“Let your heart guide you…— Walt Disney
it whispers so listen closely.”
“When you hit a groove, it’s not you;— Tommy Chong
it’s the spirit world.
The spirits whisper the ideas
in your brain and prod you along.
They’re the ones that are really happy.”
“That whisper you keep hearing— Oprah Winfrey
is the universe
trying to get your attention.”
Today’s MotD invites us to develop our ability to tune into our Inner Voice, often heard as a mere whisper, or sometimes as a sensing or a feeling. Beginning with setting an intention to connect with this voice, some of the best ways to tune in are to be quiet, to be still, or to do a calming activity…such as coloring mandalas. It’s in these quiet states that we are more likely to hear the whisper.
From a post entitled “Why you should listen to your Inner Voice”:
“With practice, you will learn to recognize when fear and doubt are drowning out your true inner voice that is struggling to be heard. You are listening to your inner voice when your body is filled with YUM, whereas the voice of fear and doubt fills your body with YUCK. You’re listening to your inner voice when you feel empowered, authentic, and peaceful. You will notice that good people and positive experiences are drawn to you with ease. You are listening to fear and doubt when you feel stagnant, unfulfilled, angry, and resentful. By listening to your inner voice, you become the creator of your life rather than a bystander.— Rachelle Williams on Chopra.com
Our challenge becomes learning to trust our Inner Voice, how it reveals itself to us as “Yay” or “Nay”. We can start with less significant things first and then work our way up to the bigger things. Just knowing that it’s there to support us unconditionally, can be of comfort and a valuable and infinite resource.
The Mandala Lady
btw…started with this: