How to expand your quality of life? Ask questions. – Episode 39

How to expand your quality of life? Ask questions. - Episode 39

It’s always a great idea to ask how to help. Whether the person you’re asking is yourself or a loved one, asking shows your awareness that there’s a need. The art of asking questions can improve and expand our quality of life — inquiry is one of the best and clearest ways to find and shape your best self. Today, as you listen to this episode, take a moment to ask yourself— What is the challenging emotion that’s most frequent in my life?” Listen to this episode . . .

How can I take care of myself today? – Episode 38

How can I take care of myself today? - Episode 38

Sometimes, moments of strife can feel like you’re drowning underwater. Unable to call for help, not sure if anyone, including yourself, can hear you. Learning how to ask questions that can help you support yourself is like equipping yourself with an oxygen tank. You’re not out of the water yet, but you’re able to breathe a little better. The art of sincere questioning is an experience of love. It’s being able to take a breather in those difficult moments, pause, and ask yourself — how can I best take care of myself through this?  Listen to this episode . . .

Hello, it’s your wisdom guidance—can you hear me? – Episode 37

Hello, it’s your wisdom guidance-can you hear me - Episode 37

When it comes to forging your best self, inquiry and wisdom guidance are two key facilitators. Inquiry is sincere questioning that sparks awareness with simple suggestions of support and direction. Wisdom guidance involves giving yourself and others the space to think, act, and develop qualities that are most beneficial without carrying any judgment. It’s present inside us all—but can you access your wisdom?  Listen to this episode . . .

Listening to Our Own Needs and Wisdom – Episode 36

Listening to Our Own Needs and Wisdom - Episode 36

Host Robert Strock begins by acknowledging that many of us reach a point where we realize that life is not as fulfilling, enjoyable, or satisfying as we had hoped or imagined. We all have patterns of behavior and thinking that we were taught early in our lives. Almost all of us have patterns that prevent the peace and happiness we desire. Strock asks listeners to identify a pattern or patterns that may be reversed to develop a deeper sense of wellbeing. Listen to this episode . . .

Becoming Aware of Our Essential Needs – Episode 35

Becoming Aware of Our Essential Needs - Episode 35

Host Robert Strock discusses and uses examples of how developing our self-inquiry can help move us beyond the conditioning of our past. Many of us get caught in the emotions and the experience of our challenges. We may try to give it our best efforts but often aren’t aware of our essential needs, actions, or qualities that are necessary to guide us. It is very helpful to download the free The Introspective Guides at AwarenessThatHeals.org to more clearly see what is needed to develop. Listen to this episode . . .

Developing our Own Wisdom from Inner Inquiry – Episode 34

Developing our Own Wisdom from Inner Inquiry - Episode 34

Robert Strock explores the continuing path to our own wisdom, a path that does not come cheap and leads us to become our ever-changing best selves. There’s a need for sincerity as we learn how to access our inner wisdom without imposition. We access our wisdom by leaving behind moral pressure established from previous relationships or societal expectations and revering our own genuine state of asking for guidance. Listen to this episode . . .

Identifying Our Repeating Challenging Emotion – Episode 33

Identifying our Repeating Challenging Emotion - Episode 33

Host Robert Strock moves deeper into the practice of self-inquiry and how it leads us to examine our quality of life. We return to the question of what is our repeating challenging emotion? As we move through the process of inquiry, we can start looking at whether or not our decisions help take care of everyone at the proverbial table or only a small group of people. It’s a process of looking at our answers without judgment. Listen to this episode . . .

The Art of Asking Questions – Episode 32

The Art of Asking Questions - Episode 32

Self-inquiry and guiding questions lead us toward our unique and deeper truths. We learn more and more who we truly aspire to be, and not dominated by our conditioning. We can start with questions like, “What do I need to do for my quality of life? What do I need to let go of to open the door to a greater experience of purpose, a priority for me?” Through a pattern of questioning, we can readjust our behavior and thinking to develop our best selves. We can use inquiry in all aspects of our lives. Listen to this episode . . .

The Question That Matters Most – Episode 31

The Question That Matters Most - Episode 31

Host Robert Strock leads listeners through the process of using friendly mind and our inner knowing to address difficult relationships in our lives. If we can approach them from a standpoint of causing the least damage and most understanding for both parties, we can have crucial conversations to support ourselves with challenging feelings and relationships. Listen to this episode . . .

Inner Knowing as Part of Friendly Mind – Episode 30

Inner Knowing As Part Of Friendly Mind - Episode-30

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