Inner voice – How Talking To Yourself Is A Good Thing!

Do You Talk To Yourself Or Hear Voices?

It’s not such a funny question once you have a spiritual perspective on who you really are! You are spirit and your body is your creation and vehicle to experience life through. Different aspects of you, the spirit, relate to your physical body. Your inner voice, or hear voices, may be you the spirit in communication with yourself and it allows you to hear your own information.Hear voices

The inner voice sounds like you and is located in your fifth chakra in the cleft of your throat. It is a source of information that you can trust. Oftentimes other people around us think they know what is best for us especially if we tell them we hear voices. If you are uncertain about what you believe, want or need, talk to yourself and get your own answers.

By learning to talk to yourself you will get to know yourself better and that can only be a good thing! Plus the person we are most fascinated with is usually ourselves. You will also know what is right and true for you, instead of what is true for others.

You can learn to ask yourself questions and listen to your answers. At first you may find this a challenge, especially if you have an active intellect. But in time you can learn which voice comes from the computer in your head and which one comes from you the divine essence or spiritual being.

I’m proud to say that I talk to myself all the time and I wouldn’t have it any other way and I hear voices too.

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Below is an interesting Unlocking Your Truth radio show episode (podcast) regarding Clairaudience – Why Hearing Voices Doesn’t Mean you are Crazy.


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3 Responses to Inner voice – How Talking To Yourself Is A Good Thing!

  1. Sherry Andrea September 4, 2011 at 7:36 pm #

    I have been reading your site…and even stopped to send your link to a friend I think might find it helpful..I love your writing and knowledge. I too love to talk to myself and often recommend to those I help to talk to themselves. I was tickled when you recommended that. 🙂

  2. energy medicine July 5, 2012 at 10:19 pm #

    Intuition allows for downloading the insights in general not available to our senses.
    Call it a still voice, a hunch or a gut feeling – once it begins happening you will comprehend that it’s no fluke.!
    Dowsing is a method one can use to access the intuition employing dowsing pendulum as well as divining rod.
    I’ve been using it for a long time and I believe any individual can learn it.

    • Dr Lesley July 7, 2012 at 10:55 am #

      Hello Concetta – Yes indeed! Dowsing, pendulums and divining rods are all tools that you can use to tune into your spiritual senses. This can be a great help when you a just learning the difference between your physical senses (touch, taste, smell, sight and sound) and your spiritual senses. I use dowsing rods in my aura awareness class because they are really great for detecting the boundaries of the aura and to have a visual confirmation of this is great for the students. I also use a pendulum as a practical to help me tune into foods and supplements which are beneficial for me to eat. My body might be saying it wants that chocolate cake full of flour and sugar, but my trusty pendulum will always steer me on the straight and narrow. Thanks for your comment!

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