Have continued to read `The Pilgrimage`.
I have always felt that introspection can help you tackle with daily life problems better. In the past, I have taken the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
test multiple times, I have done so under different scenarios where I feel differently about the world.
My MBTI personality type is INFJ-A. And I have took the test multiple times when I feel different than usual self, just to analyze how different scenarios affect my decisions and perspective. Interestingly, when feeling a little different than usual, some cognitive functions change with a really fair margin, resulting in my MBTI type ISFP-A.
I feel that knowing how a situation can affect your personality allows you to build a more appropriate cognitive response to it.