– Creative Questions Starter Kit Training –

How to Re-Program Your Mind
to Become a Vibrational Match
with What You Really Want
in an easy, fast and permanent way!

– Creative Questions Starter Kit Training –

How to Re-Program Your Mind
to Become a Vibrational Match
with What You Really Want
in an easy, fast and permanent way!

– Creative Questions
Starter Kit Training –

How to Re-Program
Your Mind to Become
a Vibrational Match with
What You Really Want
in an easy, fast and
permanent way!

The Creative Questions System is the “New Thinking”,
and the cutting-edge of metaphysical science,
that I have not seen anywhere else.

The Creative Questions System is the “New Thinking”,
and the cutting-edge of metaphysical science,
that I have not seen anywhere else.

The Creative Questions System
is the “New Thinking” 
and
the cutting-edge of metaphysical science,

that I have not seen anywhere else.

What you can get out of Your Creative Questions Starter Kit Training:

  • First, you will learn where the Creative Questions System come from, what it is and why it is so powerful.
  • You will learn how QUESTIONS RUN YOUR LIFE and why ASKING CREATIVE QUESTIONS is the KEY TO CHANGE, while making statements is the source of struggle and stagnation.
  • You will discover the various ways you tend to ask questions and the effects those questions have on your life.
  • You will know how to let go of limiting thinking questions.
  • Then, you will get trained on how to build a Creative Question.
  • Finally, you’ll get some tips and short cuts of how to use Creative Questions most effectively. This will save you a lot of time and effort and give you a boost to manifest your desired results.

What you can get out of Your Creative Questions Starter Kit Training:

  • First, you will learn where the Creative Questions System come from, what it is and why it is so powerful.
  • You will learn how QUESTIONS RUN YOUR LIFE and why ASKING CREATIVE QUESTIONS is the KEY TO CHANGE, while making statements is the source of struggle and stagnation.
  • You will discover the various ways you tend to ask questions and the effects those questions have on your life.
  • You will know how to let go of limiting thinking questions.
  • Then, you will get trained on how to build a Creative Question.
  • Finally, you’ll get some tips and short cuts of how to use Creative Questions most effectively. This will save you a lot of time and effort and give you a boost to manifest your desired results.

What you can get out of Your
Creative Questions
Starter Kit Training:

  • First, you will learn where the Creative Questions System come from, what it is and why it is so powerful.
  • You will learn how QUESTIONS RUN YOUR LIFE and why ASKING CREATIVE QUESTIONS is the KEY TO CHANGE, while making statements is the source of struggle and stagnation.
  • You will discover the various ways you tend to ask questions and the effects those questions have on your life.
  • You will know how to let go of limiting thinking questions.
  • Then, you will get trained on how to build a Creative Question.
  • Finally, you’ll get some tips and short cuts of how to use Creative Questions most effectively. This will save you a lot of time and effort and give you a boost to manifest your desired results.

Who am  I?
The best way I can inspire you  to use the Creative Questions System, for your own transformation is to tell you a little bit about my background and how I discovered the Creative Questions Approach.

I am Arne Rantzen, originally from Sweden. I started my life-long Healing Journey in 1975 with devoting 5 years as a Tibetan Buddhist monk. My appreciation for the Tibetan way of life is my foundation and the underlying theme of all  my creations.

My interest in the Western Approach to Personal Transformation started in 1982, with learning the hands-on healing techniques: Reflexology, Craniosacral Therapy, Rolfing, Aston Patterning, Reiki and Body Harmony, from its founder Dr. Don McFarland, succeeding as an international Body Harmony teacher.

I have also had an interest in the Metaphysical approach and trained in – A Course In Miracle, the Rebirthing breathing technique, the International Seminar Leadership Program (ISLP) directed by Bob Mandel, and the Loving Relationships Training (LRT), under the supervision of Sondra Ray, culminating as a Rebirth Trainer and LRT trainer.

In 1995, I felt ready to combine my experience of the Tibetan Approach with my experience of Western healing techniques, by designing two healing modalities – Unlimited Body and Unlimited Breath, aka Natural Breathing.

In 2000, I conceived the Creative Questions system. I believe that being the founder of the Creative Questions system and co-creator of the popular Creative Question Cards and APP with Doctor Monica is my greatest contribution to the human family.

Now, after well over 30 years, as a Personal Transformation Coach and International Trainer, I have coached thousands of people, internationally and I am especially excited about the changes that I have seen through the use of Creative Questions.

Here is how I discovered the Creative Questions System
After working with uprooting negative thoughts and destructive behaviors and replacing them with positive thoughts – Affirmations – for 18 years, I noticed that, as long as we kept focusing on thinking positively, change remained present, but when we stopped reciting our daily Affirmations, we fell back to our previous conditions. Do you recognize this too?

Wanting to get permanent results led me to want a way to Improve the Affirmation process.

Then, in 2000, I GOT IT. It was one of those days when I was again feeling like a failure. I was reciting my Affirmation, “I am now successful.” This time I noticed my mind wander and think “How can I be successful?” I felt unusually perked up and my mind filled up with reasons for “Why I can be successful”.

Being curious of  why my feeling had changed so quickly, I realized that I had switched from struggling with forcing myself to think good thoughts, to naturally and effortlessly be engaged in a new positive thinking pattern.

I understood that I had changed from battling “failure thoughts” to asking A GOOD QUESTION.

How I developed the Creative Question System
Since then, we have been exploring, refining and testing the facts of the questioning thinking process.

Now, we have been able to define the Specific Type of Questioning that Activates Your Success Consciousness.

Realizing the Power of Creative Questions, we set out to confirm, how people like you, can use High Frequency Creative Questions to create what you really want.

You too, will be thrilled when you realize that Mastering Good Questioning Habits, puts you in control of what thoughts you think, and their results.

“One of the Lessons I have learned is that the quality of the answer you get in life is truly determined by the quality of the questions you ask.”

Paul Martinelli, Speaker, President of Life Success Consulting and partner with Bob Proctor.

On the cutting edge of Personal Transformation
There are so many teachings supporting us to choose Good Thinking. They all say that the more we can FEEL our thoughts, the faster they manifest.

Great! When you use the Creative Questions system, you automatically FEEL your High Frequency Thoughts.

Creative Questions gives you the easiest, quickest and most direct way to FEEL your thought. With  the following example, you can get it for yourself. Do you notice a difference in how affected you FEEL when you say “I am rich.”, compared to when you ask “How do I feel when I feel rich?”

You can use this Creative Question to activate Luck!

Please, don’t just read it.
To get an experience, you actually have to consider the question.

“What is so Good About That?” … hmmm… let’s see…
Contemplate it. Savor it. Ask yourself again and again.

The sensation that you get is the creativity of the universe responding to your question.

There Is a Continuous Thinking Force

If you investigate, you’ll find that your mind wants to be busy and is always looking for something to think about, whether you like it or not. It has its own energy and momentum. It doesn’t require any effort from you to be thinking. It is almost impossible to turn off your thinking.  

You will also find that your mind is mostly busy with solving problems and that this problem-solving is really just finding answers and proofs to validate your questions.

The 2 most common types of questions that we ask ourselves are wondering ”How can I fix this?” and “How can I improve this?” These questions are what keeps us busy fixing and improving our lives.

When you look closer you find that this “fixing” or “problem solving” mechanism is a search of  questions looking for answers. Asking my supportive Creative Question “How can I be successful?” came from my urge to solve my problem of thinking I was a failure.

Creative Questions are Specific Questions
that are chosen to bring about a Specific Pre-determined Result.

When you change from asking unfavorable questions to asking supportive Creative Questions, you will re-program your mind, because your mind cannot answer two opposing questions at the same time.

The Creative Questions System finds and uses FAVORABLE QUESTIONS, that guides your mind to look for SPECIFIC ANSWERS, that will create the results that you want.

Once your mind has an answer, it sticks to it, and thinks the same thoughts over and over – unless you introduce a new question on the subject.

The good news is that with Creative Questions, you cannot only consciously change your thinking patterns, you can also relax your mind enough to reach the “open space” where you can tap into the new and fresh creativity of the moment and find new answers, not previously considered.

Creative Questions Boost Your Power to Create

With Creative Questions you take “your continuous thinking force” and send it in the direction that you want your mind to be busy.

Through Creative Questioning, you ACTIVELY enter the flow and process of creation. Just the way a search engine works on the internet, you type in a request, sit back, and wait for a moment, and then observe how many answers appear, without any effort on your part.

Through asking Creative Questions, you activate your mind to work for you. When you think about the questions that you want to be thinking about, you find the answers that you want to get.

For example, the favorable Creative Question “Why am I a success?” inspires your mind to find evidence like, “I am a wonderful person.” and “I am brilliant.”

Your Questions affect your daily life
Imagine that you are going to an Important appointment. You notice that you are running late and didn’t have time to prepare enough. Then, your mind wants to help and you start to wonder: “Why is my life such a struggle?”

What do you think happens when you ask a dis-empowering question like that? Oh yeah, your mind gives you answers like: “Because I am a loser.”,  Because I can’t make it.”, Because I am unlucky.”

If you want to have a different experience, then you need to ask yourself a Supportive Creative Question.

What if you asked instead: “Why is my life so easy?”

Let’s see what kind of answers this Empowering Creative Question gives you: “Because I trust life.”, “Because I am confident.”, “Because I am a winner.”, “Because I am relaxed.”

Can you see that your experience getting to your appointment will be different if you ask: “Why is my life a struggle?” compared to “Why is my life so easy?” Can you feel the difference?

What is a Creative Question?

A Creative Question is a question that has the answers you want,
already built in to the question.

For example: Let’s say it is a rainy day. If you ask somebody “Why is the weather so bad?” then they will answer, “It is because it is raining.”

If you asked instead “Why is the weather so good?” then they will answer “It is because the rain is so refreshing.

A Creative Question can only be answered in one pre-defined way. Unlike, for example, an open-ended question, “What is the weather like?” the answer can go either way.

Here is a more personal example. Let’s say that you don’t have as much money as you want. If I asked you “Why are you broke?” you will have to answer, “Because I am a bad money manager.” This answer will make you lose faith and not help solve your problem. If I instead asked you “Why do you have money?” you will answer “It must be because I have managed some of my money well. ”This answer will give you hope and inspiration to improve your money managing skills. An open-ended question would be “How is your money situation?”

Every situation can be viewed in different ways (disappointing or inspirational), all depending on how you approach it = how you question it.

How do you construct a Creative Question?
When you realize that you want something, you look for a positive statement, that will get rid of your problem or create your wish.

This statement is your Affirmation. Now, turn that statement into a Creative Question.

For example, if you want more money, you chose the Affirmation “I have extra money.” Then, make that into a Creative Question, like, “Why can I have extra money?”

 

When should you use Creative Questions?
When you learn the Creative Question language, you will use it pretty much all the time.

  • When you have an issue that you want to resolve you can use a Creative Question. This will replace the unfavorable question that has been causing the issue, and instead create the evidence that you do want to find.
  • When you have a new goal, it is a good time to use a Creative Question. This will erase any old conflicting questions, as well as speed up your process to reach your new goal.

How Do You Chose Your Creative Question?
When you want to change  something in your life, identify the question that is creating result. For example, let’s say that you feel unhappy, this means that you are wondering, “Why am I  unhappy?” or “Why can’t I be happy?”. Then, choose a new question that facilitates the opposite result, such as, “Why am I happy?” or “Why can I be happy?”. Choose the question that really hits home for you, and focus on that one.

I offer you this technique to use with minor issues and goals. I recommend that you get support  from a Creative Questions coach when it comes to more important issues. The reason for this that constructing a Creative Question can be quite intricate. I have seen well-intended questions, that wasn’t properly constructed, that actually turned out to have negative effects.

For example, the question ”How can I clean up my past?” seems alright , but looking closer you notice that it actually makes you have to find things to clean up, which finds more and more things to clean up. The correct Creative Question should be “How am I free from my past?”

We have spent a lot of time fine-tuning the Creative Questions system. If you decide to make up a Creative Question yourself, I suggest you check with us to see if this really is a Creative Question, before you put too much emphasis on it.

How to avoid Common pitfalls

  • Releasing addictions to old limiting questions
    When you have stubborn negative beliefs and resistance to a new concept, it can be difficult to accept a new Creative Question.

When you are faced with a new  question, your first tendency will be to avoid answering it. You will say such things as “That is not true.” or “I have proof of the opposite.” In this case, you need to discipline yourself to focus on asking your new “Supportive Creative Question” for a little while. This will re-train your mind to a new questioning habit.

For example, if you are asking the Creative Question “Why am I healthy?”, you may answer, “But, that is not true.” and “I am sick.” This kind of response is not the answer to your new High-Frequency Question, but an addiction to the old destructive question. If you persevere in asking and contemplating your new Creative Question, your responses will gradually change to “Well, maybe.” and then “Yes, I have a healthy mind?”…

If you cannot believe your new Creative Question, because the evidence from old opposing question is too strong, you can soften your new Creative Question to be about the future. Using the words WOULD and COULD will open up the possibility to imagine what you want to create, which prepares your thinking to accept your new reality.

For example, let’s say you want to become a millionaire and you begin asking “Why do I have a million dollars?” If you can’t imagine having that kind of money, you can modify your question to be “Why WOULD I have a million dollars?” or “Why COULD I have a million dollars?” until, little by little you can consider your new Creative Question, because your old negative question is losing its power.

 

  • Statements vs. Questions
    Statements, such as Affirmations, are facts that won’t open the door to your creativity. Statements are dead facts, because they have already stated  its truth and so they are not open to new possibilities. Your creativity stops right there. On the other hand, when you ask a Creative Question, you tap in to the  flow of creativity – finding answers and creating more of what you are asking for. For example, what feels more empowering to you, “I am happy.” or “Why am I happy?”

     

  • The importance of focusing on the question – not the answer
    When you ask a question you get answers.
    The tendency is to hold on to a particular answer and make that your reality, instead of asking the Creative Question again.

The problem with this is that holding on to answers stops the continuity of the creative process and change.

It is important to keep the Creative Questioning process going, so you can get further stimulation towards your goal. The best way to make sure you are continuing your Creative Questions process is to insert, the magic word “Why ELSE…?” in to your question. For example, if you want to be a good communicator your Creative Question is “Why am I a good communicator?” Then, when your answers and responses start to repeat themselves, insert “WHY ELSE…?” like, “Why Else am I a good communicator?”

There are also other advanced techniques to overcome objections to your new Creative Question. These are explained in the Creative Questions Manual.

Click Here to get your own Creative Questions App

Click Here for the Creative Questions Store

Who am  I?
The best way I can inspire you  to use the Creative Questions System, for your own transformation is to tell you a little bit about my background and how I discovered the Creative Questions Approach.

I am Arne Rantzen, originally from Sweden. I started my life-long Healing Journey in 1975 with devoting 5 years as a Tibetan Buddhist monk. My appreciation for the Tibetan way of life is my foundation and the underlying theme of all  my creations.

My interest in the Western Approach to Personal Transformation started in 1982, with learning the hands-on healing techniques: Reflexology, Craniosacral Therapy, Rolfing, Aston Patterning, Reiki and Body Harmony, from its founder Dr. Don McFarland, succeeding as an international Body Harmony teacher.

I have also had an interest in the Metaphysical approach and trained in – A Course In Miracle, the Rebirthing breathing technique, the International Seminar Leadership Program (ISLP) directed by Bob Mandel, and the Loving Relationships Training (LRT), under the supervision of Sondra Ray, culminating as a Rebirth Trainer and LRT trainer.

In 1995, I felt ready to combine my experience of the Tibetan Approach with my experience of Western healing techniques, by designing two healing modalities – Unlimited Body and Unlimited Breath, aka Natural Breathing.

In 2000, I conceived the Creative Questions system. I believe that being the founder of the Creative Questions system and co-creator of the popular Creative Question Cards and APP with Doctor Monica is my greatest contribution to the human family.

Now, after well over 30 years, as a Personal Transformation Coach and International Trainer, I have coached thousands of people, internationally and I am especially excited about the changes that I have seen through the use of Creative Questions.

Here is how I discovered the Creative Questions System
After working with uprooting negative thoughts and destructive behaviors and replacing them with positive thoughts – Affirmations – for 18 years, I noticed that, as long as we kept focusing on thinking positively, change remained present, but when we stopped reciting our daily Affirmations, we fell back to our previous conditions. Do you recognize this too?

Wanting to get permanent results led me to want a way to Improve the Affirmation process.

Then, in 2000, I GOT IT. It was one of those days when I was again feeling like a failure. I was reciting my Affirmation, “I am now successful.” This time I noticed my mind wander and think “How can I be successful?” I felt unusually perked up and my mind filled up with reasons for “Why I can be successful”.

Being curious of  why my feeling had changed so quickly, I realized that I had switched from struggling with forcing myself to think good thoughts, to naturally and effortlessly be engaged in a new positive thinking pattern.

I understood that I had changed from battling “failure thoughts” to asking A GOOD QUESTION.

How I developed the Creative Question System
Since then, we have been exploring, refining and testing the facts of the questioning thinking process.

Now, we have been able to define the Specific Type of Questioning that Activates Your Success Consciousness.

Realizing the Power of Creative Questions, we set out to confirm, how people like you, can use High Frequency Creative Questions to create what you really want.

You too, will be thrilled when you realize that Mastering Good Questioning Habits, puts you in control of what thoughts you think, and their results.

“One of the Lessons I have learned is that the quality of the answer you get in life is truly determined by the quality of the questions you ask.”

Paul Martinelli, Speaker, President of Life Success Consulting and partner with Bob Proctor.

On the cutting edge of Personal Transformation
There are so many teachings supporting us to choose Good Thinking. They all say that the more we can FEEL our thoughts, the faster they manifest.

Great! When you use the Creative Questions system, you automatically FEEL your High Frequency Thoughts.

Creative Questions gives you the easiest, quickest and most direct way to FEEL your thought. With  the following example, you can get it for yourself. Do you notice a difference in how affected you FEEL when you say “I am rich.”, compared to when you ask “How do I feel when I feel rich?”

You can use this Creative Question to activate Luck!

Please, don’t just read it.
To get an experience, you actually have to consider the question.

“What is so Good About That?” … hmmm… let’s see…
Contemplate it. Savor it. Ask yourself again and again.

The sensation that you get is the creativity of the universe responding to your question.

There Is a Continuous Thinking Force

If you investigate, you’ll find that your mind wants to be busy and is always looking for something to think about, whether you like it or not. It has its own energy and momentum. It doesn’t require any effort from you to be thinking. It is almost impossible to turn off your thinking.  

You will also find that your mind is mostly busy with solving problems and that this problem-solving is really just finding answers and proofs to validate your questions.

The 2 most common types of questions that we ask ourselves are wondering ”How can I fix this?” and “How can I improve this?” These questions are what keeps us busy fixing and improving our lives.

When you look closer you find that this “fixing” or “problem solving” mechanism is a search of  questions looking for answers. Asking my supportive Creative Question “How can I be successful?” came from my urge to solve my problem of thinking I was a failure.

Creative Questions are Specific Questions
that are chosen to bring about a Specific Pre-determined Result.

When you change from asking unfavorable questions to asking supportive Creative Questions, you will re-program your mind, because your mind cannot answer two opposing questions at the same time.

The Creative Questions System finds and uses FAVORABLE QUESTIONS, that guides your mind to look for SPECIFIC ANSWERS, that will create the results that you want.

Once your mind has an answer, it sticks to it, and thinks the same thoughts over and over – unless you introduce a new question on the subject.

The good news is that with Creative Questions, you cannot only consciously change your thinking patterns, you can also relax your mind enough to reach the “open space” where you can tap into the new and fresh creativity of the moment and find new answers, not previously considered.

Creative Questions Boost Your Power to Create

With Creative Questions you take “your continuous thinking force” and send it in the direction that you want your mind to be busy.

Through Creative Questioning, you ACTIVELY enter the flow and process of creation. Just the way a search engine works on the internet, you type in a request, sit back, and wait for a moment, and then observe how many answers appear, without any effort on your part.

Through asking Creative Questions, you activate your mind to work for you. When you think about the questions that you want to be thinking about, you find the answers that you want to get.

For example, the favorable Creative Question “Why am I a success?” inspires your mind to find evidence like, “I am a wonderful person.” and “I am brilliant.”

Your Questions affect your daily life
Imagine that you are going to an Important appointment. You notice that you are running late and didn’t have time to prepare enough. Then, your mind wants to help and you start to wonder: “Why is my life such a struggle?”

What do you think happens when you ask a dis-empowering question like that? Oh yeah, your mind gives you answers like: “Because I am a loser.”,  Because I can’t make it.”, Because I am unlucky.”

If you want to have a different experience, then you need to ask yourself a Supportive Creative Question.

What if you asked instead: “Why is my life so easy?”

Let’s see what kind of answers this Empowering Creative Question gives you: “Because I trust life.”, “Because I am confident.”, “Because I am a winner.”, “Because I am relaxed.”

Can you see that your experience getting to your appointment will be different if you ask: “Why is my life a struggle?” compared to “Why is my life so easy?” Can you feel the difference?

What is a Creative Question?

A Creative Question is a question that has the answers you want,
already built in to the question.

For example: Let’s say it is a rainy day. If you ask somebody “Why is the weather so bad?” then they will answer, “It is because it is raining.”

If you asked instead “Why is the weather so good?” then they will answer “It is because the rain is so refreshing.

A Creative Question can only be answered in one pre-defined way.
Unlike, for example, an open-ended question, “What is the weather like?” the answer can go either way.

Here is a more personal example. Let’s say that you don’t have as much money as you want. If I asked you “Why are you broke?” you will have to answer, “Because I am a bad money manager.” This answer will make you lose faith and not help solve your problem. If I instead asked you “Why do you have money?” you will answer “It must be because I have managed some of my money well. ”This answer will give you hope and inspiration to improve your money managing skills. An open-ended question would be “How is your money situation?”

Every situation can be viewed in different ways (disappointing or inspirational), all depending on how you approach it = how you question it.

How do you construct a Creative Question?
When you realize that you want something, you look for a positive statement, that will get rid of your problem or create your wish.

This statement is your Affirmation. Now, turn that statement into a Creative Question.

For example, if you want more money, you chose the Affirmation “I have extra money.” Then, make that into a Creative Question, like, “Why can I have extra money?”

 

When should you use Creative Questions?

  • When you learn the Creative Question language, you will use it pretty much all the time.
  • When you have an issue that you want to resolve you can use a Creative Question. This will replace the unfavorable question that has been causing the issue, and instead create the evidence that you do want to find.
  • When you have a new goal, it is a good time to use a Creative Question. This will erase any old conflicting questions, as well as speed up your process to reach your new goal.

How Do You Chose Your Creative Question?
When you want to change  something in your life, identify the question that is creating result. For example, let’s say that you feel unhappy, this means that you are wondering, “Why am I  unhappy?” or “Why can’t I be happy?”. Then, choose a new question that facilitates the opposite result, such as, “Why am I happy?” or “Why can I be happy?”. Choose the question that really hits home for you, and focus on that one.

I offer you this technique to use with minor issues and goals. I recommend that you get support  from a Creative Questions coach when it comes to more important issues. The reason for this that constructing a Creative Question can be quite intricate. I have seen well-intended questions, that wasn’t properly constructed, that actually turned out to have negative effects.

For example, the question ”How can I clean up my past?” seems alright , but looking closer you notice that it actually makes you have to find things to clean up, which finds more and more things to clean up. The correct Creative Question should be “How am I free from my past?”

We have spent a lot of time fine-tuning the Creative Questions system. If you decide to make up a Creative Question yourself, I suggest you check with us to see if this really is a Creative Question, before you put too much emphasis on it.

How to avoid Common pitfalls

  • Releasing addictions to old limiting questions
    When you have stubborn negative beliefs and resistance to a new concept, it can be difficult to accept a new Creative Question.

When you are faced with a new  question, your first tendency will be to avoid answering it. You will say such things as “That is not true.” or “I have proof of the opposite.” In this case, you need to discipline yourself to focus on asking your new “Supportive Creative Question” for a little while. This will re-train your mind to a new questioning habit.

For example, if you are asking the Creative Question “Why am I healthy?”, you may answer, “But, that is not true.” and “I am sick.” This kind of response is not the answer to your new High-Frequency Question, but an addiction to the old destructive question. If you persevere in asking and contemplating your new Creative Question, your responses will gradually change to “Well, maybe.” and then “Yes, I have a healthy mind?”…

If you cannot believe your new Creative Question, because the evidence from old opposing question is too strong, you can soften your new Creative Question to be about the future. Using the words WOULD and COULD will open up the possibility to imagine what you want to create, which prepares your thinking to accept your new reality.

For example, let’s say you want to become a millionaire and you begin asking “Why do I have a million dollars?” If you can’t imagine having that kind of money, you can modify your question to be “Why WOULD I have a million dollars?” or “Why COULD I have a million dollars?” until, little by little you can consider your new Creative Question, because your old negative question is losing its power.

 

  • Statements vs. Questions
    Statements, such as Affirmations, are facts that won’t open the door to your creativity. Statements are dead facts, because they have already stated  its truth and so they are not open to new possibilities. Your creativity stops right there. On the other hand, when you ask a Creative Question, you tap in to the  flow of creativity – finding answers and creating more of what you are asking for. For example, what feels more empowering to you, “I am happy.” or “Why am I happy?”

 

  • The importance of focusing on the question – not the answer
    When you ask a question you get answers.
    The tendency is to hold on to a particular answer and make that your reality, instead of asking the Creative Question again.

The problem with this is that holding on to answers stops the continuity of the creative process and change.

It is important to keep the Creative Questioning process going, so you can get further stimulation towards your goal. The best way to make sure you are continuing your Creative Questions process is to insert, the magic word “Why ELSE…?” in to your question. For example, if you want to be a good communicator your Creative Question is “Why am I a good communicator?” Then, when your answers and responses start to repeat themselves, insert “WHY ELSE…?” like, “Why Else am I a good communicator?”

There are also other advanced techniques to overcome objections to your new Creative Question. These are explained in the Creative Questions Manual.

Click Here to get your own Creative Questions App

Click Here for the Creative Questions Store

 

Who am  I?
The best way I can inspire you  to use the Creative Questions System, for your own transformation is to tell you a little bit about my background and how I discovered the Creative Questions Approach.

I am Arne Rantzen, originally from Sweden. I started my life-long Healing Journey in 1975 with devoting 5 years as a Tibetan Buddhist monk. My appreciation for the Tibetan way of life is my foundation and the underlying theme of all  my creations.

My interest in the Western Approach to Personal Transformation started in 1982, with learning the hands-on healing techniques: Reflexology, Craniosacral Therapy, Rolfing, Aston Patterning, Reiki and Body Harmony, from its founder Dr. Don McFarland, succeeding as an international Body Harmony teacher.

I have also had an interest in the Metaphysical approach and trained in – A Course In Miracle, the Rebirthing breathing technique, the International Seminar Leadership Program (ISLP) directed by Bob Mandel, and the Loving Relationships Training (LRT), under the supervision of Sondra Ray, culminating as a Rebirth Trainer and LRT trainer.

In 1995, I felt ready to combine my experience of the Tibetan Approach with my experience of Western healing techniques, by designing two healing modalities – Unlimited Body and Unlimited Breath, aka Natural Breathing.

In 2000, I conceived the Creative Questions system. I believe that being the founder of the Creative Questions system and co-creator of the popular Creative Question Cards and APP with Doctor Monica is my greatest contribution to the human family.

Now, after well over 30 years, as a Personal Transformation Coach and International Trainer, I have coached thousands of people, internationally and I am especially excited about the changes that I have seen through the use of Creative Questions.

Here is how I discovered
the Creative Questions System
After working with uprooting negative thoughts and destructive behaviors and replacing them with positive thoughts – Affirmations – for 18 years, I noticed that, as long as we kept focusing on thinking positively, change remained present, but when we stopped reciting our daily Affirmations, we fell back to our previous conditions. Do you recognize this too?

Wanting to get permanent results led me to want a way to Improve the Affirmation process.

Then, in 2000, I GOT IT. It was one of those days when I was again feeling like a failure. I was reciting my Affirmation, “I am now successful.” This time I noticed my mind wander and think “How can I be successful?” I felt unusually perked up and my mind filled up with reasons for “Why I can be successful”.

Being curious of  why my feeling had changed so quickly, I realized that I had switched from struggling with forcing myself to think good thoughts, to naturally and effortlessly be engaged in a new positive thinking pattern.

I understood that I had changed from battling “failure thoughts” to asking A GOOD QUESTION.

How I developed
the Creative Question System

Since then, we have been exploring, refining and testing the facts of the questioning thinking process.

Now, we have been able to define the Specific Type of Questioning that Activates Your Success Consciousness.

Realizing the Power of
Creative Questions,
we set out to confirm, how people like you, can use High Frequency Creative Questions to create what you really want.

You too, will be thrilled when you realize that Mastering Good Questioning Habits, puts you in control of what thoughts you think, and their results.

“One of the Lessons I have learned is that the quality of the answer you get in life is truly determined by the quality of the questions you ask.”

Paul Martinelli, Speaker, President of Life Success Consulting and partner with Bob Proctor.

On the cutting edge of
Personal Transformation

There are so many teachings supporting us to choose Good Thinking. They all say that the more we can FEEL our thoughts, the faster they manifest.

Great! When you use the Creative Questions system, you automatically FEEL your High Frequency Thoughts.

Creative Questions gives you the easiest, quickest and most direct way to FEEL your thought. With  the following example, you can get it for yourself. Do you notice a difference in how affected you FEEL when you say “I am rich.”, compared to when you ask “How do I feel when I feel rich?”

You can use this Creative Question to activate Luck!

Please, don’t just read it.
To get an experience, you actually
have to consider the question.

“What is so Good About That?” … hmmm… let’s see…
Contemplate it. Savor it.
Ask yourself again and again.

The sensation that you get
is the creativity of the universe
responding
to your question.

There Is a Continuous
Thinking Force

If you investigate, you’ll find that your mind wants to be busy and is always looking for something to think about, whether you like it or not. It has its own energy and momentum. It doesn’t require any effort from you to be thinking. It is almost impossible to turn off your thinking.  

You will also find that your mind is mostly busy with solving problems and that this problem-solving is really just finding answers and proofs to validate your questions.

The 2 most common types of questions that we ask ourselves are wondering ”How can I fix this?” and “How can I improve this?” These questions are what keeps us busy fixing and improving our lives.

When you look closer you find that this “fixing” or “problem solving” mechanism is a search of  questions looking for answers. Asking my supportive Creative Question “How can I be successful?” came from my urge to solve my problem of thinking I was a failure.

Creative Questions are
Specific Questions that are
chosen to bring about a
Specific Pre-determined Result.

When you change from asking unfavorable questions to asking supportive Creative Questions, you will re-program your mind, because your mind cannot answer two opposing questions at the same time.

The Creative Questions System finds and uses FAVORABLE QUESTIONS, that guides your mind to look for SPECIFIC ANSWERS, that will create the results that you want.

Once your mind has an answer, it sticks to it, and thinks the same thoughts over and over – unless you introduce a new question on the subject.

The good news is that with Creative Questions, you cannot only consciously change your thinking patterns, you can also relax your mind enough to reach the “open space” where you can tap into the new and fresh creativity of the moment and find new answers, not previously considered.

Creative Questions Boost
Your Power to Create

With Creative Questions you take “your continuous thinking force” and send it in the direction that you want your mind to be busy.

Through Creative Questioning, you ACTIVELY enter the flow and process of creation. Just the way a search engine works on the internet, you type in a request, sit back, and wait for a moment, and then observe how many answers appear, without any effort on your part.

Through asking Creative Questions, you activate your mind to work for you. When you think about the questions that you want to be thinking about, you find the answers that you want to get.

For example, the favorable Creative Question “Why am I a success?” inspires your mind to find evidence like, “I am a wonderful person.” and “I am brilliant.”

Your Questions affect your daily life
Imagine that you are going to an Important appointment. You notice that you are running late and didn’t have time to prepare enough. Then, your mind wants to help and you start to wonder: “Why is my life such a struggle?”

What do you think happens when you ask a dis-empowering question like that? Oh yeah, your mind gives you answers like: “Because I am a loser.”, Because I can’t make it.”, Because I am unlucky.”

If you want to have a different experience, then you need to ask yourself a Supportive Creative Question.

What if you asked instead: “Why is my life so easy?”

Let’s see what kind of answers this Empowering Creative Question gives you: “Because I trust life.”, “Because I am confident.”, “Because I am a winner.”, “Because I am relaxed.”

Can you see that your experience getting to your appointment will be different if you ask: “Why is my life a struggle?” compared to “Why is my life so easy?” Can you feel the difference?

What is
a Creative Question?

A Creative Question is a question
that has the answers you want,
already built in to the question.

For example: Let’s say it is a rainy day. If you ask somebody “Why is the weather so bad?” then they will answer, “It is because it is raining.”

If you asked instead “Why is the weather so good?” then they will answer “It is because the rain is so refreshing.

A Creative Question can only be answered in one pre-defined way. Unlike, for example, an open-ended question, “What is the weather like?” the answer can go either way.

Here is a more personal example. Let’s say that you don’t have as much money as you want. If I asked you “Why are you broke?” you will have to answer, “Because I am a bad money manager.” This answer will make you lose faith and not help solve your problem. If I instead asked you “Why do you have money?” you will answer “It must be because I have managed some of my money well. ”This answer will give you hope and inspiration to improve your money managing skills. An open-ended question would be “How is your money situation?”

Every situation can be viewed in different ways (disappointing or inspirational), all depending on how you approach it = how you question it.

How to construct a
Creative Question?
When you realize that you want something, you look for a positive statement, that will get rid of your problem or create your wish.

This statement is your Affirmation. Now, turn that statement into a Creative Question.

For example, if you want more money, you chose the Affirmation “I have extra money.” Then, make that into a Creative Question, like, “Why can I have extra money?”

 

When should you use
Creative Questions?

  • When you learn the Creative Question language, you will use it pretty much all the time.
  • When you have an issue that you want to resolve you can use a Creative Question. This will replace the unfavorable question that has been causing the issue, and instead create the evidence that you do want to find.
  • When you have a new goal, it is a good time to use a Creative Question. This will erase any old conflicting questions, as well as speed up your process to reach your new goal.

     

How Do You Chose
Your Creative Question?
When you want to change  something in your life, identify the question that is creating result. For example, let’s say that you feel unhappy, this means that you are wondering, “Why am I  unhappy?” or “Why can’t I be happy?”. Then, choose a new question that facilitates the opposite result, such as, “Why am I happy?” or “Why can I be happy?”. Choose the question that really hits home for you, and focus on that one.

I offer you this technique to use with minor issues and goals. I recommend that you get support  from a Creative Questions coach when it comes to more important issues. The reason for this that constructing a Creative Question can be quite intricate. I have seen well-intended questions, that wasn’t properly constructed, that actually turned out to have negative effects.

For example, the question ”How can I clean up my past?” seems alright , but looking closer you notice that it actually makes you have to find things to clean up, which finds more and more things to clean up. The correct Creative Question should be “How am I free from my past?”

We have spent a lot of time fine-tuning the Creative Questions system. If you decide to make up a Creative Question yourself, I suggest you check with us to see if this really is a Creative Question, before you put too much emphasis on it.

How to avoid
Common pitfalls

  • Releasing addictions
    to old limiting questions
    When you have stubborn negative beliefs and resistance to a new concept, it can be difficult to accept a new Creative Question.

When you are faced with a new  question, your first tendency will be to avoid answering it. You will say such things as “That is not true.” or “I have proof of the opposite.” In this case, you need to discipline yourself to focus on asking your new “Supportive Creative Question” for a little while. This will re-train your mind to a new questioning habit.

For example, if you are asking the Creative Question “Why am I healthy?”, you may answer, “But, that is not true.” and “I am sick.” This kind of response is not the answer to your new High-Frequency Question, but an addiction to the old destructive question. If you persevere in asking and contemplating your new Creative Question, your responses will gradually change to “Well, maybe.” and then “Yes, I have a healthy mind?”…

If you cannot believe your new Creative Question, because the evidence from old opposing question is too strong, you can soften your new Creative Question to be about the future. Using the words WOULD and COULD will open up the possibility to imagine what you want to create, which prepares your thinking to accept your new reality.

For example, let’s say you want to become a millionaire and you begin asking “Why do I have a million dollars?” If you can’t imagine having that kind of money, you can modify your question to be “Why WOULD I have a million dollars?” or “Why COULD I have a million dollars?” until, little by little you can consider your new Creative Question, because your old negative question is losing its power.

 

  • Statements vs. Questions
    Statements, such as Affirmations, are facts that won’t open the door to your creativity. Statements are dead facts, because they have already stated  its truth and so they are not open to new possibilities. Your creativity stops right there. On the other hand, when you ask a Creative Question, you tap in to the  flow of creativity – finding answers and creating more of what you are asking for. For example, what feels more empowering to you, “I am happy.” or “Why am I happy?”

 

  • The importance of focusing on
    the question – not the answer
    When you ask a question you get answers.

    The tendency is to hold on to a particular answer and make that your reality, instead of asking the Creative Question again.

The problem with this is that holding on to answers stops the continuity of the creative process and change.

It is important to keep the Creative Questioning process going, so you can get further stimulation towards your goal. The best way to make sure you are continuing your Creative Questions process is to insert, the magic word “Why ELSE…?” in to your question. For example, if you want to be a good communicator your Creative Question is “Why am I a good communicator?” Then, when your answers and responses start to repeat themselves, insert “WHY ELSE…?” like, “Why Else am I a good communicator?”

There are also other advanced techniques to overcome objections to your new Creative Question. These are explained in the Creative Questions Manual.

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