10 questions I’d like to ask each of my patient after each visit.
A score out of 100 may be informative of necessary changes to current interventions.
On scale of 1-10 please rate:
1. How good are you at paying attention to the present moment?
2. How much happiness in your life?
3. How well do you eat?
4. How well are you?
5. How responsible are you for the sufferings in your life?
6. How responsible are you for the happiness in your life?
7. How responsible are you for the wellness of your family?
8. How responsible are you for the wellness of your community?
9. How responsible are you for the wellness of the planet?
10. How much did you learn today?
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