Every thought that goes through your mind during your waking hours is impacting your life. Life becomes much more peaceful when you realize your mental chatter doesn’t need to express an opinion and comment on everything.
If you pass a comment about every ad you see on TV, every outfit TV presenters are wearing, the way the newsreader used incorrect English – you are probably a boring person that is exhausting your own spirit. Maybe it is time to start focusing on bigger things.
Food poisoning sends your body to rejection mode. You can do the same with your mind - reject what serves no purpose. Those that are wealthy know you cannot have a million dollar income on a ten dollar mindset. You need to increase your value with new thinking, processes and habits. If something keeps coming to mind, ask yourself what the real issue is and address it – don’t let the petty imaginary arguments and fear based daydreams take over.
If your mental chatter is nothing but constantly judging others, thinking things that really serve no purpose, instead, wish everyone you see happiness and a blessing. The chatter will eventually stop.
Constant mental chatter is tiring, pointless and not the kindness you should be radiating. Internal gossip can lower your immune system, where as positive thoughts or silence can boost it.
Other mind chatter can be songs that are stuck in your head and silly habitual thought patterns. All these things hinder your concentration. If you can stop this chatter, you can finally allow your higher self to come alive and have space; space that can bring clarity, healing and inspiration.
Some people never make time for silence. At work there is noise, outside there is noise, on the bus there is noise. After this bombardment of sound all day, why then, do some people come home and immediately switch on the radio or TV even if they aren’t listening or watching it? Silence is your friend. It is healthy, it is wise, and it makes you a nicer person. Create silence and adore it.
Allison O’Neill adored self growth from a very young age.