Questions have the ability to change our focus at the moment. Asking the right questions is advanced life skills that can literally change your mindset from limiting it to strengthen it. A personal vision of our reality ends with what we emphasize. Questions not only focus on our mind but also the motivation and direction.
As soon as we ask a question, our mind starts immediately looking for the answer. If we do not like the answers we're getting, it's probably a lot to do with the questions we're asking. By asking the right questions, we can strengthen ourselves to change some aspects of our lives.
So what are the right questions?
Questions that draw attention to possibilities and solutions are those that strengthen us. By training us to consciously ask questions, irrespective of our circumstances, we will focus our minds on constantly focusing on new possibilities and solutions. This is precisely such an emphasis that increases our personal growth and development.
As a human being, we can only concentrate on a limited number of parts at any given time. We can use this fact for our benefit, because when we focus on strengthening things, it becomes literally impossible to focus on limiting objects at the same time. This means that when we emphasize something positive, emphasize it, our mind will destroy or shut down negative thoughts.
Because questions have the ability to change our focus, we can automatically change our feelings as wells. When you ask yourself, "how are you feeling right now?" Your mind will be busy by answering that question; It simply can not be searched for reasons to feel sad at the same time.
Being truly focused, involves more than just our spiritual sharpness, it also implies our feelings. This is especially because the questions we are asking often have to do with how we look at something. Emotions are power plants of human motivation. We can use our mind to ask questions that will use this power and focus it in the direction we want to go.
When problems arise in life, as they like, what questions can we ask ourselves to encourage us to the opportunity and the solution? Here are some examples:
1) How does this problem or challenge create a new opportunity? At first you can not see the opportunity, so keep asking. This question is powerful because it is based on the premise that the problem has created an opportunity, now you just have to discover what it is. Your mind will acknowledge that premise as a fact and before it will introduce you a list of opportunities.
2) What steps do I need to take to change this situation? Notice the premise based on this question, it's an action that will change the situation, all you have to do is find it.
3) What aspect of this challenge is exciting? However, something here is getting excited. We just asked our mind to figure out what it is, and so will.
Consider all these questions in common. They all have a built-in premise that brings our focus in a positive direction. They all live up to peace of mind that is strengthening. Because we can focus only one way at a time, this question also prevents us from exploring the negative aspects of our situations, both mentally and emotionally.
Remember that it does not ask questions that create results, that's the answer. So when answering each question, take a moment to experience how this response will make you feel. Developing regularly asking yourself to provide questions will also increase appreciation for the answers.
Being constantly aware and grateful for our blessings can completely change our lives.