What is the Question?

Have you ever questioned how much there is in a question?

Questions can be:

  • revelatory and transforming
  • malicious and harmful with evil intent
  • incredibly powerful in exposing the truth
  • incredibly forceful and deceptive
  • a wonderful way to ponder and reach truth oneself
  • a great way to hide and mislead

On the side of truth I have been regularly blown away by the questions Serge Benhayon has presented at courses and events. He regularly poses very simple questions that simply by the asking free up my thinking and expand my vision.

It always used to make me (and everyone else) ponder “Why did I never ask that question myself?” because just on hearing the question I discover that I already know the answer. It exposes how imprisoned we are in our thinking and how unaware we are of just how much we are owned by energies that control what kind of thoughts we have.

The above statement may sound radical, but we all know this really, such as the jokes where a psychologist holds up a card and says what does this remind you of, and the other person says ‘sex’ (or whatever) every time regardless of the image.

I have also found that if I need clarity on an issue and imagine I could send God an email and take the time to get really clear on my question, by the time I have completed the email I don’t need to send it as I have already received the answer!

Journalists are very skilled with using questions both for truth and against truth. In terms of the latter if you are asked a question such as how long have you been beating your wife, what can you do? You can deny it and tell them I don’t even have a wife and they can then publish that you deny beating your wife. These kind of made up and absurd sensational questions are impossible to answer and you hang yourself whichever way you go.

Serge Benhayon and many other members of the public have been on the receiving end of a particularly vicious attack of such questions for over 3 years now by Esther Rockett, a serial cyber abuser.

Esther Rockett regularly and systematically shrieks ANSWER THE QUESTION. After about two years of these disgraceful tactics, Alison Greig and a group of Universal Medicine students set up a website – www.universalmedicinefacts.com where they forensically and factually answered every possible question and exposed the lies.

However, no matter how many times they answer, Esther Rockett continues to shriek ANSWER THE QUESTION all over social media whilst never actually asking any questions, or asking questions that are such extreme opposites of the truth as to be unanswerable.

It seems in life that questions, answers and pretty much everything can be used for true good or to harm. If we are interested in truth and do not want to be puppets for those who wish to harm, we need to develop our discernment. One simple question is: “Does what is presented contain any emotion or judgement?” If it does I would not listen, for Truth always unites and does not contain one ounce of emotion or judgement.

By Nicola Lessing, Goonellabah

Nicola Lessing Nicola Lessing shares that she only has one job ~ it is a 24/7 job, a lot of fun and one that she plans to never retire from. Her job is to be, live and express the love that she is in everything she does!

As the General Manager and Director of both Travelbay (www.travelbay.com) and In Your Interest Financial Planning (www.inyourinterest.com.au), leader of two voluntary international teams working on Unimed Living, a Justice of the Peace, an active member of the local community and married to the gorgeous Christoph Schnelle she has plenty of opportunity to put this into practice.

Related Reading:
In Truth there can only be One Truth – as Truth is Truth
Truth – Expressing in Full
I Can Make My Life One of Truth

22 thoughts on “What is the Question?

  1. A great blog Nicola. Questions can indeed be used to manipulate as well as seeking truth. All depends on the energy we are coming from and when we don’t know this, our spirit can lead us a merry dance, to our own – and others – detriment.

  2. We have all no doubt experienced someone asking us a question that was loaded, where we felt that we were being set up for something if we answered it. That is an irresponsible way of asking questions and yet a common way it is done in the media industry.

  3. ““Does what is presented contain any emotion or judgement?” If it does I would not listen, for Truth always unites and does not contain one ounce of emotion or judgement.” This line is absolutely true and it exposes how lost we are as a humanity that we have strayed so far away from this simple truth. I can say for myself that my life has been full of emotional and judgemental questions and this is what I called ‘life’ yet it is not our original way of living together in which we can live with love and truth and without emotions or judgments.

  4. “Truth always unites and does not contain one ounce of emotion or judgement.”

    What a gorgeous line of pure truth. As a society it seems that we have become addicted to our emotions and hide behind our judgements. Does this mean we are comfortable living in separation to each other and within ourselves…that we are in fact comfortable living a lie?

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