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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the third window show?
(a) Order, balance, and creativity.
(b) Creativity and stasis.
(c) Order and disorder.
(d) Balance and justice.
2. What is Sachi doing?
(a) Waiting on the other side to take care of Dan's cuts.
(c) Paddling away on a surfboard.
(d) Clinging to the far ledge and calling for help as the tiger paces nearby.
3. Who does Mama Chia invoke?
(a) The guardians of the ways.
(c) The god Peli.
(d) The Great Spirit.
4. Why should Dan meditate by the waterfall?
(a) So the sound blocks out his thoughts.
(b) If he needs to prove something to himself.
(c) No particular reason.
(d) To really hear the waterfall.
5. How is she determined to live?
(b) Under a doctor's care.
(c) She is determined to heal herself.
(d) Fully until she dies.
Short Answer Questions
1. To which self does survival, creativity, and power belong?
2. What does each floor represent?
3. What does Dan think is one reason Socrates sends him to Mama Chia?
4. What does Dan feel?
5. What self is represented by the heart?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the path to the heart? Does this seem difficult?
2. Explain Mama Chia's thoughts about who she, Dan and Socrates are.
3. What vision does Dan have as he meditates by the waterfall?
4. What does Mama Chia say about second-floor energies?
5. How does the level at which Dan is in this section manifest in sexual energy?
6. To whom does Mama Chia want Dan to be grateful and what does that mean?
7. What happens with Dan and the punks and do you think it will have significance later?
8. What is foreshadowed in this section?
9. From whom does Dan ask permission to be there and what do you think this is symbolic of?
10. What do you think Mama Chia means when she says that "The Great Leap" is frightful, but above the heart, it becomes "an elevator ride?"
This section contains 958 words
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