The Chatter

Do you know how many conversations you’ll have with yourself today?

Answer: A lot.

There are some scientist that have reported that these small, most of the time unnoticed conversations, happen in our subconscious at the rate of 3,000-4,000 words per minute. That’s a lot of chatter. And you wouldn’t believe, or maybe you would, what this dialogue consist of.

The challenge of this chatter is not to attempt to make it go away, rather it’s knowing that it’s there and learning to waltz with the opinion of the mirrored self you are communicating with.

This post is probably more worthy of a book than a blog post.

Nevertheless, here’s the would-be Cliffsnotes for such a book or manifesto: This chatter, whatever it is, will eventually define you, your music, and your days.

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3 thoughts on “The Chatter

  1. Be Inspired says:

    As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he – popular portion of scripture that’s quite relative for this ‘manifesto’. Our inner conversations are the red/black and white images seen on the shoulders (or heads) of people/cartoons on tv. We usually chuckle at what’s occurring on the show at the time but it’s of a necessity, as you’ve shared, that we notice these unnoticed conversations.

  2. Be Inspired says:

    Reblogged this on Be Inspired and commented:
    It’s a Maker or a Breaker
    Our living inspired has much to do with our mental entertainment.

  3. Be Inspired says:

    Reblogged this on New Millionaires Mindset and commented:
    It’s a Maker or a Breaker
    One does not wait till they have received millions of dollars to be a millionaire, rather one’s current thoughts do. Are you a millionaire? Ask yourself. You’re sure to get a real answer; not from your first response,
    …from the one that echos in the dark.

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