Human beings have one of the most powerful tools to co-create their own reality with the universe through the power of asking questions. When we ask a question, we immediately open ourselves up to experiencing a new unborn potential reality. It is our questions that lead to answers and this ultimately creates our perception of the world. The art of asking questions is to ask empowering ones which will lead us in a new positive direction.
For example, see how you feel after asking the following questions: “How would I like to live?” “How can I improve my health & well-being?” “How can I be loving & compassionate?” “How would I like to design my day to day activities?” “What sort of career would I like to have?” “How can I be grateful?” “What would it feel like to be living my ideal life?” All of these are positive questions which will lead us to answers that can bring dramatic changes into our lives.
Now let’s see what happens when you ask negative questions: “Why does it never work out?” “How do they always get to be so lucky?” “Why can’t I earn as much as he does?” “Why can’t I ever get my break?” “How did she manage to pull that off?” These questions can only lead you to think and feel negative emotions, which will disarm any chance of co-creating a positive life with the universe.
It makes sense to ask positive questions once a day, letting go of the outcome (letting the universe gently reveal the answers in good time) and continue to be appreciative for what one has. This action of co-creation always works and brings a sense of inner-peace, inner-calmness and a joy for living. It is always wise to ask questions after a deep meditation. This stills the mind and leaves us open for pure consciousness to guide us to a playful reality.
Christopher “Divinity” Dines is an author & former House DJ who helps people to live happier and healthier lives through personal development and spirituality. Follow “Divinity” at: https://twitter.com/#!/divinitydines