“It is only when we silent the blaring sounds of our daily existence that we can finally hear the
whispers of truth that life reveals to us, as it stands knocking on the doorsteps of our hearts.” – K.T. Jong
Here’s a fun fact : Did you know that your heart sends more information to the brain that the brain does to any part of your body.
Your heart is your center, the connection to everything, and you should listen to what it has to say. So often we get bogged down with all the stuff of life.
Bills, relationships, and work stress us out, and we spend so much time trying to keep our heads above water that we neglect the one thing that’s capable of making it better: ourselves. But Marisa, you need to work more, you didn’t send those emails yet, you haven’t worked 12 hours today, You don’t deserve time off yet.
I don’t have time to take care of myself! Then something eventually screams inside me, trust me, you don’t have time to not take care of yourself. Each person is gifted with a small inner voice.
It has been called many things by many different people: i.e. the goddess, the Holy Spirit, the subconscious mind – but no matter what you call it, it is there and exists to make your life easier.
The thing about this small voice, however, is that the noise of life will often block it out so that we can’t hear it. In order to access our inner voice, we have to set aside time so that it can speak to us.
Take a bath, read a book, drink some wine, take your dog on a long walk, be more present. Do things that make you happy and give you peace. When you do what you love, you connect with everything you are.
Wisdom comes to us in silence, so make some time to be quiet and listen. You might be surprised by what it has to say.