Soul Questions: Part I

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yourownexcitingworld
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Soul Questions: Part I

Postby yourownexcitingworld » Wed Jun 14, 2017 4:46 pm

We may hold many of the answers we seek. These answers may even bring to us that which we desire. They may bring us clarity, understanding, relief and happiness.
However, we may never obtain any of our own answers if we are never willing to explore our own thoughts, ideas and prejudices. We may never obtain any of our answers if we are unwilling to ask ourselves questions.


Soul Questions is designed with the intent to offer questions that may help ease the mind/ego and open people up to more possibilities and awareness.


Please start off with a brief meditation. If you have your own method, please do so. If not, here is what I recommend:

Get in a comfortable sitting position in a quiet room, alone.
Take a deep breathe in. Take a deep breathe out.
Do this several times.
Each time, focus on the sound of the air that you make.
Continue taking deep breathes in, and deep breathes out, slow allowing yourself to relax.
Begin to let your breathing relax.
Stay focused on the sound of your breathe. You may notice it beginning to become more quiet, less audible.
Begin to let your muscles relax while staying focused on the sound of your breathing.
Let your feet relax.
Let your calves relax.
Let your upper legs relax.
Stay focused on the sound of your relaxed breathing.
Let your stomach relax.
Let your chest relax.
Let your shoulders relax.
Let your upper arms relax.
Let your forearms relax.
Let your hands relax.
Stay focused on the sound of your breathing.
Let your face relax.
Let your neck relax.
As you relax and focus on only the sound of your breathing, thoughts may come into your head. Acknowledge they have came, but let them go. Don't worry about focusing on them.
Imagine all your worries and your stress leaving your body with each breathe.
Breathing in, breathing out, relaxing.
When you're ready, please begin the exercise.


*It is recommended you either speak your answers out loud, record them, or write them down. It is not necessarily for review later (though you may want to if you feel inspired), but rather so you may act with your answers, in attempt for you to affirm to yourself that you truly mean what ever you respond.*


Is there anything you could change that would be easy to change?

Does change ever happen without you attempting to create change?

Can an unexpected change be beneficial?

Can an intended change be beneficial?


Can a mistake be beneficial?
If so, how?

Can a mistake be more beneficial than doing something the way you intended?
If so, how?

Can mistakes teach you?

Would you agree that mistakes aren't necessarily a bad or negative thing, but can be a positive thing?


Have you ever been wrong about anything?

Has been being wrong about something ever seemed to not really be a 'big deal'?

Could being wrong about something be positive news?
How?

Could you or others ever benefit to find out they were wrong about something?
How?


Does everyone hold the same standards?

Have you ever adjusted your own standards?

Have people ever been wrong about anything?

Have people ever been wrong about other people?

Whose standards are the most correct?

Is it possible your standards could be improved and aren't perfect?

Is it possible other people's standards could be improved and aren't perfect?
If other people's standards aren't perfect, why should you live by them?

Is it possible other people could be wrong about you?
If they could be wrong, why should you live by their standards?


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Tanfeliz
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Re: Soul Questions: Part I

Postby Tanfeliz » Wed Jun 14, 2017 6:06 pm

I like those. I think that sort of question can be liberating for a lot of people. Really, everyone is wrong sometimes, and its not that big of a deal. But look at the things that happen, the lengths people go to sometimes when they cant accept their own experiences.

Very nice, thanks for sharing.

yourownexcitingworld
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Re: Soul Questions: Part I

Postby yourownexcitingworld » Thu Jun 15, 2017 4:59 pm

Hi Tanfeliz,

Thanks for the feedback! :)
Yes, I remember a specific period of time in my life where I seemed to struggle to accept what was going on.I've known many people who seemed to create their own hell because they either didn't want to accept reality and/or their own actions & choices, all in attempt to remain in denial it seemed... only seeming to make things harder on themselves.

I plan to post more of these, as I'd like it to be a series. I plan to just add it onto this thread.

Thanks again for the feedback.

yourownexcitingworld
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Soul Questions: Part II

Postby yourownexcitingworld » Thu Jun 15, 2017 7:59 pm

Soul Questions is designed with the intent to offer questions that may help ease the mind/ego and open people up to more possibilities and awareness.



Please start off with a brief meditation. If you have your own method, please do so. If not, here is what I recommend:

Get in a comfortable sitting position in a quiet room, alone.
Take a deep breathe in. Take a deep breathe out.
Do this several times.
Each time, focus on the sound of the air that you make.
Continue taking deep breathes in, and deep breathes out, slow allowing yourself to relax.
Begin to let your breathing relax.
Stay focused on the sound of your breathe. You may notice it beginning to become more quiet, less audible.
Begin to let your muscles relax while staying focused on the sound of your breathing.
Let your feet relax.
Let your calves relax.
Let your upper legs relax.
Stay focused on the sound of your relaxed breathing.
Let your stomach relax.
Let your chest relax.
Let your shoulders relax.
Let your upper arms relax.
Let your forearms relax.
Let your hands relax.
Stay focused on the sound of your breathing.
Let your face relax.
Let your neck relax.
As you relax and focus on only the sound of your breathing, thoughts may come into your head. Acknowledge they have came, but let them go. Don’t worry about focusing on them.
Imagine all your worries and your stress leaving your body with each breathe.
Breathing in, breathing out, relaxing.
When you’re ready, please begin the exercise.



*It is recommended that you either speak your answers out loud, record them, or write them down. It is not necessarily for review later (though you may want to if you feel inspired), but rather so you may act with your answers, in attempt for you to affirm to yourself that you truly mean what ever you respond.*



Have you ever taken an action towards something (anything)?

Have you ever taken an action that you consider small?

If I asked you to dance in a way you never have before (no matter how simple or how funny looking you make it!), would you be able to (not asking you to do it in front of anyone else)?

Are you capable of taking actions that you never have before?

Are you capable of creating new behaviors?

Do you think you could take small actions that you never have before?

Do you think something you consider big could just be made up of many small actions?



Do you think people who are successful at something are given permission before every action they take?

Do you think they have to ask someone permission before EVERY thing they do?

Do you think they may have chosen to take some actions before anyone noticed them?

Do you think it’s possible that some people are successful at something, not because they are more worthy or because someone gave them permission, but rather because of the actions they chose to take?



Do you think a successful person has ever failed at something?
If not, please visit https://www.google.com/#q=successful+pe ... ave+failed

Do you think a successful person has ever failed and survived?

Do you think a successful person has ever failed and eventually ended up better off?



Do you think a failure could teach you to be better than you originally planned?

If so, is it really a failure? Or perhaps a leap forward?

Do you think some people could possibly be wrong about what failure is?

Why should you live by anyone’s standards for what failure is?



Do you think people could have different standards for what success is?

Do you think people may change their standards for what success is?

If so, do you think it’s possible their current standards aren’t perfect?

If so, why should you live by anyone’s standards for success?


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