How do you suppress thoughts? Why is it compromising to you and your relationship with your Mind to suppress thoughts? How exactly do you tell the difference between suppressing thoughts and stopping participation in thoughts? Why is stopping participation in certain thoughts not suppression?
What is the difference between speaking as ‘physical sound’ and speaking from within an emotional reaction? What effect does the energy in one’s voice have on the throat and neck area of the body? How has the Mind imprinted symbols or designs in the throat to facilitate the process of using one’s voice in emotional energy?
In what different ways can you suppress your thoughts and emotions? Why do you only suppress particular thoughts and emotions? How does your Mind identify which thoughts and emotions to suppress? Why do you experience some thoughts and emotions as "strange" or "foreign", which you then react to by going into shock?
What different effects does speaking in emotional energy and/or feeling energy have on the physical body? Why does speaking in positive and/or negative energy have different effects on the physical body? What is it about positive and negative energy and their relationship to the Mind and Body that will determine the effects they have on us and the physical when we speak in reactions?
Why is it important for you to have a balance between letting go of your 'old life' while creating your 'new life'? How is the emotional experience of homesickness only perpetuated when you reminisce on the old life and don't focus on yourself and your new life? How can you support yourself to maintain this balance between letting go of the old and moving forward with the new?
Is there anything 'wrong' with being startled in a moment of playfulness? What happens to your physical body in moments that you are startled? How much of the world around you are you actually aware of when you're thinking deeply about something? How can you support yourself in those moments of being startled to align your awareness to be in the present moment here and now?
Why do we tend to seek refuge in the familiarity of the Mind rather than step into the ‘unknown’ that exists ‘beyond the Mind’? How can we practically assist and support ourselves to identify our own personal mind points that activate the insecurity system within the Mind? What practical approach with writing and self forgiveness will assist and support with releasing ourselves from the insecurity system within the Mind?
Sometimes in life we meet people (sometimes these people are close family members!) who absolutely refuse to hear what you are saying. They work themselves into such a state of possession that they are unwilling to consider anything but their own views, judgements and opinions. No matter what you say or do, they continue to misinterpret and misunderstand you. How can you support yourself to remain stable and direct someone who is stuck in a possession, even when their possession is…