The Question Journey Trish Bishop – Open to Wonderment Inside Yourself

Photo of Trish BishopThe Question Journey Trish Bishop – Open to Wonderment Inside Yourself
Trish’s book provided an inspirational video interview -

it is a powerful tool to delve into your own psyche and release creativity, frustration, hidden dreams, and goals.

I loved her book and loved interviewing her!

From Trish’s website:

The Question Journey™ is a guided self-development journal that provides powerful tools to help you identify those things that are holding you back from being who YOU REALLY ARE. Too often we feel there are important answers for us, but they are just out of reach. We never seem to feel fulfilled or, more often, we feel that something is missing. So we go in search of this missing piece or elusive answers by attending seminars and workshops and buying books and looking for the “experts” to help us find our way. We have been conditioned to look outside of ourselves, when the truth is that every answer we could ever want is already within our own hearts; and they are available to us if we simply have the courage to look.

Trish’s personal journey has brought to her awareness the importance of strong emotional and spiritual health as a key component to overall health. Diet and exercise are also important, however, if you are emotionally toxic all the diet and exercise in the world cannot lead you to a happy, content and fulfilled life. It is not until we learn to release our emotional baggage and open ourselves up to the possibilities of our own power that we can truly become players on the field of life
Find out more about Trish Bishop and The Question Journey

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Corinne Edwards March 29, 2010 at 6:00 pm

It is a lazy person’d job to read all the self help books that tell you what to do to improve your life.

Trish’s book is far different.

She infers that we all have the answers to our problems and challenges.

We have to ask the inner self who knows.

And listen.

Provative interview. We need to think about this.

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Corinne Edwards April 2, 2010 at 8:08 am

Read the book.

Loved it, Trish.
.-= Corinne Edwards´s last blog ..BOOK PROMOTION – Your book everywhere on the web =-.

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Kathleen Gage April 4, 2010 at 8:00 pm

So true Trish. The answers are inside. Our power resides in the space of the willingness to explore our wisdom.

I do feel that reading books that can help us to tap into our answers can be very, very helpful. But as you say, to rely solely on what the “gurus” say is a way out of taking responsibility for our own life, beliefs, actions and outcomes.

Nice interview.
.-= Kathleen Gage´s last blog ..Are you guided by ego or spirit? =-.

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Mickey April 4, 2010 at 9:17 pm

Really enjoyed your interview with Trish Bishop. You asked great questions. Looking forward to learning more about her.

I see my biggest challenge as learning to listen and acting upon what I hear as apposed to doing what I want.

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rebecca mullen April 5, 2010 at 5:18 am

Intuitively, from the moment I first saw Trish, I was attracted. Something inside me said, “Yes.” Odd, then that she would be talking about questions of intuition because I believe it is far more the questions that frame our lives than the answers.
Her whole point in the interview seemed to be, let go of those assumptions that limit us…What makes you cry might be something happy…uncover the deep joy you’ve forgotten to remember…
Happy insights to begin my day.
Thank you, Michelle, for this wonderful gift!

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Michelle Vandepas April 5, 2010 at 8:16 am

@Corinne – I’ve read every help book out there – but nothing compares with going inside for answers!

@Kathleen – such an honor to have you stop by!

@Mickey – You’d love the book – it’s an ‘artistic book’ very creative!

@Rebecca – I have to remember to allow those joyful teaers to flow.

Glad you enjoyed the interview!

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Trish Bishop April 5, 2010 at 1:36 pm

Wow! Amazing comments. I always love to hear people’s insights and perspectives. Per Rebecca’s comment – I also feel that the questions are what are truly important, because I believe that when we “have” the answer is when we then start to focus on articulating the question – hence as soon as we have the question, we already have the answer – the only question then becomes whether or not we have the courage to look at it:) A bit of a wandering path – but the end result is the same – the power is in the question!

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Marva April 6, 2010 at 6:00 am

Trish,

Great stuff thank you for sharing

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Patricia - Spiritual Journey Of A Lightworker April 10, 2010 at 4:14 pm

I thoroughly enjoyed this interview. The advice to turn away from outer gurus and to turn inward to your own inner guru is the message that I personally got on my second trip to India. I went with a teacher and a group of students. I came home without an outer teacher.

Sometimes I am reminded of this when I try to call a number of different people when I am in the middle of a chaotic situation and no one is home to receive my calls for help. That is the Universe telling me that I have all of the tools to deal with the situation on my own. I have all of my own answers as Trish said.
.-= Patricia – Spiritual Journey Of A Lightworker´s last blog ..Registered Sex Offender Lists Don’t Mean Our Children Are Safe =-.

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Michelle Vandepas April 11, 2010 at 7:36 am

Hi Patricia, Thanks for coming by… Being inside to get answers is a gift and when we listen to ourselves – usually get much better advice. Agreed!

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David from Assisted Living Directory August 30, 2010 at 9:39 am

Michelle,
What a great interview! I love the quality of the video, and whoever put it together and edited it did a great job (I am starting to get into video editing).
I really love the blank pages idea in Trish’s book – really a nudge that we have the answers!
(I found your site by happenstance today, but and I have been stuck on it for about 20 minutes…a compliment to you and your great content!)
Take care Michelle (and Trish)! I’ll be back often!
- David

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