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The power of questions is a simple dynamic catalyst for creating change. Asking the right questions will re-ignite curiosity & allow you to explore new possibilities.
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Hey there, I'm not sure if you've had a chance to look around the site to read about using generative questions as a transformational tool, if you haven't, then be sure to start by downloading my free gift MP3 with the Top 20 questions.
The story of how I came to be inspired by the power of asking generative questions started several years ago. After spending hours listening to radio shows, telecalls and classes from Access Consciousness and writing each one down as I heard them.
Sometimes I would quickly type them into my phone memo so I wouldn't forget; other times I would sit at my computer with a spreadsheet and specifically write them down by topic; business, change, choice, body, future...
Yes, admittedly, I was slightly obsessed (see the evidence down below ;). But a part of me knew there was something so valuable about this that I couldn't ignore it.
I got to the point that there were so many, I began recording them onto my iPhone voice memo to play them back to myself so I could remember them. I would listen mostly in the mornings when I felt the most open and creative. I started noticing this stuff really worked!
I could sense the lightness just by asking, and the freedom of knowing I was opening up doors to new opportunities and awarenesses was empowering - I felt so in the flow with my life.
I told a few friends and shared my little iPhone recording with them and they loved it! I have yet to meet anyone who asked the question, "What else is possible?" who didn't get a little tingle of excitement and anticipation - you know what I mean?
So, you probably get it by now... using this tool has become a part of my life as I've seen it become for hundreds of others who are ready to be more conscious about what they are creating in their life.
Some people hesitate because they struggle to come up with the words, but what makes this tool so great is how easy it is when the questions are already recorded so you can easily listen by pressing a button.
So, here's just a quick nudge to say that if you're not using this tool - you are missing out!
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This post was written by Christine Hassler at mindbodygreen.com
Remember being in second grade, or even seventh grade, and feeling confident you'd know what it meant to be an eighth grader or a tenth grader when the time came? Not worrying that you weren't in eighth grade at the age of 7?
We gave ourselves permission to be wherever we were in our developmental process. Now that we’re grown up, we put a lot of pressure on ourselves to know everything right now.
After seeing so many people walk the path of transformation, I’ve realized there are many phases, and they don’t look the same in any two people’s lives. Think of life as your school. You’re constantly learning lessons and growing. While we need to give ourselves permission not to know everything now, it’s important to know where we are in the process. No matter our current phase, though, these three rules stay the same:
1. Don’t expect yourself to be anywhere other than where you are. Accept your current place on the path.
2. Anticipate the very next phase beyond the one you’re in, so you can be prepared for it when it arrives.
3. Be compassionate and understanding to others, regardless of their progress on their own personal journey.
I've described the five overarching phases below:
If you’re reading this, you’re either past or nearly past this phase. If you were asleep, my work wouldn’t resonate with you. But I bet you remember when your conditioning and fears ruled you. That's when you were asleep — playing the victim, assuming we don’t have the power or ability to change our own lives. Placing blame, neuroticism, fear, and lack of fulfillment are common side effects of being "asleep." At some point, we realize we’ve been living our lives on cruise control and decide to stop.
Usually, after a good old-fashioned expectation hangover (when we’ve expected certain things from ourselves or others and found ourselves disappointed — again), we finally wake up and start asking ourselves why that keeps happening.
We begin to learn that our experiences aren’t random, and we start looking for answers. We connect the dots and recognize that life is about learning and finding our true selves. We have a lot of realizations — both exciting and perhaps difficult to deal with.
In this phase, we shift from knowing to doing. If you feel like you have a lot of information but things in your life aren't reflecting that knowledge, you’re probably in the integration phase. It’s time to roll up your sleeves and make things happen.
Awareness is not enough for transformation. We must change our belief systems and behaviors. We can let go of our old stories and upgrade our programming. Here, now, we do the courageous emotional work of healing old issues so they no longer define us or hold us back. We take the tools we have and the skills we’ve learned and put them into action.