S:1367 Great Question: Creation?

(Great questions lead to great answers; weak questions, weak ones.) “What has been my best creation to date?” Coaching Point: This is a trick question. The first answer which popped into your mind is different from the one which might have popped up a few years ago. And different from the one a few years…Continue Reading →

S:1360 Great Question: Comfortably Receive?

(Great questions lead to great answers; weak questions, weak ones.) “How much positive energy can I comfortably receive right now?” Coaching Point: The key word in this Great Question is ‘comfortably’. Everybody can receive something. The issue is: how much? You’ve seen the now classic stories about lottery winners returning to their previous lifestyle within…Continue Reading →

S:1355 Great Question: Amazes?

(Great questions lead to great answers; weak questions, weak ones.) “What amazes me?” Coaching Point: Children spend much of their time amazed. That’s because each day can be an introduction to something new, interesting, wonderful. For them there is a continual unfoldment of something they haven’t seen before, had no idea existed, and, well, amazes…Continue Reading →

S:1350 Great Question: Happy?

(Great questions lead to great answers; weak questions, weak ones.) “What are the consequences of my not being happy?” Coaching Point: This Great Question flips the happiness topic on its head. Usually we ask – What does it take for me to be happy? Or is it okay for me to focus on happiness? Or…Continue Reading →

S:1348 Great Question: Unrequited?

(Great questions lead to great answers; weak questions, weak ones.) “What is my greatest unrequited desire?” Coaching Point: It has been said that desire is the source of all suffering, however this S3MC looks at a desire not yet experienced as a good thing. Of course, if you are suffering because something you want is…Continue Reading →

S:1345 Great Question: Generous?

(Great questions lead to great answers; weak questions, weak ones.) “When Do I feel I Am My Most Generous?” Coaching Point: Generous has no cost. Hold on, I’ll defend that in a moment. First let’s look at some common forms of generosity. You can observe others giving time, skills, money, caring, support, all clear generous…Continue Reading →

S:1342 Great Question: Want, Now?

(Great questions lead to great answers; weak questions, weak ones.) “What do I want, now?” Coaching Point: You may think you always know the answer, but experience with a wide array of personalities, intellects, interests, and histories shows it’s not such a simple question. Okay, it is simple, but for most not easy to answer.…Continue Reading →

S:1339 Great Question: Now Doing?

(Great questions lead to great answers; weak questions, weak ones.) “What am I now doing that previously I thought I couldn’t?” Coaching Point: This Great Question got right in my face and there’s nowhere to hide from it! I am now doing many things I have said I couldn’t do. I was clear about them.…Continue Reading →

S:1332 Great Question: Why Am I Doing This?

(Great questions lead to great answers; weak questions, weak ones.) “Why am I doing this?” Coaching Point: The person who can interrupt their thoughts, words, and actions to ask this Great Question is running their life rather than letting their autopilot run it. For most of the routine stuff being on autopilot is indeed an…Continue Reading →

S:1326 Great Question: Equanimity?

(Great questions lead to great answers; weak questions, weak ones.) “What has to happen for me to experience equanimity?” Coaching Point: First, what is equanimity and why should you care? Dictionaries variously define equanimity as a sense of peace, calmness, emotional stability, evenness of mind, and a state of maintained composure. They usually speak of…Continue Reading →

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