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DragonFly Lady
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PostSubject: Questions that aren't helpful   Wed Jul 29, 2009 5:46 am

Questions that aren't helpful

“We accept many notions because they seem to be the logical answers to our questions. But have we asked the right questions?”

-- Harold L. Klawans

Sometimes we ask questions for which we really don’t want the answer! Nonetheless, when we ask a question, our subconscious minds will get to work to answer us.

Here are some examples of questions we want to avoid:

- What’s wrong with me?
- How long could this take?
- What could go wrong?
- How much trouble could it be?
- How hard could it be?

Asking questions can be empowering – as long as they’re smart questions!

"The uncreative mind can spot wrong answers, but it takes a very creative mind to spot wrong questions."

-- Anthony Jay

Jungian astrologer Cathy Pagano writes,
"Do we use our remarkable creativity and imagination to keep the old king propped up, or do we let him die so new life and a new philosophy about life can emerge?"
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PostSubject: Re: Questions that aren't helpful   Thu Jul 30, 2009 12:33 am

Interesting concept. Reminds me of how there seems to be alot of people who know what they don't want but ask them what they do want and they can't answer. By focusing on the negative, they are manifesting it in their lives. We have to be so careful what we order from the universe. It hears all our thoughts. I don't want cancer....it hears cancer and is happy to deliver...words like 'don't' are meaningless. The universe works on the universal language of symbology. When you think the word cancer and feel scared, that is the order you are giving so that is what you manifest: an experience of cancer and fear. Of course this is a very simplified explanation of a much more complex process. When you think about it though, when you repeat something or practise it regularly you become better at it. So when you continuously focus on not wanting cancer because it makes you afraid, guess what you are creating? It pays to be clear on what you want and focus on that instead. Instead of thinking the worst - expect the best!

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