What does ‘Living the Question’ mean?

In this episode

We’re exploring: what does ‘living the question’ mean?

So much in my life aligned once I really understood how to embody my intuition by living the question.

‘Live the question’ is a phrase that comes from one of my favourite books called ‘Letters to a Young Poet’ by Rainer Maria Rilke. Living the question has evolved into a key practice in my life. It changed everything for me once I really understood how to embody my intuition by living the question. I sense it can create significant shifts for you too.

In this episode I share some big questions that I’m living into right now, as well as the practices I use that help me listen more deeply for the answers. 

Living the question is all about embodying our intuition – living from a state of curiosity, wonder and humility as we navigate the complexities of being human.”

— Rebecca Campbell


Soul Inquiry

The Soul Inquiry prompt for this episode is:
What question are you living into right now?

Now it's time to commit to a grounded action:
What is a baby step you can take in that direction to integrate it into your life today?

Key Timestamps

  • 01:50 Let's open Sacred Space together.

  • 02:54 Today’s Listener Question: What does 'living the question' mean?

  • 03:08 Where did the phrase 'live the question' come from?

  • 03:50 My favourite poem from 'Letters To A Young Poet' by Rainer Maria Rilke.

  • 07:01 Entering into a sacred dance with life.

  • 08:36 Some examples of questions I’m living into right now.

  • 11:24 Dedicated practices to support the 'living into the question'

  • 15:12 The benefits of journaling or walking with a question.

  • 18:30 Today's Soul Inquiry.

  • 19:34 Closing Sacred Space.

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