Questions are good. The right questions are even better.
One of my struggles in writing “Shift” has been how to communicate my experiences and what I know without sounding authoritarian. This is not about following rules. This is about personal freedom.
Over many years, I’ve learned techniques that work. One of those techniques is questions. Another is telling stories. A third is paradox or unusual juxtapositions of words.
The latter jolts people out of their conditioned linear thinking. Linear thinking simply cannot communicate wholistic understanding, connection, and clarity.