Think of all of the questions that your experiences have answered for you. Every How? When? Where? Who? And What? has been answered by your experiences. The building blocks of learning start with a question, so there is no coincidence that every circumstance has taught us everything we need to prepa
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Think of all of the questions that your experiences have answered for you. Every How? When? Where? Who? And What? has been answered by your experiences. The building blocks of learning start with a question, so there is no coincidence that every circumstance has taught us everything we need to prepare us for this moment. Our experiences are teaching us valuable lessons that lay the foundation for the circumstance we are presented with right now.As children we were encouraged to ask questions, but as adults most of us are apprehensive about asking questions because we feel that we are expected to know it all.The universe is our University. The people we meet are our teachers. The circumstances are the classroom and what we learn becomes the dissertation that outlines all of the research we have done over the years. It’s like our energy in this moment is the thesis of our life’s experiences…every experience is experimental research preparing us for the next circumstance.Depending on how we choose to look at our life and the circumstances presented to us, every experimental experience will seem like an opportunity or an obstacle. We chose to perceive every experience as a gateway opening doors to the infinite or as a hurdle slowing down our progress. The questions that come up are not meant to stunt our growth. The questions are actually giving us access to answers because once we think we know it all, that’s when we are stuck.As long as we embrace the experimental experiences of life and remain in a perpetual state of learning, evolving, and improving, we are flexible enough not to beak when life throws a challenge our way. The best way to experiment is to explore the world by joining a Spoken Word Yoga retreat in spiritually significant surroundings like Machu Picchu with like-minded people exploring their experimental experiences. Visit https://spokenwordyoga.com/ for more information on Spoken Word Yoga’s upcoming Retreat in Peru!