Quiet the Mind

Quiet the Mind

If you can’t hear the angels, try quieting the static of worry.    ~ Terri Guillemets ~

If you believe the angels aren’t talking to you, there are things you can do to try and hear their voices.  You must first learn to quiet the mind. Our mind races with thoughts of daily activities, as we are all very busy. It is important to relax, calm down and work to silence the thoughts, and constant worries, that are always in our brain. With practice, relaxation of the mind and body can be achieved.  Yoga and meditation might help you accomplish this.

“One of the reasons I like the very late night and very early morning hours is that they are quieter. The sounds of civilization dwindle to an almost inaudible hum…. This is the best time for writing or thinking. Even when I have been awake for most of the day and should, by all normal measures, be physically and mentally exhausted, my brain seems energized by the relative quiet. It is, in fact, something of a mystery to me that I can think at all straight in noisy places. Perhaps my belief that I do is an illusion; I may be thinking straight only in comparison to everyone else who is trying to think in the midst of distracting din. Perhaps, too, the world is as crazy as it is – and becoming crazier – because we are attempting to use our brains in a noisy world that is becoming noisier. It is something to ponder, in the relative quiet of the hours between midnight and first light. ~Richard E. Turner (1937–2011), The Grammar Curmudgeon, a.k.a. “The Mudge,” “In Search of Quiet,” June 2005. ~

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Originally posted 2011-07-17 12:19:00. Republished by Blog Post Promoter


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