What is the best way to ask questions?
If you want to know about a specific person, ask very pointed questions that include as much information about the person as possible. If you ask vague questions, you will get vague answers. Providing a name and a birthdate is always helpful. If you have a picture of the person, you are welcome to bring it or email it to me. One thing to keep in mind as well, if you don’t like an answer, don’t ask again in a different way to obtain a more desirable response.
Also, rather than asking “will” or “when” questions, a better and more empowering way to ask would be “what do I need to know?” or “how can I?”
Be careful about asking health or legal questions as I am not a licensed doctor or lawyer. I can look at the energy around a particular situation and predict several potential outcomes, but can not diagnose, prescribe or give actual legal advice. It is wisest to consult a health care practitioner or attorney for this sort of detail. Some questions may fall into the realm of “none of your business.” For example, asking about your ex’s sex life with his new girlfriend may not produce any productive answers, so focus on issues that are directly related to your life.
Lastly, If you don’t want to know the answer to a question, don’t ask.