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Access Your Inner Wisdom February 26, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Life Balance, Magick & Mystery, Mindfulness.

Just as asking questions of others allows you to better understand their unique perspective on the world, asking questions of your higher self enables you to perceive, more clearly, your unique pathway through life.

To connect with your inner wisdom, ask questions and listen for the answers ~ answers which may come through insight, intuition, impulse, or inspiration, rather than words.

Need some ideas?

Here are a few questions to get you started on your inner journey:

* What do I want out of life? * How do I access joy? * Who do I want to be?

* What qualities shall I express to the world? * How can I feel more peaceful?

 * How do I stop worrying? * How do I access grace?

* What makes me smile?  * What fills me with gratitude? * Which experiences are treasures to savor?

You may be surprised at how quickly the answers begin to appear once you voice the questions.

Quote:   “Just trust yourself, then you will know how to live.” ~ Goethe

No rules.  Just write!

Related posts:  Have You Lost a Part of Yourself? (Always Well Within) * Backwards Living * Live Your Life * The Gift of Synchronicity * Synchronicity & Mystery *  A Beacon in the DarkWay of the Peaceful Warrior * Winks, Whispers, and Nudges * Are You OK Right Now?



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