Congratulations on creating deeper introspection, while NOT being conclusive, there is indication that you have qualities of:
Notice how you fail into routines or attach to the mundane, which is reducing your vitality or your thirst for exploring life's many possibilities.
Cultivate movement and a letting go of what was and accepting what could become.
Watch out for becoming stuck with attitudes and opinions.
Pay attention to not hold onto grudges allowing people to make mistakes, to change and to grow.
Watch out for being parentified or becoming over-adult. Being a practical person is useful and necessary, yet take care to keep your childlike imagination and challenge yourself beyond your comfort zone.
Cultivate an awareness to develop your own unconscious. Try not to assume that what you see or feel is all there is. In particular the strong feelings you have, have deeper roots and you could practice inquiring where they are coming from at their deeper origins.
Watch out for your boundaries and bursting over the banks of other people’s boundaries. Remember everyone has their own reality and that is their sovereign right to have their own feelings and preferences. Watch out for your own coercive behaviour to get others to feel what you feel.
Try to remember to maintain agreements as they were arranged, with yourself and others. Often it is tempting, or feels right, to adjust things to how you feel in the moment. Try to stick to the deal and refrain from impulsively changing things when circumstances become less convenient or uncomfortable for you.
Put attention to cultivate patience in all things, especially with people. Notice when you are frustrated by perceived resistance or indecision of others and take a deep breath and try to remain measured and respectful.
Watch out for the fantasy that tends to consume your inner and outer worlds. Fires are particularly prone to projecting their visions, which are usually never how things actually are or will turn out. Try to stay realistic with expectations, especially in relationships.
Special attention should be paid to how you can take things personally, or how things seem to feel as though they are challenging your status or significance. Try to assume that things are benevolent in nature and are not trying to disempower you.
Try to remain as present as possible to real life events, as they are unfolding around you. It's tempting to check out or daydream as a default habit, but try to regularly remind yourself to be here now, and to ask yourself what am I feeling in my body right now?
Watch out for over logical or rationalising behaviour, especially when relating to the emotional needs of partners and friends.
Take care to listen and cultivate empathy for your own feelings and feelings of others. Feeling practices can greatly improve your ability to relate to your own likes and dislikes, and to attune to others and to understand their personal needs.