This is why the Buddha was very specific about which types of questions are worth asking and which kinds aren’t. They really shape the way you act, the way you look at the results of your actions, and the way you decide which results are acceptable and satisfactory.
He recommended that the best questions to bring to the practice revolve around the questions of skill: What are you doing right now that’s skillful? What are you doing right now that’s not?
Questions in the Practice
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