If you are dwelling on a past problem, the subconscious doesn’t know it happened in the past, and begins responding AS IF you are living that same problem in this moment.
If you are worrying about a future potential problem, the subconscious again responds AS IF it’s happening now.
When you ask, “why am I having all these problems?”, the subconscious begins seeking the answer to that question by looking for problems. So, the questions we ask ourselves become very important!
Likewise, if you dwell on exciting and fun possibilities in your life, the subconscious will play with that, too! It will look for even more possibilities, and expand on the ones we’ve already discovered. Asking supportive questions can shift your energy and the way you experience the world.
When you are asking questions that support you, the subconscious mind will find a way to support you in return. That’s why sayings like “If there is a will, there’s a way” holds such a powerful truth.
Prolific author, speaker and creativity coach, Eric Maisel, suggests we take advantage of this 24/7 *service* offered by the subconscious mind by consciously cultivating a sense of wonder. We do this by wondering openly, asking open-ended questions the subconscious can begin seeking answers to those questions.
You can really have a lot of fun with this, and it’s quite the vibe-lifter:
“I wonder how all my perfect opportunities & people are finding me so easily?”
“I wonder why I am having so much fun and smiling so much?”
“I wonder why my life feels so easy and joyful?”
“I wonder how the Universe is expanding my dreams into reality right now?”
“I wonder why my life keeps getting better and better?”
This evening, I began tweeting the questions above and it immediately caught the attention of people who wanted a reason to smile and feel good.
Your turn…how will you cultivate wonder?