There’s a main voice we constantly hear in our heads.
Then there’s the many voices that sound like a loud bar with bad music.
We usually have both sets of voices.
What is your morning routine? The voice you hear asking you that question and the one narrating your agenda is the voice we constantly hear.
Are you the voice? No, I’m the one who hears the voice. Oh, ok.
What if I don’t hear a voice. Am I the listener?
Is the voice the thinker within? Or is the voice just relaying the thinkers thoughts? Is the voice the manifestation of your thoughts?
We likely don’t have the answers about our voice or who we really are. But we need to acknowledge the voice in order to gain control of ourselves and quiet the mind to a less anxiety creating machine.
Then we have the many voices. These are memories. One of many ways you deal with life situations. In order for you not to think everything out about every single situation, your brain captures every memory and as you experience anything in life those memories will jump up and handle the situation consistent with our manner in having already handled it.
The voices (memories) with engage emotions which will send some data to the nervous system and all this happens without you even thinking about it.
A key takeaway here is that your voices/memories and reactions to it all, has 100% to do with the way in how you handled it, felt it and allow it to make you feel so always do your absolute best.
Find the lesson in every situation. We don’t have bad days. Some days we learn some painful lessons but you have to have the heart and eyes to find how you can grow from every situation.
If you can acknowledge the voice and understand the voices, then maybe you can maximize in the relationship of the trilogy; the voice, the voices, and you.
First things first. Let’s build a teamwork environment between the three. Let’s recreate situations that should have been dealt with differently. How? Practice, repetition, visualizing it, acting it out, role playing, talking it out, etc.
Let’s organize the many voices by meditating and focusing on being in the moment. The voices are from the past worried about the future. Quiet down the voices by being in the moment.
Are you the thinker? The voice? The listener? Who knows, but we know those three there clearly exist within you and it’s best if you have them get along with each other and maybe even collaborate into a plan to create growth, opportunities, and limitless possibilities.
I think society has maybe portrayed the voices in our heads as more negative than positive. My point is that we can take control of how we experience the voices.
Dig in and build a relationship within your own team before you move any further.
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