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  • Siddhartha Part 1 Quiz
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  • Siddharthas father is a Brahmin, which means he is a what? a.Police Officer b.Religious Leader c.Soldier d.Politician Quiz Question 1
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  • 2. When Siddhartha joins the Samanas, what pleasant surprise does he find? a.That he has a brother b.That his own father was once a Samana c.That Govinda also joined the Samanas d.That the Samanas have chosen to make Siddhartha their leader Quiz Question 2
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  • 3. What is the overall goal of the Samanas? a.To become empty b.To rid themselves of all desires c.To inhabit the non-self d.All of the above Quiz Question 3
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  • 4. In the course of his confrontational departure from the Samanas, how does Siddhartha silence the eldest member? a.By threatening to tell Gotama about them b.By yelling at him for his ways of practicing the religion c.By wrestling with him and winning d.By gazing at him hypnotically Quiz Question 4
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  • 5. What are some characteristics of Siddhartha thus far in the book? a.Independent b.Stubborn c.Arrogant d.Quick learner e.All of the above Quiz Question 5
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  • True or False: Govinda leaves Siddhartha at the end of this Part One Quiz Question 6
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  • 7. What realization does Siddhartha come to in Chapter 4 that forces him to want to walk his own path? Quiz Question 7
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  • 8. After learning the main tenets of Gotamas Eightfold Path, what does Siddhartha do? a.Questions Gotama privately about the specifics of his spiritual recommendations b.Acknowledges Gotamas beliefs as making up the one true faith c.Insists to Govinda that they leave immediately d.Attempts to return to the Samanas, but fails to relocate their whereabouts Quiz Question 8
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  • 9. What does Siddhartha call Govinda when Govinda chooses to stay with Gotama? a.A coward b.Ignorant c.Nave d.A man Quiz Question 9
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  • Why does Gotama seem to believe he is a qualified spiritual leader? a.He has read every spiritual text in existence b.He was one the leaders of the Samanas c.He has many followers d.He has attained Nirvana Quiz Question 10
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  • Ways for dealing with stress
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  • 1. Figure out where the stress is coming from It allows for you to get organized and take action Take the time right now to look at the board and read through all of the stresses our peers are dealing with. Empathize. Write down your top 5 stresses. This will be turned in! Through this presentation and video, write down proactive ways to address each of those and to reduce stress. You can come up with ideas of your own too! Tip 1
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  • 2. Consider what you can control-and work on that Trying to take control of things you have no control over will set you up for failure Think about what items you can control and focus on how to better those areas Empower yourself to move forward and grow Tip 2
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  • 3. Do what you love When you are doing something that you dont love, whether that be a job or a sport or in a relationship, reflect on what is important. Your overall growth and happiness is important. So focus on how can I better myself to be the best I can be. Pursue that same love and passion in the activities and people you invest time in. You deserve to give and receive love, so if you are not getting that, then it is time to move on to surrounding yourself with love Tip 3
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  • 5. Manage your time well Many people stress about lack of time To do lists get bigger When feeling stressed out with workload, create a to do list. After checking off 2 items, reward yourself with something that you love (listen to your favorite song, watch 1 episode of Friends, watch some funny youtube videos) Create a schedule and reward yourself when activities are completed If you tend to watch TV or text during homework, time yourself with a TV and/or phone on and a TV and/or phone off while you complete a task Tip 5
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  • 6. Pick off the negotiables from your plate Review your daily and weekly activities and ask yourself: Do my activities mesh with my goals and values? Am I doing things that give my life meaning? Am I doing the right amount of things? Am I doing this for myself or to please other people? Tip 6
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  • 7. Preserve good boundaries Do not be concerned with being a people pleaser People that are the most happy are protective of their time and set clear boundaries that reflect: Your feelings Your limits Self-care and compassion is a priority Awareness of oneself Thinking about your past and future Be assertive Seek support Tip 7
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  • 8. Know that success comes from failure, that pain allows for us to appreciate happiness and beauty If we can be reflective in our pain and think about how we can use this opportunity to learn and grow. Sometimes is not obvious until you are looking back on it Pain and suffering is temporary and it will end Bob Dylan- Behind every beautiful thing there has been some kind of pain Seek out the positive and the beauty in pain Tip 8
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  • 9. Know the differences between worrying and caring Worry enables NO ACTION Caring demands that you take action Care do not worry Being proactive Tip 9
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  • 10. Embrace mistakesor at least dont get caught up in perfectionism Mistake free is unrealistic It allows for you to grow Make sure to recognize and reflect whether these expectations and goals that you have set for yourself too high or unrealistic. Are they reflecting what is asked of me or my interpretation of it? Be compassionate towards yourself Being uncomfortable and trying new and uncomfortable things are a great way to learn and grow. Tip 10
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  • 11. Focus on the present John Lennon said, Life is what is happening when you are too busy making plans When you feel getting caught up in the past or the future, ask yourself, What can I do about it now? If there is nothing, then focus on doing something in the present that makes you happy or will help you grow Or if you are mad or sad, do something that will get your endorphins going- exercise, writing a thank you note to a friend or loved one, look at or play with baby animals, volunteer Tip 11
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  • 12. Show compassion to yourself Far too many times we have too high of expectations for ourselves, sometimes even unrealistic for others If you have negative self talk, create a list of affirmations or write a letter to yourself. Write down the things that you are or you want to be and read this to yourself daily. Use statements like: 1. I can 2. I am 3. I will be Tip 12
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  • 12. Reach out and connect Human connection is a key psychological element in our need to feel a sense of belonging Focus on what you get out of it or get from others and what you give to others If you are feeling that other people are letting you down, reflect on whether this is a result of too high of expectations for others or if it is your needs and they are not being met. If it is your needs, you need to move on. If it is too high of expectations, remember that everyone has different capabilities and interpretations. Be accepting of what others are capable of even if you would do something different If you feel consistently unaccepted, know that you deserve acceptance and move on. Tip 13
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  • http://www.ted.com/talks/kelly_mcgonigal_how_to_ make_stress_your_friend http://www.ted.com/talks/kelly_mcgonigal_how_to_ make_stress_your_friend