You are the master of your own destiny and the magician of your inner voice.  The question is: will you let me guide you or not? Buddha described the mind as full of drunken monkeys that jumped, screeched and chatted incessantly; one of these monkeys is your inner voice. Be careful which monkey you listen to … Next we are going to give you some reasons why you need to listen to your inner voice from now on. It will change your life for the better!

Your voice knows you

You grew up with yourself . You know how you think and how you feel. You know what you agree with and what you disagree with. If you find yourself in a situation where that little voice inside of you is trying to tell you something. Listen to her. Only you know better than anyone … All you have to do is listen.

Self-confidence is in fashion

When it comes to your inner voice, if something inside you is trying to help you , and you doubt yourself, it might seem less secure . Listen to yourself. Be confident in your voice, in your choices, and in whatever it is that you are trying to tell yourself; even if it’s the wrong choice: you can cross that bridge when you get to it. Trust is key … it is always necessary.

The world doesn’t always have your best interests at heart

With all the advice available, it is difficult to know what is good and what is not . If you are faced with a choice, a difficult situation, or something that first required you to seek answers, in the end, the only person who can help you decide is yourself. Listen to that voice that speaks to you because it comes directly from your heart .

Security

You are in the back seat of a car whose driver exceeds the speed limit . Your friends are around you singing loudly to the music in the car. It’s clearly not the safest of situations, but you think the driver is good, so you don’t say anything and hope to get to your destination safely. But at that moment, you have a sick feeling deep in your stomach. Something tells you to get out of the car. You politely ask the driver to stop … to get out of the car as soon as possible but the others say no.

Your stomach starts to make you feel worse over and over again, and that voice inside you is more insistent than ever . You yell at the driver to stop and let you out. They laugh, but they do what you asked.

You get out of the car and tell the driver to slow down before they kill themselves in the car … They laugh and drive off . The next day you discover that there has been an accident. The driver was drinking and the passengers are in critical condition. Listen to your inner voice; that could save your life.

Sometimes others help and sometimes they don’t

Have you ever gone to ask your friends for advice? How often do you listen to them? Does their advice often turn out to be the best for you? Sometimes it is exactly what you need, while other times it may not be. Although the people in your life are sincerely trying to help, their advice only comes from their point of view , sometimes this helps and sometimes it doesn’t. It is better that you listen to your inner voice that is the only one interested in everything going well for you.

It’s your life

At the end of the day, your life is yours and no one can tell you what to do or how to do it without your approval . You are the master of your own destiny and the magician of your inner voice. That voice, your conscience, your moral compass, your sixth sense, whatever guides us in one way or another, is a very powerful entity unto itself.

It takes practice to calm your mind and listen to what you say to yourself, but with practice and a little faith , you can begin to realize that this is really your life and sometimes the only person who can help you is yourself. 

Elle Mcdonald

I am Elle Mcdonald Specializations in Psychology . Graduated in psychology from the University of Tennessee in 2000. Diploma of Advanced Studies in the Department of Personality, Evaluation and psychological treatments with excellent results.

First Level of Master in Clinical Psychology at the Center for Behavioral Therapists (recognized with a scientific-professional nature by the College of Psychologists)

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