Question to Ask Yourself

Questions signify someone wants to know more. It is a way to demonstrate interest and; thus, plant seeds of growth. In America, I’ve always said it’s our personal due diligence to ask questions. It’s our responsibility to know the truth, to research and verify the information we are told.

Similarly, I feel this responsibility should extend into our personal lives. Do we question what we’re told? Do we research and verify before we whole-heartedly believe something? Do we ask questions, lots and lots of questions.. Do we challenge perspectives? Most of the time, this would be in opposition to ourselves; because, we are our own most challenging apponent.

So are you ready to grow within yourself? Do you know where to begin? Are you uncomfortable with the idea of pondering answers, in fear of what you might discover? Can you stand the idea of what will resurface? I know all of that feels terrifying. It’s taking you to a place that strips away all protection.. And leaves you vulnerable.

It’s ok to be uncomfortable, uncertain, and anxious about this journey. This is the hardest part, though. I promise.

You can take your time. You can visit and revisit the questions.. You can write down your thoughts.. {Which I highly recommend… not that you asked for my suggestion 🤣🤣}.

Give yourself time to think about what is really being asked. Think about how you need to answer.. What would your honest answer be? The intentional mindfulness will be exhausting.. But, the revelations and convictions can lead to beautiful healing.

Now, one final thought before I suggest questions to ponder.. And if you know me well, you’ll recognize my infatuation with “WHY!”… That’s what I want to address.. Why should you do this?

I’ll respond with this… Why not?

Here’s a few places to start..

  1. Have I been ashamed or disappointed in myself lately? Did the emotions trigger something else? Or did something trigger these emotions?

This one question can provide such an insight into who you are, without you even realizing it.

  1. {Stemmed from Q1:} What exactly happened that created these triggers, to begin with? What would happen if I faced them.. And just stared at them for a few minutes? What part of this past can I hold myself accountable? What parts can’t I hold myself responsible, because I was a child?

Start there.. Unbeknownst to me, I think I’ll create a sequel to this post.

I am praying, this universe, all the good vibes, and heavenly angels will hold you close and give you patience, peace, and love with/for yourself.

I’m here if you’d need to talk or would like to share with me, I’m here.

Until next time,

Stay Safe, Speak Life, and Spread Kindness 💗

4 thoughts on “Question to Ask Yourself

  1. Exploring one’s motivations is always incredibly eye opening. Sometimes I’ll ask myself… why did I really do X? And if I can be truly honest with myself, I often learn a little something new about me.

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  2. It sounds as if you are on a similar journey to me. I’m beginning to ask questions about my feelings, being curious and nonjudgmental. I strive to tell my story, as difficult as that may be, I believe it is the only way to let go of the past. To strip it of its power. That is what I am striving to do and your post reminds me of this. Peace, balance, empathy, my friend.

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