The happiness quotient quiz
The happiness quotient quiz is a test to find out how happy you will be in life based on how your consciousness and attitude.
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Welcome to the Happiness Quotient Quiz!
This quiz calculates your Happiness Quotient. It enables you to test how happy your attitude towards life will make you in years to come. It is based on the book “Bhagavad Gita As It Is”, an ancient 5150 year old book on spiritual wisdom and the second largest selling book in the world.
Please answer all the questions as accurately as you can, based on what what you would actually do in a particular situation rather than what you think would be the best thing to do. This is necessary to get better results.
This quiz is by no means an accurate evaluation of your personality or attitude as that can only be done in person. This is a generic interpretation and the author or Krishna Wisdom cannot be held responsible for any consequences.
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What’s your happiness quotient and what does it mean?
Your happiness quotient is indicated by the percentage in the bar graph. You can compare how well you’re doing with the average number of people who’ve given this quiz.
The higher your score the higher your happiness quotient, which means the more likely you are to be happy in the future!
Want to be happier?
We all do! Happiness is not something that depends on our situation in life. Rather, it is something inherent within us.
The practice of bhakti-yoga as described in the Bhagavad Gita shows us how to be happy regardless of what’s happening in our life. As the saying goes…
Pain is inevitable, but suffering is optional.
By understanding our nature as spiritual beings, one is unaffected by conditions arising from bodily discomfort or relationship issues. In fact, this spiritual practice takes us even further, elevating our consciousness and helping us establish loving relationships with everyone around us, and also with the supreme divine being – Krishna.
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What type of books do you read?
What do you do when faced with stressful situations?
Which of these would you rather give in charity to?
You’re on a diet. You go to a party and they have loads of your favourite chocolate to give away for free.
What type of work would you rather do for a living?
When you have an argument with someone close to you
Your ideal place to stay would be
In your dealings with people
Your friends describe you as
Your work desk is
Your views on diet
Your views on sex
Have you recently tried to change a habit? Which of the following did you experience?
What is your sleep pattern like?
Does the weather affect your mood?
What are your views on spirituality?
Thank you for the test. It was fun
I enjoyed the test but felt i needed a more varied choice of answers.
Thank you for allowing me to take part 🙂
I enjoyed the text and interestingly my score reflected my life situation.Not blissfully happy but not crushingly sad.Like one of the previous commentators I could have done with more nuanced reply choices.For example the book question I read all sorts of books but I could only make one choice.
I loved the test. It makes for honesty by limiting the answers. My score reflects my journey over the past 18 years. It’s been tumultuous, lol now. However, I love being happy. Looking forward to improving my score. Thanks for the opportunity.
Thanks Stephanie for your comments and I’m glad you found the test useful. And I hope things get even happier for you!