Learning to silence our self-talk is beneficial for our mind, body, and spirit. It reduces stress and puts us in touch with our inner wisdom. Quieting our internal dialogue is a life skill of many great Sages and thinkers. Find out how you can do this.
Silencing the Active Mind
Many great Sages, thinkers, and philosophers talk about quieting the internal dialogue. This is not an afterthought. Our internal dialogue is the chatter that drowns out the voice of our intuition. If we can learn to silence this hyper-activity, we can regain control of the mind. Otherwise, we run on autopilot under the control of the Ego. The Ego isn’t our enemy. It is a necessary tool for connecting our consciousness to our bodies. However, we need to learn to use it, rather than having it control us.
Silencing the active mind, it’s like pushing the reset button on a computer. This provides us with internal space and peace. It is a way of grounding and stabilizing our thoughts and emotions. This is because the mind becomes clouded with thoughts, emotions, and cultural programming. So, by reducing our self-talk we gain control over the mind. Then, the voice of your intuition can also be heard.
“When you connect to the silence within you, that is when you can make sense of the disturbance going on around you.”
― Stephen Richards
“Quiet the mind, and the soul will speak.”
― Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati
“The soul always knows what to do to heal itself. The challenge is to silence the mind”
― Caroline Myss
“silence is the language of god, all else is a poor translation.”
So, we understand how silencing the active mind makes an enormous difference in the quality of our thinking. Thinking is not just about the conscious but also about the subconscious. Our most powerful insights come from the subconscious level. This is where our personal power lives. Calming the mind helps us access this valuable element of our Being. We use the mind as a tool instead of being controlled by Ego. It jump-starts our observational skills and promotes critical thinking.
Hearing the Voice of Your Intuition
As we learn to tame the psyche, we access many health benefits. There is wisdom in the silence of our minds. The voice of our intuition is an asset that is always turned on. We simply need to find a way to quiet our self-talk. If we can do this, then our soul will speak. So, when we learn how to quiet the mind, it puts us in touch with our intuition.
Silencing your internal dialogue is a major benefit for your health and wellness. What if I told that quieting your internal dialogue would give you more happiness? It would increase enjoyment more than trying to fill time with some meaningless activity? That is exactly what we are saying. Many of the answers you are seeking are awaiting the great wisdom contained within the silence of your essence.
This isn’t easy in our hyper-connected world. Our modern culture keeps us busy. We are to fill every idle moment with thought and action. Silencing the mind violates the unspoken rule; to be successful, you must be busy. There are opportunities at every turn for the hyperactive mind to be engaged in some activity.
It makes you wonder why we are discouraged from quieting the internal dialogue? Perhaps because it shows us we don’t need to buy things to make us happy. It also opens our eyes to the truth about how the cultural narrative uses us. Increased perception is not something the culture wants for us. Hearing the voice of your intuition is bad for commercialism.
Calming our overactive thought processes is the essence of meditation. It is a valuable life skill that you can with you anywhere. It is a simple way to improve your overall health and wellness. This is because it is an immediate stress-reducing technique. Stress is the hidden killer. Plus, the quietness of your mind at peace helps you to think more clearly. And, there are several ways to do this. It makes sense to add at least one of these to your daily routine.
Learn How to Silence The Mind
- Seated meditation is the most direct way to enter the silence of the transcendent. There is a simple two-step beginning meditation practice everyone can enjoy.
- Mindfulness meditation using either seated and moving progressions. This builds on the two-step method mentioned above.
- Vibration and sound are an effective tool. The Tibetan Singing Bowl is best since it covers a range of vibration sure to engage your chakras.
- Instrumental music is an option for some people. However, it can become distracting.
- Shamanic Drum or cymbal is a wonderful option especially if you follow proper instruction. The right mantra is the ultimate vibrational tool to achieve inner silence. The best mantra is one that is chosen specifically for you by a qualified teacher. This requires qualified personal instruction. This latter option is the most expensive but the most effective. It is sometimes hard to find a qualified teacher.
Calm the mind, and the soul will speak. When we hear soul, then we get in touch with our inner wisdom. Answers are free to come from via the voice of your intuition. Our mind and body benefit from the rest. So, silencing the internal dialogue is a vital life skill. If you learn how to quiet the active mind you access benefits for our mind, body, and spirit.
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Joseph Campbell & Joseph Campbell’s book The Hero’s Journey, Wikipedia