, disturbed, troubled
- Mudha, dull, heavy
- Vikshipta, distracted, partly focused
- Ekagra, one-pointed, focused
- Nirrudah, highly mastered, regulated
Which of the qualities or gunas is dominant with this thought?
- Sattvas, illumined, light, spiritual
- Rajas, active, stirring, moving
- Tamas, static, stable, inertia
Which type of thought is this?
- Pramana, clear, correct, valid
- Viparyaya, misconceived, unclear
- Vikalpa, conceptualization, fantasy
- Nidra, sleep, focus on non-being
- Smriti, memory, recalling
How do I know this is true?
- Pratyaksha, perception or experience
- Anumana, inference or thinking
- Agamah, written or oral testimony
How do the four functions of mind interact with this thought?
- Manas: driving actions and senses
- Chitta: storehouse
- Ahamkara: I-maker
- Buddhi: decides, judges, discriminates
|Is this thought colored or not colored?
- Klishta, colored, afflicted
- Aklishta, not colored, not afflicted
Is this thought useful or not useful?
- Useful to growth
- Not useful to growth
If the thought is colored, which colorings are dominant?
- Avidya, spiritual forgetting, veiling
- Asmita, associated with I-ness
- Raga, attraction or drawing to
- Dvesha, aversion or pushing away
- Abhinivesha, resistance to loss, fear
What is the current stage of the coloring of this thought?
- Udaram, active, aroused
- Vicchinna, distanced, separated
- Tanu, attenuated, weakened
- Prasupta, dormant, latent, seed
How is this thought operating at the four levels of consciousness?
- Vaishvanara, waking, conscious
- Taijasa, dreaming, unconscious
- Prajna, deep sleep, subconscious
- Turiya, fourth, witness, consciousness
Is this thought pattern who I am?
- Yes, it is who I am.
- No, it is not who I am.