Questions Provide Space For Dreams To Take Flight

Laura: Just wanted you to know that your “Powerful Questions” E-Book, has helped me in my struggles to feel better about me and my life.

I keep a copy of it on the arm of my mediation chair. Every morning I allow the book to fall open to the Question that I most need to reflect on that day. If it is the same one as yesterday, that’s ok. I figure that means that I have some more work to do in that arena.

All of the Questions have opened my eyes and helped me. The one that has helped me the most and frequently opens, is the dog-eared chapter on Anger. Your take on anger helped me drop my usual cynical ways and learn how to speak more assertively without blame and heat. I know now, but am still learning how to use the passion in anger, just like you said, for passion in life (the good kind).

I have left a lot of my negative thinking behind. Sometimes I slip up, but I notice that I do not beat myself up as much as before. Thanks Laura.

Annette Dev…… Montreal, Canada.

 

The Wisdom of the Question!

Do you willfully turn away from the asking?

Are you in a “rut,” ignoring the inner pull towards truth and change, while clinging to an illusion of safety and security. All the while; you know  that you  are in a grave act of denial and the  charge connected to this distress will have consequences. We cannot gain freedom by denying or wishing.

Do you Cling to the Familiar?

Having spent my early years on an island off the coast of Newfoundland, I remember well the ferocity of the Atlantic Ocean beating against the rocky cliffs along the shoreline. Often birds flew into and nestled on the barren ledges, hanging on, with their bodies shivering. Some of the birds nestled in places where they would continue to be battered at the mercy of nature’s fury. There might have been a ‘soft place to fall’ just beyond those ledges; however  they like us, stayed, struggled and shivered in scarcity because it was familiar.

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