Your little Inner voice

Your little Inner voice. What is our "Inner Speech," our "little, inner monologue?" Our inner speech or dialogue is how we converse with ourselves.

Your little Inner voice

What is our “Inner Speech,” our “little, inner monologue?” Our inner speech or dialogue is how we converse  with ourselves. It is the small voice in our head that we talk with the mental process of the moment, that connects us with our  environment.

Your little, inner monologue is your communication bridge linking your conscious and subconscious mind. It is the way we form impressions  about things; it is how we interpret  external events related to our lives, our circumstances, and our environment. The inner monologue is the way we try to make sense of what is happening around us.

“It is very obvious that we are not influenced  by facts but by our interpretation of the  facts.”

Alfred Adler

The importance of your little, inner voice. . .

Our inner monologue is our best friend who can easily become our enemy.  With our self-talk, we may live in harmony, or be in a constant struggle,  making our life  “heaven on Earth” on one hand, or a “living hell” on  the other. How much mental health and how much joy and fulfilment we experience in life is directly proportional to the  quality of our inner dialogue,  our little, inner speech,  the way we converse with ourselves, by forming impressions about what  is happening in life, in our circumstances, in our surroundings.

“our subconscious minds have no sense of humour, play no  jokes and cannot tell the difference between reality and an  imagined thought or image.”


Conclusively, taking into account the above ancient ideas coupled with modern research about the communication bridge between our conscious and  subconscious, a main way of changing our subconscious programming  is how we reply to it, through our little  self-dialogue.

We can change…

We can change the impression of what is going on around us by the way we  interpret events, or by the way we talk back to ourselves about  what is happening to us–by improving, in other words, the quality  of our little, inner self-talk.

A healthful inner monologue create interpretations of life  circumstances that contributes to self-acceptance, self-love, and high  self-esteem.

A healthy self-dialogue confirms that we accept ourselves as we  are, and that we are at peace with the way we relate with our little, inner  voice. It implies friendship and love with the “little voice-guy” that we  are going to carry him around for the rest of our lives! In addition, when  our inner monologue is harmonious, we are better in touch with  our feelings, which means that we can enjoy and able to express the  real part of us spontaneously.

The two-way channel is in harmony as the relation between the two  components of the mind is harmonious as the conscious mind and the  subconscious refreshes each other, building and strengthening each other as  an ongoing process. A healthy outgrowing emotional and  spiritual maturity is the result, as it is a product from our  correct understanding of and a healthy  relationship with, reality. way we interact, talk, and relate with  our inner little voice.

Stelios Nicolaou

snicolaou2011  – About the Author:

About the author:

Stelios Nicolaou, a Greek-Cypriot writer,  was born in Nicosia, Cyprus and earned his Masters degree at NLU,USA.

Stelios Nicolaou, a depression survivor, is the author of Depression:  My Witness, Your Solution (Five easy steps to reprogramme your little, inner  monologue, and set you mind free). Stelios writes to inspire, edify, empower,  and motivate the broken hearted-the men and women who experience hoplessness,  hardships, and despair.

Stelios writes to inspire, edify, empower, and motivate the broken hearted, the men and women who experience hopelessness, hardships, and  despair.

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