Sheer Prashna – too lazy, too bold, too bare – what?

I do sheer Prashna. 

Is it laziness?

Laziness to open a birth chart?

Am I lazy?

Hmmmm. 

I’ve never been lazy before. 

Then why can’t I couple the birth chart with Prashna?

No, not lazy. Don’t like the word. 

No no. 

Is it too bold?

What is bold?

Why should it be too bold to do sheer Prashna?

As in, not reaching out for the solid info that the birth chart is capable of providing…

… is that too bold?

It’s not too bold if I have confidence in Prashna. 

And that I do have. 

Prashna doesn’t let me down. 

It gives me enough confidence to not reach out for the birth-chart. 

Having access to birth-chart info and not reaching out for the birth-chart – how does one define that?

Bareness. 

I like bareness. 

Minimal information. 

Don’t give me a backdrop. 

I don’t want a bias.

Clean slate. 

Blank mind. 

Let the enquiry come as a Prashna. 

Prashna is very powerful. 

It hits like a bullet. 

When it’s not hitting, it tells you that it’s not hitting. 

At those times, you own up to the fact that you are not able to read. 

Have that courage. 

Why?

Because when Prashna hits, you’re doing A++ readings. 

How often does it hit?

Depends upon you. 

Six times out of ten is good. 

Seven is great. 

Eight means you are in the zone!

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