Anthony Robbins in his book Awaken the Giant has explained the power of presupposition. He says that a Question has the power to affect our beliefs and thus what we consider possible or impossible. Asking penetrating questions can weaken the reference legs of disempowering beliefs, enabling us to dismantle them and replace them with more empowering ones. But did you realise that the specific words  we select and the very order of the words that we use in a question can cause us to not even consider certain things while taking others for granted? this is known as the power of presupposition, something in which you should be very aware.
Presuppositions program us to accept things that may or may not be true, and they can be used on us by others, or even, subconsciously by ourselves. For example, if you ask yourself a question like “Why do I always sabotage myself?” after something ends disappointing, you set yourself up for more of the same and set in motion a self fulfilling prophecy. Why? because, as we already said, your brain will obediently come up with an answer for any thing you ask of it. You will take for granted that you have sabotaged things because you are focussing on why you do it, not on whether you do it. Happyho also provide best Meditation classes and yoga classes in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
He goes on explaining with an example that occurred during the 1988 American presidential election, just after George Bush had announced Dan Quayle as his running mate. A television news channel conducted a nationwide poll, asking people to call a 900 number to answer the question, ” Does it bother you that Dan Quayle used his family’s influence to go into the national guard and stay out of Vietnam? ” the glaring presupposition build into this question, of course, was that Quayle had indeed used his family influence to unfair advantage – somethings that have never been proven. Yet people respond to it as if it were a given. They never questioned it, and just automatically accepted it. Worse many people to say that they were extremely upset about this fact. No such fact was ever substantiated ! unfortunately, this process happens all too often, we do it to ourselves and to others all the time. Don’t fall into the trap of accepting someone else’s or your own disempowering presuppositions. Find references to back up new beliefs that empower you.