Useful Spirit Journey Question Tips - Part 2
Refining your questions
In my Soul Plan work, I have noticed that some of the energies that people incarnate with, predispose them to gaining a developed Truth Sense. Their truth sense provides the ability to validate what is true and what is not true. The truth sense usually develops as a consequence of developing energy sensitivity, and developed energy body. The truth sense literally enables you to feel when something rings true.
I’ve also noticed that those who have developed clairsentience and claircognizance ‘muscles’ tend to be able to discern truth; and many of them seem to register truth as a feeling: “that feels true”.
One of the prerequisites of a developed truth sense is a clean and strong energy body. So some work may need to be done to achieve this. Note this is one of the by-products of Shamanic Energy Training. As you clean your energy, you can evolve and develop your truth sense.
A developed truth sense enables you to refine your questions. It helps you recognise when a question, that you want to ask, actually reflects the feeling that prompted you to ask it. You may have noticed that some people cannot find the words to convey the energy that they want to share. There is somehow an internal disconnection that short circuits the congruence that should exist between thoughts, words and actions. The words that come out seem to miss the mark or cause confusion.
They have lost or forgotten the ability, (or perhaps, never developed it in the first place), to express the truth in their hearts or being. Usually because there is some stuck emotion of unresolved trauma that is disconnecting them from their core.
With a developed Truth Sense, you are able to refine your own questions, to such an extent that the sound of them rings true to your core. Like most things, this ability improves with work and practice.
When seeking to refine your Journey questions, so that you can get to a point where they ring true for the issue for which you are seeking clarification - here are some refining questions that you might ask yourself:
- What are my underlying beliefs relating to this Question?
- How do my beliefs relate to the principles of the cosmos?
- If your belief is different to these principles - What assumptions am I making?
- The most common assumption is: “I am Blocked” or “I am Stuck”. Normally when you dig into your assumptions you usually find that there is something else that is going on under the surface, but you have lazily settled on the notion of being stuck.
- Are your assumptions valid?
Valid questions receive answers that resonate true
If a question manages to reflect your inner truth, you will notice that the answer also rings true to your truth sense (or energy body).
However, If the answer conflicts with your old belief systems, you may need to challenge the beliefs you hold; which may require some external assistance to help you understand what these limiting beliefs are, and whether they are getting in your way.
How do you get out of your own way?
If you are new to journeying here a few more tips which may help you develop your questioning muscle:
- Sometimes you get to ask One question per journey. For those just starting out in journeying. It is useful to remember that the entire journey could be the answer to the question that you were asking - so your entire journey experience may need to be interpreted as the answer to the question. Everything that happens in the journey is the answer to the question.
- Be mindful about changing the question in the middle of the journey, so that you do not get confused about which part of the question a particular aspect of the journey represents, or which question is being answered in the ensuing experiences.
- Also, always ask the question in the same way if you repeat the question throughout the journey; be specific. Notice the difference in these two questions, “Show me the best action to take to reconcile my relationship with xxxxx?”, is a different question to: “What is the best action to take to reconcile my relationship with xxxxx?” Use “show me” when you want to actually see.
- “When?” is not so useful, since our experience of time in the 3-D world is different to how time is experienced in the spirit world.
- Do not try to get out of taking responsibility for yourself. Example: “What should I do?” Journey to get more information to help you figure out the answer to the question of what to do.
- Everything happens through relationship. All interactions in the world are governed by our relationships with people, places, and things. This concept of relationships, enables us to clarify what’s going on with our interaction with these things. So it is helpful to ask about the true nature of these relationships. A helpful question would be: “What is the true nature of my relationship with XXXXXXX?”.
- Do not assume, that your relationship with something is the same as their relationship with you. One’s questioning technique should enable you to determine if they are compatible. So a follow up question might be: “What is the true nature of XXXXXX’s relationship with me?”
- What if the true nature of your relationship with your job, was to teach you, what you didn’t learn from the problematic relationships you had with family members when you were younger? Also, what if the reason that you can’t get the job that you want, was because you still need to learn, what you did not learn from those earlier relationships ?
- So in the above circumstance, your focus becomes learning what you need to learn in the job you currently have, that you didn’t learn with your earlier relationships, so you can complete the learning, and end the cycle. In this sense, your questions could help you understand how to shape your relationships to bring them more into alignment.
- When you don’t know what to ask... If you don’t know how to craft a question about a particular issue or circumstance, then simply ask:” What question do I need to ask?” Then when you are told the question that you need to ask – you should then ask that question in the way they gave it to you, in response.
A good question feels right. Once you have cultivated the ability to sense your own energy body, you should be able to feel when the right question resonates. There should be a direct line from the energy of the question, to the energy of the issue or challenge; and if you are training regularly you should be able to feel when a question rings true.
So called “bad questions” - those not useful to you - don’t feel right to the body; in the same way, as bad energy or entities feel. Note that the more visual you are, the more easily you can be tricked, unless you develop your energy body, and ability to feel, or sense what is true.