MAKING QUESTIONS

April 28, 2020
The Third Step is a great suggestion I found in a tiny and generous book by Jurgen Wolff, “Creativity Now”. (Thank you, Jurgen!) When you have started to look around, practice the powerful art of making questions. Look for something you have not understood – there are plenty of such things – but perhaps you never noticed most of them. For example, WHY ARE TRAFFIC LIGHTS RED AND GREEN? Please, don’t shut down this question by thinking that they are red and green because someone chose those colours, and that it is none of your business. Why specifically those two colours? Another person would run to the Internet to get the answer. But the best thing to do is to wait. Appreciate your ignorance. When you realize that you don’t know something, you have reached the most important place in your world: the boundary of your mind. At that boundary, you are still a child with all the energy and the curiosity you used to have when you were five years old. This is the place where genius can develop. Exactly at this boundary, Isaac Newton saw an apple falling from a tree, and asked: “Why?” And waited. And shaped the laws of our universe. The next time I’ll tell you how answers – genius answers – will come.

Talents

Have you ever looked at yourself from ABOVE?

Some say everyone has an Angel. Perhaps. I learned that everyone IS an Angel and that we do our best when we realize what kind of Angel we are. In this Section you’ll find a little handbook of angelic identities.

The Mind's Tools

Are you sure your mind can’t reach the Milky Way?

It all depends on how you use your mind. It’s rather simple after all: you are the specialist about your own mind; nobody knows it better than you do. I’ll show you WHAT you know about it.

Solutions

This is a trying time, isn’t it? But a new one.

New epochs can begin like that: with an ordeal. Some people pass through the ordeal and enter into a brand new future. Others don’t even notice the ordeal and think that it is only a setback!