Indifferent - Seeker

Q. Talk about it! I feel indifferent when / because:

Nothing really interests me at this point. I'm happy but don't feel inspired or motivated.

Q. Should you be interested or concerned and who else does it make a difference to?

I guess it doesn't make a difference really. I'm usually pretty happy and the absence of being on the go is kinda nice.

Q. Indifference is interesting (and revealing) because it tells you that you're not interested in something and that tells you a lot. What would you rather be doing or investing your time in?

That's the issue, I feel like I 'should' be doing something. I just can't think of what that is.

Q. How does indifference make you feel? For example, bored, powerless, obligated etc.

It just makes me feel like there should be something else or maybe I'm just used to keeping busy with other things...

Q. Is there a way in your present situation that you can feel something more desirable than 'indifferent'? What is that emotion? Look it up. What are some of the things you can do in order to change where you're at?

I would like to feel more accepting of this time in my life. I'm very grateful for where I'm at. It's just kind of leveled out right now but I can see that as being a good thing too. I almost feel semi retired with plenty of time before that happens. I have a good job that I like, I live in a great area, not too in debt and healthy. Maybe I'll go for a walk and soak it in for a bit...

Q. How does feeling this way impact/affect your life

It actually feels good to not have too much going on right now. I guess I can take stock and see what comes up that needs attention or open my mind to what I would like to experience next.


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Question of the month

Are you doing what you want?

My life is great!
25% (1 vote)
Life's good but...
50% (2 votes)
I need to make changes to get to where I want to be
25% (1 vote)
Total votes: 4