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The final general rule is to avoid the word ‘Why’ in your magic question sentence structure. There are exceptions to this, but ‘Why’ sentences are fraught with the tendency to turn negative, not positive.
Remember, you can think of the outcome as a puzzle which needs to be solved; the puzzle of how to be more fit, happier, richer, or get a new car. A puzzle has lots of answers and puzzles rarely have an A or B answer.
Discover the 1 minute technique of asking the correct magic question one minute a day to direct your unconscious mind into solving unsolvable problems, attract more abundance, and overcome negative thinking using this simple daily technique.(more…)
So, in the beginning of this fun and playful mental conditioning ritual, you will want to use the basic CORE sentence structure as follows:
QUESTION WORD + PUZZLE
In English grammar, the common question words are as follows:
The Happiness Radar
(This article is taken from chapter 8 of the book The Magic Question-
How to Get What You Want in Half the Time by Bart Baggett.)
Here is the perfect metaphor for the phenomenon of how your brain find answers when you ask the right questions… The Happiness Radar.
Imagine your brain as a control tower on a battleship in the middle of the ocean. Instead of one radar system, you have dozens. You have the happiness radar, the misery radar, the problem radar, the failure radar, the beauty radar, the peace radar, the self-critical radar, the ‘I hate the president radar’, the ‘the world is going to end radar’, etc.