What is the tone with which we communicate inwardly?
What is the vocabulary we choose to use? Is it poetry?
Is it based on past fears, induced feelings of shame and guilt,
or is rooted in trust and an inner knowing that the universe is user friendly?
This inquiry is already an act of self healing as it examines the inner works and sheet notes of our inner compositions.
As our life unfold moment to moment, we are usually conditioned into a culture of speech and conversation, based on our upbringing, cultural background, traumas we endured, our own resilience and successes and all other obvious factors adding to the list of ingredients that possibly condition us.
Yet, this list, as short or as long as it may be, can possibly be a resourceful well of inspiration and guidance as well.
When we take a moment to observe, inquire, and meditate into the nature and qualities of our inner conversations, a lot can be easily revealed.
Ask yourself – Would I speak to my best friend this way?
Would I approach my lover with this tone?
Would this conversation be the one I wish to have with a child?
First we need to stop, take a pause for a moment and slow it down.
Then to observe and discern – is it fear and doubt based?
Or is it love and trust based?
This is already a start.
There is so much music in our speech, and we can be magnificent composers of our inner melodies.