Monday, February 24, 2014

To Be or Not To Be? The Importance Of Asking Good Questions:

Have you ever considered the impact that questions have on our lives? 
What a difference asking GOOD questions can have on our quality of life?

Questions are fundamental to our thought process. In fact all thinking is simply asking and answering questions. As you perceive the world you are subconsciously asking yourself questions about the environment that your brain then interprets.


When we witness an event it's not  the event as it is that we see, but rather our brains perception of that event. --It is your perception that shapes your life. 

The questions we ask determine our thoughts and our thoughts are directly reflected as our reality.

It's common for peoples questions to sound like these:
-Why am I in this situation?
-Why am I depressed?
-Why are we out of cookies?

By simply asking better/more affective questions your outlook and attitude can completely change. Re-phrasing those questions to enable positivity and potential might look like:

-How can I move through this experience confidently?
-How can I feel happy and energetic?
-Why don't I go get some cookies?

If you consistently ask questions that are specific and intentional, you will begin to see improvement in all aspects of your life. Positive thoughts and actions cause a ripple effect that can have far reaching influence.

-How can I take what I learned here apply it, and share it with others?
-How can I use this to better myself and others?

Become aware of the questions you have on a regular basis. Try rephrasing them in a way that improves your state of being, and watch the difference this subtle change can have on your life.

"The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has it's own reason for existing. One cannot help but be in awe when he contemplates the mysteries of eternity, of life, of the marvelous structure of reality. It is enough if one tries merely to comprehend a little mystery every day. Never lose holy curiosity. " -Einstein

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