Weekly Question: How Does Failure Help Me Learn?

Weekly Question:

How Does Failure Help Me Learn?

Failure is an excellent tool for learning.

When you fail, you are making an effort to shift your life.

You are engaging.

You are leaning into the deeper road.

You haven’t given up … not yet!

This question is aimed at helping you find the gift of failure in your life.

Looking at failure and considering the various aspects will help you soften towards the fear of failure.

Instead you see failure as something to invite in and be part of your life.

No longer in resistance, failure becomes a partner in your learning process.

The wise person asks questions.

My father has said this to me since I was young child just learning to read.

When you ask a question, you are giving yourself the opportunity to learn.

Learning is life. Learn always. Open to learn.

How? Simple: ask questions!

Use questions to learn.

Ask. Tune in. Follow flow. Ponder and reflect. Learn.

The Weekly Question offers you a chance to step back and learn about yourself. 

For example, you may use the question as part of a meditation practice or while taking a mindful walk.

I also highly recommend reflection. Reflection is a method of focused thought and is a great way to work with any question. 

Here’s an article describing the Three Steps of Reflection.

By |2018-10-05T11:03:59+00:00October 8th, 2018|Spiritual365|Comments Off on Weekly Question: How Does Failure Help Me Learn?

About the Author:

Cheryl Marlene, Spiritual Guide in and beyond the Akashic Records, is the author of several award-winning books on the Akashic Records and the spiritual journey, and offers the most intensive path of learning in the Akashic Records called the Sage Path. With more than 20 years of experience with the Akashic Records, Cheryl offers a profound perspective which elegantly describes the spiritual energy dynamics of the Akashic Records as the soul's spiritual practice. Cheryl works with clients and students around the world and is highly regarded for her clarity, integrity and compassion.