Really? Is that so?
What have you tried so far? Do you have a list with all your failed attempts? Is there something else that you would try?
How did you end up here after all? What were you thinking?
It seemed easy and suddenly things are not as you imagined. How come? How many mistakes have you made?
What is a mistake after all? Trying and failing or not trying at all?
O a scale from 1 to 5, how do you feel now? Are you afraid? Of what?
What’s the worst thing that it could happen? What will happen after you have succeeded? Are you familiar with “fear of success”?
Are you happy where you are right now? Go on, take a closer look. What is happiness?
Will you be able to answer to all these question? Right now or are you going to leave them for later, when you’ll have some free time to contemplate?
There are thousands of questions out there. These are the ones that might help you find some real answers. The harder they feel, the more you” want to avoid them in order to keep your energy for some other tasks.
Just imagine, these are just a few of the questions that pop up into your mind in a second. As long as you take your time and search for more answers, the questions will be the best starting point for your evolution process.
One more thing, when nothing seems to work, just take a sit, write the first question that pops into your mind and leave it there. Just stare at it without looking for the answer. Just observe the ink, the letters, the texture of the paper. What color is it? What shade of beige? Smell it. What does this reminds you of. As you can see, this is an infinite string of questions.
What is the first question that come into your mind right now? What about now? And now?
If we would continue this process, for a while it might feel that we’re getting nowhere. But this is the first step towards changing “nothing” into “something”.
YES! Something seems to work!