Are you the type of person that thinks about a conversation that happened a long time ago and you just sit in bed and start thinking about good comebacks; things your inner voice told you to do and you refused and got you into a huge mess?well, that person is me, I noticed that sometimes or all of the time my inner voice is right about things; I just refuse to accept and then knowing it was all right.
what is the inner voice?
logman dictionary, says that inner voice is thoughts or feelings that you do not express but seem to warn, criticize, or advise you.However, my definition or meaning would be like, an inner voice is a voice that has been offering you guidance all your life, which you may listen to or may brush it aside.
“Don’t let the noise of others opinions drown out your own inner voice” steve jobs
I believe that you should still listen to your inner voice inside of you because when you ignore it sometimes it leads you to a huge mess, which isn’t great,”there is a voice that doesn’t use words.listen”, there is a voice inside of you, that whispers all day long I feel this is right for me, I feel this is wrong’, no teacher, preacher, parent, friend or the wise man that can decide, whats right for you-just listen to the voice that speaks inside
how to find your inner voice in difficult times?
when facing a challenge ask yourself:
“what would a stronger, more confident, and even better version of myself do in this situation”
when you truly give it thought and get an answer, that’s your inner voice talking-its generally a good idea to listen to it.zero dean
A tip from is you always have to listen to your own voice, your own soul, too many people listen to the noise of the world, instead of themselves.
“if you hear a voice within you that says you can not paint’, then by all means paint, and that the voice will be silenced”-Vincent van Gogh
why can we,’hear’, our inner voice?-from here
Chances are, you are reading this first sentence and hearing your own voice talking in your head.
According to a new study, internal speech makes use of a system that is mostly employed for processing external speech, which is why we can “hear” our inner voice.
The study comes from the Department of Linguistics at the University of British Columbia and is led by researcher Mark Scott, who analyzed a brain signal known as “corollary discharge” – a signal that separates sensory experiences we produce ourselves from experiences that are external. This signal helps explain why we are unable to tickle ourselves: it predicts our own movements and omits the sensation of feeling ticklish.
According to the study, this prediction usually filters out self-made sounds so we don’t hear them externally, but rather internally. The corollary discharge, therefore, prevents the sensory confusion that would otherwise arise.
Until now, the phenomenon of internal speech has been mostly unexamined.