The Creative Questions Approach

Your Thinking Process consists of 2 parts – Questions and Answers.

Questions directs your thinking to find answers and solutions.

If you are unaware of the power of questions, then you can easily get caught in asking destructive questions, leading to damaging understanding and results.

We tend to ask limiting questions, like, if your car doesn’t start, you’ll easily ask “Why isn’t my car starting?” But when it starts you don’t ask “Why is my car starting?”

The purpose of Creative Questions is to harness and direct your Thinking Process to transform unwanted questions and their results, to make you think in alignment with what you do want.

Creative Questions are specific questions that activate your creativity and stimulate and force your Thinking Process to find the solutions that your mind needs to be able to manifest what you want.

A Creative Question
is a favorable question
that has the answer built into the question,
so there is only a positive way you can respond to the question.

For example, “Why am I happy?” cannot give you the answer “Because I am a failure.” But must answer “Because I am successful.” This leads to you feeling wonderful.

Excerpt from the Natural Breathing Own Your Self Manual.

Your Thinking Process consists of 2 parts – Questions and Answers.

Questions directs your thinking to find answers and solutions.

If you are unaware of the power of questions, then you can easily get caught in asking destructive questions, leading to damaging understanding and results.

We tend to ask limiting questions, like, if your car doesn’t start, you’ll easily ask “Why isn’t my car starting?” But when it starts you don’t ask “Why is my car starting?”

The purpose of Creative Questions is to harness and direct your Thinking Process to transform unwanted questions and their results, to make you think in alignment with what you do want.

Creative Questions are specific questions that activate your creativity and stimulate and force your Thinking Process to find the solutions that your mind needs to be able to manifest what you want.

A Creative Question
is a favorable question
that has the answer built into the question,
so there is only a positive way you can respond to the question.

For example, “Why am I happy?” cannot give you the answer “Because I am a failure.” But must answer “Because I am successful.” This leads to you feeling wonderful.

Excerpt from the Natural Breathing Own Your Self Manual.