You really want a new handbag, but you can't afford it. What do you do?
Put it on my credit card.
Remind myself that I do not "need" anything other than the essentials.
Move on and put it out of my mind.
How do you feel after reading or watching the news?
Like the world is losing touch with what's meaningful.
Like there's no news except bad news.
Like everything is going to come to a head.
Do you believe that every living thing has a soul?
Yes, of course.
Animals, but not plants.
Nope, only people.
Someone elderly is holding up the entire line. How do you feel?
Impatient and angry.
Calm and collected.
A bit annoyed, but patient.
How important is education to you?
How often do you drink alcoholic beverages?
What do you do when you see a spider?
Catch it and release it outside.
How often do you eat meat?
A few days a week
Do you believe that your fate has been predetermined?
The religion that you're subconsciously practicing is Buddhism! You believe that suffering is an inherent part of life that often comes from wanting things you don't need or can't have. You believe that doing what is right and ethical always trumps doing what is easy or convenient. You are peaceful and thoughtful. Not only would you never think of harming another living creature, but you believe that every being has a soul that can one day come back as something new.
The religion that you're subconsciously practicing is voodoo! You're a very spiritual person who is sensitive to the world around you. You believe that everything, including animals and plants, have a spirit or a soul. You recognize the spirit of your long gone ancestors in everything you do. From a tree to a beautiful flower, you see beyond the physical realm into the magic that really exists on this mortal plane.
The religion that you're subconsciously practicing is Shinto! You're a very logical and analytical person who likes to have two feet firmly planted on the ground. You don't believe in absolutes, especially when it comes to morality. Instead, you always look to the context or situation when deeming something good or bad. In general, you believe that most people are good at heart and that the world itself is good. Evil and bad things enter from the outside, not from within.