How to ask good questions

What is a good question according to ACIM?

ACIM (A Course in Miracles) teaches that a good question is one that promotes a shift in perception and opens the mind to new possibilities. Here are some characteristics of a good question according to ACIM:

  • Open-ended: A good question is open-ended, meaning that it allows for multiple answers and interpretations.
  • Non-judgmental: A good question is free of judgment and is asked with a genuine desire to learn and grow.
  • Focused on the present: ACIM emphasizes the importance of living in the present moment, and so a good question is focused on the present rather than the past or future.
  • Thought-provoking: A good question challenges the mind to think deeply and consider new perspectives.
  • Directed towards healing: ACIM is a spiritual teaching that focuses on healing the mind, and so a good question is one that promotes healing and growth.
  • Asked with an open mind: Finally, a good question is asked with an open mind and a willingness to receive new insights and understanding.

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