the sounds of silence
Publish Date: Feb 12, 2021
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right. Everyone, regardless of their particular mental state, has a curious kind of background noise in their minds. When that noise takes the form of original music, we call it being a genius. When it sounds like voices, we tend to call it schizophrenia. Most people go through their entire lives without being consciously aware of this omnipresent Orel phenomenon, except for in those rare moments when it catches their attention. Perhaps they think they've heard their name being called that they've been listening to the air, rushing through the vents in their house. One way or another, though, the noise is there, you can hear it. If you listen for it, lie down in a quiet room and focus on clearing your mind. Mute your internal monologue, erase the scenes from your imagination and let yourself sink into the silence. Before long, the whispers of that hidden soundtrack will become evident. Think girl. Louder is you learn to recognize them. It could be that you'll find answers to questions you didn't even know before you were asking, or perhaps discover a sense of inner peace that has been lacking in your life. Some folks refer to this is meditation even if they're mistaking about what's really going on. The truth, you see, is much less comforting. If you have ever gone walking in the woods, you've likely encountered a multitude of noises. The songs of birds, the chirping of insects in the quiet Russell's of small animals rushing to the undergrowth become so commonplace that our minds tend to tune them out. What we noticed, though, is what happens when a predator draws near. The chorus abruptly stops, the forest becomes deadly. Still, a person walking amidst that sudden silence might feel the hairs on the back of their necks start to rise and notice their heart pounding with the mixture of adrenaline and dread. When you listen to the sounds in your mind, doesn't matter what form they take. What matters is that you can hear them at all. Asl Aung is that clamor is present. You know you're safe. Always well, even in the most tumultuous of times, the danger arises when that noise seems to stop when you suddenly experience the most potent silence that you have ever encountered. In that moment, you may start to feel is you're being watched after all, and that's still forest. The predator is the quietest of all. Try it for yourself if you like. When? Next. You're completely alone. Imagine you were listening to a sound of some kind. When that sound seems to stop, you'll know that you've been noticed.