The following is a set of introspective - looking within - topics for personal exploration.

Although it is by no means discouraged, the goal here is not to do hours of library research in order to tell us what a half a dozen dead philosophers (nor living ones) said about these matters. The objective - or perhaps the "subjective" - here is to look deeply and honestly into oneself to discover one's true values.

Answers should not be short, but not overly eloquent either ; essays of 750 words (min) would be followed up by a discussion with the Teaching Maître (or a Clergy member if one so chooses).

To complete this portion of the degree there are 12 required topics. In addition please choose two Ganymede progression electives, for a total of 14