We live in a world where we can’t help but be influenced by other people’s opinions and ideas, leading us away from our innate guidance. It’s time for us to stop listening to others and start listening to ourselves. Listening to our inner voice requires us to be silent in order to hear it; this is where Source lies waiting for us when we take the time to listen carefully enough to hear its whisperings.
One of the greatest challenges in life is not to conquer an opponent, but to win the battle within your own mind.
One of the greatest challenges in life is not to conquer an external opponent, but to fight and win the battle within your own mind.
If you are anything like me, then this is something that has probably happened many times before: you decide that it would be a good idea for you to meditate on a regular basis–maybe even daily–but somehow it never seems to happen. Your mind keeps thinking about all sorts of things that are not related at all with meditation (or whatever else it may be). The result? You end up quitting instead of doing what needs to be done!
So what if this was an integral part of meditation? What if learning to step back from the chatter and return to presence was the practice? And how can we master our minds so they help us to be productive?
Our minds are constantly creating thoughts and emotions that seem like they are reality.
Our minds are powerful tools. They constantly process information and create thoughts and emotions, which can be used for benefit or distraction. Our minds have the ability to make us happy, sad, angry or afraid–all depending on what we choose to focus on.
We’ve all heard the phrase “a moment of silence.” This is because silence provides an opportunity for our minds to rest from their constant activity so that we can connect with ourselves in an authentic way. In silence, we learn how our bodies feel when they’re not busy thinking about something else; we notice how our breath feels as it moves through our body; we hear sounds around us without judgmental labels like “annoying” or “loud”; we allow ourselves time just being present with whatever is going on right now without adding anything extra onto it through a meaning we create around it (our own personal narrative).
Silence allows us access into a deeper part of ourselves than usual because there aren’t any distractions coming from outside sources: no phones ringing off the hook or emails demanding attention; no television shows beckoning us into another world we’d rather live in; no coworkers chatting away at their desks next door while yours sits empty due to sickness or simply not wanting to go to work.
Knowing our inner voice requires us to be silent.
Silence is the key that unlocks the door between our worldly selves and our true nature. It allows us to experience who we really are beyond all concepts, images, words and formulas. Silence is where Source lies waiting for us when we take the time to listen carefully enough to hear its whisperings.
Silence gives rise to creativity because it allows us access into a deep place within ourselves where ideas can flow freely without interference from outside influences or distractions such as noise or other people’s opinions of what should be done next in order for something creative (or even just new) to happen in life!
Whether or not you’re consciously aware of it, you probably have an idea about your purpose here on Earth and what you want.
Whether or not you’re consciously aware of it, you probably have an idea about who you are as a person, your purpose here on Earth, and what you want out of life. Your preferences and values help define who you are and can be used to guide the choices that shape your future. They also form part of the foundation for any relationships that matter in your life–friends and family members will share some common values with each other.
You might think of values as being like a compass: they show us which direction to go at any given point in time (or even over time). They don’t tell us exactly where we’ll end up but instead provide guidance along our journey towards wherever it may lead us
Silence is the key that unlocks the door between our worldly selves and our true nature; this is where Source lies waiting for us…
Silence is the key that unlocks the door between our worldly selves and our true nature; it allows us to experience who we really are beyond all concepts, images, words and formulas; this is where Source lies waiting for us when we take the time to listen carefully enough to hear its whisperings.
When you listen with silence, you can hear what your heart has been saying all along. Silence will give you permission to feel and BE love without having to do anything–it’s okay just being yourself without needing anything else from yourself or others in order for them (or even yourself) to accept who you are as a person living in this world today!
Silence also helps us understand how much more there is out there than meets our eye. It gives us access into realms which most people never get near during their lifetime because they’re too busy trying so hard not only survive but also strive within their own world rather than step outside those boundaries to see if there might be something better waiting…”
So, what does this mean for you?
If you’re looking for a way to reconnect with yourself and to experience the world in a new way, silence is a direct path there. It can be difficult at first but with practice, it becomes easier and more natural. You don’t need anything special–just some quiet time when you won’t be interrupted as you go inside of yourself or yo can go for a walk in nature where the noise pollution from cars or people talking is absent. It doesn’t matter where or when as long as there aren’t any distractions around; just sit quietly until something new yet familiar rises within yourself and you feel wholly connected once again!