These articles take you deeper into the process of self-inquiry:
1. Why You’ll Win More Games If You Wait To Attack The King You may think that working on your biggest beliefs will make you the most progress. But you may be surprised to find that there’s a more effective strategy from the game of chess. Read about it here.
2. Why Are Questions 1 and 2 a Yes or No Only? We’re so used to complicated answers that a simple yes or no can seem strange. Learn why answering questions 1 and 2 with a yes or no is valuable. Read the article here.
3. When Doing The Work, Do You Get Overwhelmed By Tons Of Other Thoughts Coming Up? Once you’ve opened Pandora’s box, here’s how to deal with everything inside. Read this article here.
5. Are You Writing Pretty Much The Same Things On Questions 2-4? When writing a Judge-Your-Neighbor Worksheet, it can get repetitive, unless you understand the subtle differences between the questions. Learn more here.
7. Why It’s More Effective To Write Out The Work Than To Do It In Your Head It’s tempting to simply do The Work in your head. Certainly there are some advantages to it. But if you never sit down and write the work, you will shortchange yourself. Learn why in this article.
8. Can I Write A Judge-Your-Neighbor Worksheet On Myself? This a common question when for anyone new to The Work. Our stressful thoughts are all about us. But you may want to look a little closer.
Read the article here.
10. If You Want To Do The Work, Learn How To Facilitate Ultimately, self-inquiry depends on us. If you really want to be free, learning how to facilitate is essential. Read the article here.
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