I've always liked privacy. I know a lot of you are former theists, this question is also for current theists if they feel like answering. Sometimes, out in public, even, I feel nervous if I'm being watched. Not paranoia that I'm being watched, but kind of like if you are working alone, you feel one way, but when someone is watching you do it, you could feel different, like they will be critical, or fine driving until a cop is right behind you, then you are tense and feel likely to make a small mistake. Guilty? Low confidence? I guess I'd say I think I'm pretty good but might feel like someone else wouldn't think so that actually changes how I feel when they are looking. Maybe the tension subsides in performance situations, like working in an open office and everyone can see you all the time that you can forget that you can be watched and may be assessed.
So how often does the awareness of god watching you all the time get in your head and change how you feel about what you are doing? I guess I'm not talking about things you were taught you shouldn't do that might heighten your awareness, but things you'd normally do? Things you'd feel shy about doing in front of another person.
EDIT: Add to this matter, the popularity of belief your dead relatives are looking down on you from heaven. So, either/or.