Kokology is the study of kokoro (Japanese: 心) which in the aforementioned language means “mind” or “spirit”. The Kokology book series was created by Tadahiko Nagao and Isamu Saito, a professor at Rissho and Waseda Universities in Japan and an author of a number of bestselling books regarding psychology and relationships. The main focus is the analysis of the deep psyche using theories from Freud and Jung. Kokology Questions typically are “guided” Day Dreams or Submodalities.
It’s a morning like any other: last-minute preparations before you run out the door. Hair? Check. Clothes? Check. Everything’s ready to go.
You get on your way at the usual time, but halfway to work, you realize your wallet is not where you always keep it. A quick search confirms the worst – you left it at home! And there+s no time for you to turn around and go back for it. You begin going through your pockets and bags to see how much spare cash you have to get you through the day.
How much money do you find?
The forgotten wallet: Kokology key
The amount of cash you found represents the amount of money you forget about in your daily life; money you don’t rely on being there. It also represents the amount of money you feel comfortable lending to others. Just how much did you say you find?
About ten or twenty dollars? That seems like a reasonable figure.
More than a hundred? You’re probably popular with friends just before payday.
Nothing at all? Maybe you’re broke, or are you just cheap?