An explanation on what form finding is, how to go about it and how to know at what stage in the unsettled-settled (if you do not know) area you are.
What is form finding?Edit
Unlike what you may assume, form finding is not necessarily finding "the perfect form". In fact, there is never a "perfect form" as no form is better than another. What you could mean by "perfect form" is a form that someone suits, and that suits them.
What is a form?Edit
For more information on this, visit the Forms, forms and more forms page.
What stage am I at?EditWhile it is up to individual to know what stage there are at, here are some questions you can ask yourself...
1. Do I project more than one form frequently?
If the answer is yes, you're unsettled.
2. Am I 20 or older and have a stable personality?
If the answer is yes, then you are most likely settled. You can also be stable.
If the answer is no, you are unsettled.
3. Do I know what form my daemon takes?
If the answer is yes, then you are not unknown.
If the answer is no/unclear, then you are at the unknown stage. If your daemon takes multiple forms, then you are also unsettled.
4. Does my daemon have a stable form?
If the answer is yes, then you are stable.
If the answer is no, you are not.
Note: these questions serve to help however what stage you are at depends on the person.
How do I go about form finding?Edit
One word: research. Do as much research as your own time permits, and just have fun! Look around, find animals that fit you and that you fit, and basically try/project as many forms as you wish!