Have you ever ask yourself, what do you really want?
The problem we have with Life is that we think Life is unfair. We want a car; Life gives us a motorbike. We want to be rich but we feel Life gives us more debts. So yeah, Life seems unfair.
Our problem is we don’t ask questions. We don’t ask questions to ourselves, a place where Life Is. A body where Life is unfolding. We don’t ask Life what we want! (or God if you like to refer Life as God).
Often when I asked people “What do you want?” – They answered, “I don’t know”.
Imagine Life is giving you I-Don’t-Know. And Life is unfair.
The Lazy Personality
I-Don’t-Know is a pretty lazy personality we embedded in our cells. Instead of taking some moment of silence to feel the question, people jump right into I-Don’t-Know because their mind cannot give them an answer. That’s how lazy we become.
The Art of Asking
Learn to ask yourself questions and give some space to receive the answers. In every question you ask, there are answers. You just have to be patience.
And second, ask in a particular manner. Be specific! Don’t ask I-Want-To-Be-Rich. It’s a general request. But Life gives it to you anyway. If today you earn an extra $10 compared to yesterday, then you are richer than yesterday.
Life is fair. It gives us what we asked. Our problem is, we don’t ask questions and we have no patience for the answers. We hardly ask questions about ourselves. We are afraid to ask questions about societies and beliefs. We don’t want to provoke our thinking mind. We fear the answers. We are not ready to receive. And Life is so unfair .
So when was the last time you ever ask yourself, “What do I want?”