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Nervousness can cause a struggle in your inner voice and in many areas such as our:
Nervousness is unorganized, fast moving energy which is stimulated by a restless mind which sends extra energy vibrating along the nerves. This extra nervous stimulation encourages us to indulge in sensual pleasures to temporarily satisfy our senses, such as…
Where do your problems that plague your inner wisdom come from? Many may come from…
BUT that is NOT where they originate from.
All problems have one thing in common – they stimulate mental mind chatter, your inner voice.
All problems begin and end in your mind.
Think about it. With no mind, there are no problems.
Most people’s minds are dictating their feelings and behaviors. Consequently, they are suffering in their self-created undesired reality.
When you change your thought, you change your reality nearly in an instant.
What if I told you, the removal of your problems is your inner voice.
We all play mind games. Yet he/she who falls into the trap of their own mind game will suffer the consequences of their game.
You know that voice inside your head that drives you crazy because your teenager is acting like a teenager.
Mind game: “Why does she keep lying to me? I raised them with honesty and respect… whats the problem? Does she not like me or trust me? What did I ever do to her? She is so spoiled. You know what… I am taking her phone away. Actually… I am going on snap chat and finding out the real truth of what happened! I’ll show her what lying does.”
When you get a glimpse of how ridiculous our mind game sounds and wake up to the fact that your voice does NOT have power over you, but that YOU have power over your voice- is when suffering comes to an end.
“Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional.”
– Haruki Murakami
Stop playing mind games! Which means, learn how to control your inner voice so it doesn’t control you.
Learn 3 basic steps to put a STOP to your mind games.
According to the Cambridge dictionary, resentment is defined as, “to dislike or be angry at something or someone because you have been hurt or not treated fairly”. Resentment seeps into your relationships, shattering trust and compassion, making it impossible to grow. Learn how to use high performance coaching to up-level your connection and create an UNSTOPPABLE and THRIVING RELATIONSHIP.
Check out this framework and see what areas of your relationship are strong and weak. Once you know your weaknesses you will know where to put your focus.
You have to be willing to do your part. Many hold resentment by blaming their partner, but it’s up to you to put in the effort.
Do you wish that you felt more wanted, needed by others, especially by your spouse? Do you feel sometimes like you don’t even matter? This is normal, and it’s even more common than you might think. Here’re some tips for making your inner self feel more special and creating more love in your relationships.
Learn how inner wisdom reintroduces and maintains safety and security in your life.
When you think of your relationship with your spouse and kids does it bring a smile to your face and joy to your heart?
How would your life improve, if your inner voice shared with you your good times versus focusing on their negative qualities?
In today’s framework you’ll learn the secrets to creating a relationship that’s infinite – unconditionally – loving.
Wanna learn an ancient secret of youthful vitality? You can with high performance coaching!
As a Hight Performance Coach, I have recently added this AMAZING technique into my morning routine and I have more energy and my brain can think sharper.
How would you like to be 73 yet people guess that your age is 45? That would be AWESOME right?
Towering over the Himalayas there is an ancient place in Tibet that holds the proven secret of lasting youthful vitality. It is a place where the people don’t grow old. These people that live there all have one thing in common, which is the daily practicing of “The 5 Rites“.
How much you appreciate others, yourself, acts of kindness, life overall and how close you are to getting in touch with your inner wisdom.
Most people would claim to say that they are appreciative. And I am sure they are, especially when they receive the gifts they want, their dinner service is excellent, and their kids are following all the family rules and values. Not only would you have the appreciation, you would have bragging rights
Yet, how much appreciation is there when you planned a backyard BBQ and it begins to rain? Or you go out to dinner and the service is less than par to your standards? Or you receive your child’s grades and instead of your straight-A student, you have a B student? Do you still know how to give gratitude? Now how is your appreciation level? Less???
Where does sadness come from? How does High-Performance coaching help?
Do you ever talk to yourself? Saying things to like…
“It’s so cold outside, I should have put on a warmer jacket, darn it. That was stupid of me. Now I am going to be cold. ughhhh!”
Your mind chatter just goes on and on and on…
“Well, I guess I could just leave. I mean they should have rented heaters anyways, they knew it was going to be cold tonight. They always cut corners, they are so cheap.”
This voice inside your head, this mind chatter, why is it talking about something that you already know? Why does your mind feel the need to complain and analyze? I mean, it is you that’s experiencing the cold, so why does your internal dialogue need to have a conversation with you about it?
Have you ever noticed this voice inside your head? It talks and talks and complains and bitches and justifies and so on?
Instead of all that complaining, that drains you and makes you a negative Nancy, you would be at the party, feel cold and go borrow a jacket. Complaining about it wouldn’t be plausible. It wouldn’t even be a blip on your mental radar. You would just keep enjoying your amazing evening at the event.
The internal dialogue speaks so that we feel comforted and feel a sense of control. Let’s face it, we really don’t have any control of the things that happen in our outside world. Therefore, we try to control our internal world with our internal voice, the voice that justifies, judges, and also supports etc. Things happen in our daily life that are out of our control. These things create a reaction. Those reactions create how you experience your day-to-day life.
When your internal dialogue says that it’s cold outside, you’re immediately affirmed for feeling cold and justify leaving early or judge the host for putting on a cheap party. Your voice is senseless mind chatter that will justify for you, dictate your actions and reactions to the world.
How do you silence this mental mind chatter?
Meditation, discipline, and self-control. All of these techniques you will learn through my blogs.
All you have to do to get started is email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: Journey of Silencing my Mind.