Inner questioning is a practice that has been used since the beginning of time. It allows us to stop, even for a short moment, to seek, and become aware. To get the most out of the next questions, we must ask them repeatedly. Because at first, the answers will be superficial, but it is by going further, by going deeper, that the real answers will surface. It is our heart that must answer and not our head. 1. What am I? One of the oldest and most used of all questions. It is also possible to use “who am I?” But this version implies that there will be an entity, a person in the answer. To know oneself is one of the greatest goals of the spiritual journey. 2. What do I really want? Why? And is it really necessary? Whether if it’s in connection with the material or spiritual world. Desires are one of the greatest sources of suffering. To find the roots of our suffering is to identify our desires.
3. Why do I do, I think, and I feel that? To bring awareness into our life, we must first be aware of our actions, thoughts, and emotions. It is by asking ourselves this question daily that we get in touch with the real reasons that prevent us from diving completely into consciousness. 4. Why is this so important to me? When we have trouble letting go. Whether if it’s about love, family, work, or anything else. What better way to help us, let go, than by deepening the reason for our attachments! 5. Are my actions and choices in harmony with my path? The majority of people live in contradiction. They say certain things and do the opposite or do what they say not to do. This question helps us to become aware of one of the greatest obstacles of the spiritual journey, our contradictions. So that we can finally be in harmony.