Even when we know the answer, people’s advice can be helpful, can’t it be?

We tend to rely on someone or something whenever we have a hardship. Some people may take therapy sessions like counselling just to feel relieved from a vague sense of anxiety, frustration, or impatience. People’s advice can be helpful and beneficial. But it could be harmful if you throw the whole responsibility towards the person who gave you the advice when it didn’t work. And what if it did work? There’s a possibility of creating a psychological pecking order because you admire the person so much, or there’s even a danger to create dependency on your side. Clean Inquiry is a rare opportunity to ask your unconscious mind instead of other people.