You have an inner voice, and it is not a critical parent, an addictive
personality or a compulsive spender within your head. It comes from the part of who you are that can help you in your life. It does not shout; it actually speaks and communicates with you from a point of silence within you. Since it’s a subtle voice, you need to be still and calm to be able to hear it. If your mind if filled with worry, extraneous thoughts, longing, resentment, stress, grief or fear, you will never hear this voice.
It actually takes some practice to be able to listen to this voice. It is not easy to hear the desires of your heart. Sometimes, your passion will come as a serendipitous event or a whisper than will remind you of what is important and the things that can make you happy.
This is quite the same to what’s meant by trusting or listening to your inner voice. Learn to recognize your inner voice and you can do this by being in a state of calmness and quietness. You need to clear your thoughts with those unnecessary things that serve as barrier to listening to it.
One of the greatest secrets of staying in tune with your inner voice and understanding its messages is actually having a heart that is filled with love and gratitude. Open your heart, open it with great gratitude, and you will see that your inner voice will even become louder and clearer. What it wants will be brought into your mind with ease.
You can establish great wisdom by spending some time every day in grateful communion and learning how to listen to your inner voice.
There is no any better way of establishing a fulfilling life than through
mastering an art off being in tune with your most inspired self – your inner voice. Such voice serves as your guide in this complex life. Through learning how to listen to it, you will know the great changes that it can bring into your life.Every individual has an inner voice; all you have to do is to learn listening to it to be able to be led by it. If you continue to listen to it, you can start living a life that is true and fulfilling.
C. Daley is the author of self-help books. She also writes articles part-time.