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Questions to Unearth Your Wisdom

Written by Heather Kim


Wonder how to unearth solutions to your most vexing problems? Don't have a sage to giveQuestions to ask yourself you the answers?

Often the answers are inside you. You just need to pull them out. 

A good way to do that is to ask yourself questions. We'll provide the questions but you need to schedule yourself some quiet time. Make this fun. Sit in the park after a good walk or workout or at your desk or kitchen table. Make sure to schedule alone time with no TV, computer or outside distractions.

At first, you might get distracted with thoughts of tasks you need to finish or something you want to check on the computer. Don't do it. Set a timer so you have a fixed amount of time to just work with your inner wisdom. (If you're uncomfortable with the quiet time, you'll know that you only have to do this for 15 or 30 minutes. You'll be surprised how this will relax you.)  Now, depending on what you want to know, ask the following questions:

1. Four questions when you want to know whether to give up on something and move on.

2. Five questions to solve any problem.

3. 10 questions to see where you fit on the pleasure scale. This will give you an idea of just how much joy you're allowing yourself to experience.

4. How many "blind spots" do you have?  These are the various ways we block ourselves from seeing and taking advantage of opportunities.

Now, that you've unearthed some wisdom, what are you going to do about it?

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