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“Each morning we are born again. What we do today is what matters most” reminds me that the past is the past and the power, my power is embracing being in the present moment and asking myself a solution-oriented question. I use solution-oriented questions to keep my thoughts, words and actions on my goals/ on what I want to create in my life and in the world.
I started using solution-oriented questions long before I became an artist. I used them when I was in sales and I wanted to make more money and work less hours. I would ask myself almost every day “How can I make more money and work less hours?

 

 

Your mind is an amazing thing. When you ask it a question, it answers.

 

I would ask this question every day and get answers and I would take action on some of the answers and I was able to make a six figure income working 20 to 25 hours a week.

 

Solution-oriented questions help you to create sacred space in you.

 

Keeping your mind, your thoughts on what you really want to create in your life is one of the most important things you can do for yourself and for the world. The more you create a life that is fulfilling for you the more positive energy you bring into the world.
Now I am using solution-oriented questions to help me to keep my focus on bringing Sacred Art into the world that blesses you and your home and support myself.
My current solution-oriented question I am asking myself is:
How can I bring Sacred Art to the world that blesses people and be abundantly wealthy?

 

An example of a solution-oriented question is “What can I do……” or “How can I……” and you fill in the blank with the results you are desiring.
So start today, creating Sacred Space in You by asking yourself solution-oriented questions.
Blessings,
Deepa


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