Arguing With the Voices in Your Head

Getting in Some Good Conversation

We all have the proverbial voices in our heads. Isn’t it interesting when you can tell who is listening to them and who isn’t? Granted, we all have hardships, dramas and trials in our life to some extent. What we experience at any given time, is evaluated, stored and quite frequently gets rather distorted. Memories can become either better or worse than what they really were. This is neither good, nor bad. All this means is that one needs to be aware of it and understand that the head isn’t the right place to always draw conclusions from. Our brain is a magnificent data center that far outdoes any living creature’s brain on this planet, but that doesn’t make it right or correct. Knowing this is what will either make or break you.

I have tried to study different philosophies and read tons of books on all kinds of topics. I will always do that, until the day I die. I have devoured every book I could find on different spiritual paths, religions, philosophies, quantum physics, astronomy, astrology, science, brain capabilities and everything in between and found I still don’t really know a thing. But, I am in a much better position now to properly evaluate my responses, expectations, assumptions and theories and hence, better control what I will do with them. I found that the voices are wrong… a lot!

Why would we waste our lives believing the wrong stories, and worst of all, keep insisting that we are right? As I said, I don’t have all the answers, but I do find that no matter what I read, the answers are all very much alike. What happens to us, who we are and where we are going, how successful we are and how far we get in life in our relationships at home and work, is a direct result of how we think and what we choose to listen to. Hence, all it takes to become the person I want to be is based on one thing only: making a decision!

None of this is easy. None of this will ever come naturally to me, or most people. But it is well worth a try and “trying” for a while, well, a few years now, has proven that this works infinitely better than the voices in my head. I listen to my gut, or if you prefer the other term, my instincts. They are far more advanced than thoughts and emotions and give me the foundation to make informed decisions, versus hasty, irrational jumps into the unknown.

I don’t know where I read or heard it, but I have come to firmly believe in “We are what we think.” What goes on in our head controls our actions and responses and therefore shows to the world who we really are. At the end of the day I didn’t want to show some of the negative beliefs about myself to others anymore, because I didn’t want to believe or give any further power to the wrong hardwiring. I always wanted to be “awake” instead of wide asleep. Practicing mindfulness is making that happen; and with it, my life started to shift in ways that I never thought possible.

So, be awake, be mindful, be kind and passionate and drop the guilt. You deserve everything you have ever dreamed of and more! 

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3 thoughts on “Arguing With the Voices in Your Head

  1. Marcus

    I’ve just discovered your articles, and have commented on another one already… I’m finding them incredibly insightful and so inspiring for where I am right now in my life. A big thank you yet again (you’ll probably see a few more from me in your other articles over the coming days!)

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  2. Deborahh r Robbins

    im in a shelter, and my exit date is sep 3rd, so far i have no job or a place to stay can you help me figure out what is comeing my way

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  3. Mary

    Hi Carmen I really like your writing it is always so compassionate and candid, that I find myself being moved by it. I can tell you have really embraced learning about yourself and the world around you, what a beautiful thing and at the same time am sure it had to be very painful too. You sound like you are ready for the next step in your life! congratulations! Go for it.

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