Answer: Yes. A question is of utmost importance to our spiritual advancement. However, it is unnecessary to ask a question and wait for its answer. You study it, want it answered, then you ask the Creator through the group and receive an answer.
All our advancement is comprised of questions and answers. The Passover tale about four sons speaks about this: even when you are in a state when you do not know how to ask a question, you must look for opportunities to have it. There is no advancement without it.
Question: Is a question considered a spiritual action?
Answer: Yes, of course. It is the left line, which is necessary for movement.
Question: Can a question be a real gift for a teacher or for a friend, an example of bestowing to the group?
Answer: In principle, yes.
Question: Is it worth asking a question if the methodology teaches us that questions that arise in us are revealed and clarified naturally in the course of our work in the group?
Answer: When you ask a question or do something in general, you should think about how you are helping others.
From Lesson 4, World Kabbalah Convention in Moldova 9/7/19, Rejoice in What We Lack/Work in Concealment