Question Everything

When I start to realise that I’m suffering from a lack of sound judgement, or I’ve lapsed into making too many poor decisions, or I’ve been feeling ungrounded, or hypersensitive, then I know I need to question everything for the next few weeks to get me back on track again.

 If everything in life is a quest, then it is worth questioning everything. I question what I can see. Question what I can’t see. Nothing is too sacred to question because everything is sacred.

According to the classic hero’s journey, life is a series of quests. Quests can be challenging. If everything in life is a quest, then it is worth questioning everything.

When I need to feel more grounded, or I need to be more objective, or less subjective, or I need to improve my decision making skills, or when I need to be more discerning, or reduce hypersensitivity, these are the quests that can help me to get there.

I choose one quest at a time. Then I spend a day practising each one:

  1. Question your motives
  2. Question your thoughts
  3. Question your feelings
  4. Question your five senses
  5. Question your actions
  6. Question your instincts
  7. Question your intuition
  8. Question your inner guidance
  9. Question your inner critic
  10. Question your beliefs
  11. Question your attitude
  12. Question your assumptions
  13. Question your dreams
  14. Question your desires
  15. Question your passion
  16. Question your lust
  17. Question your wishes
  18. Question your habits
  19. Question your addictions
  20. Question your obsessions
  21. Question your worries
  22. Question your kindness
  23. Question your generosity
  24. Question your guilt
  25. Question your selfishness
  26. Question your greed
  27. Question your pride
  28. Question your ego
  29. Question your image
  30. Question your awareness
  31. Question your responsibilities
  32. Question your boundaries
  33. Question your limitations
  34. Question your integrity
  35. Question your perfection
  36. Question your imperfections
  37. Question your dislikes
  38. Question your love
  39. Question your hate
  40. Question your energy
  41. Question your attention
  42. Question your conscience
  43. Question your intentions
  44. Question your regrets
  45. Question your past
  46. Question your present
  47. Question your future
  48. Question your timing
  49. Question your body
  50. Question your soul
  51. Question your spirit
  52. Question your gods

Sometimes I need to be less subjective and more objective about life. I’m not suggesting that emotions should be ignored. Being too objective too often bypasses my ability to feel my feelings. I need to feel my feelings because feeling my feelings can be healing. It’s more realistic to strive to find the place between being subjective and being objective that is right for me and everyone and everything important to me. So I question what I can see and what I can’t see. Nothing is too sacred to question because everything is sacred.

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