Posted by: Dr Churchill | June 8, 2015

Self talk

Self Talk is when you talk to yourself in your mind…

In private.

So when you talk to yourself — which self do you address?

And how?

Am simply asking you in order to verify my own hypothesis…

Because my thesis is that usually people talk to themselves in the most superficial way and about the most useless aspects of their everyday personality.

And often it is just a stream of stupid appearing conscience that come out as an advertisement of their fears, uncertainties, and doubts.

It’s sort of a reception room, for complaints, memories, and mindless repetition of old and useless things.

So I wonder — what if we changed that… and replaced with Quality Talk?

What if we talked the way we talk to another human being?

Because if we talked that mindless chatter trash, with another person — I think that then we would have to apologise.

So it goes without saying that learning to talk properly to the self is both a mindfulness exercise and a spiritual endeavour.

Thoughts from the past, and worries about the future, do not create good conversation.

Instead we must learn to talk to our mind as if it were a child.

Talk to it with love.

If you just force a child to sit down, he won’t.

But a good mother knows how to prompt her child into doing what she wants.

So go ahead and be a good mother to your mind.

Teach it good, positive thoughts so that when you tell it to sit quietly, it will.

Love your mind.

Stay positive — stay happy.


Dr Kroko


And if you have Fears, uncertainties, and doubts — no need to give them air.

Let them drown out in their own lack of oxygen… in the dark recesses of the mind.

Don’t let these particular monster ever come up in polite company or friendly conversational banter.

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