How Can Questions Keep Your Fears Away
That is… the right questions. Yes, you can keep both your mind and your fears under your control at all times, once you learn the best, most powerful questions to ask yourself on a daily basis.
Have you ever felt overwhelmed and unclear about what are your next steps? Do you feel an unease when taking decisions? Are you unsure what is causing all this distress? It could be that you have some undealt with emotions and fears, that keep you stuck.
“Question everything, especially your own thoughts” is my most favorite quote of all times, said by Albert Einstein. Just because you have thoughts in your mind, it doesn’t mean they’re yours, it doesn’t mean they’re real and most certainly, they don’t represent who you are.
You can change your thoughts in a matter of seconds. Here’s how to ask yourself the right questions at the right time. The right time is always *now*:
- Why do I feel the way that I do?
- What is causing this feeling to happen?
- What is it that I haven’t forgiven myself about?
- Why can’t I let go of this feeling?
- How can I find the best solution to this?
- How can I see a different perspective of this situation?
Once you’ve given yourself the answer, I suggest you continue asking yourself over and over the “Why” question, until you feel completely relieved. Your mind will thank you and you will feel like you’ve conquered a mountain of frustration, blockage and fears.
If you find yourself in a more challenging situation, you will for sure need an extra step, which is taking learnings. These are the positive suggestions you say to yourself from a negative situation, in the present tense, only for you, that have the goal to liberate your entire system – body and mind – from the negative pattern and emotions.
An example of a learning is the following: “I, Roxana, feel free now” or “I, Roxana, know that I am safe now”. The format of a learning is designed to release your neurons, that are encrypted in every cell of your body, from the shackles of regret, anger, frustration, despair, emotional pain, shame and fear.
Test this exercise, ask yourself these questions and extract the learnings from any challenging situation you may be in, and observe how you grow, how your level of thinking is moving one more step in your evolution scale and how you get closer to being the best version of yourself.