title: Liminal thinking exercises.
Liminal thinking exercises.
Premise: Find an “unchangeable” life problem and consider what you’d be like if you were the sort of person who could change it.
Models: Find a strong belief and someone who’d disagree. List valid points from both sides by earnestly researching or discussing.
Constructs: Pick a belief and consider what experiences led to it, its supporting theories and judgements, and what experiences would have made other beliefs.
Shared world: Diagram a personal doom loop and make it a delight loop.
Blindspots: List the limiting beliefs people have about you. What are alternative beliefs? What are yours, and do they constrain you or others?