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Top 25 Listening To Yourself Quotes

Listening To Yourself Quotes

This post contains some of the best listening to yourself quotes.

Listening To Yourself Quotes

1. “Half of the conflicts in your head get resolved when you seek to understand instead of seeking to be understood. Try it!” ― Nitya Prakash

2. “When many voices are speaking at once, listen to the one most quiet and gentle. That’s the one worth listening to.” ― Linda Weisz

3. “Open your mind and let the universe speak to you” ― Bangambiki Habyarimana

4. “The only way to escape the feeling of loneliness is to just be silent” ― Sonya Withrow

5. “Each of us knows when it’s time to wake, eat and rest. We don’t need to read a clock for these activities; we need to listen.” ― Gina Greenlee

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6. “Listen to your heart, it will guide you on the right path.” ― Lailah Gifty Akita

7. “When your intuition speaks, listen. When your ego speaks, shut it up.” ― Dee Duncan

8. “Just be true to yourself. Listen to your heart. The rest will follow. Everyone has problems. You aren’t alone.” ― Samantha Tonge

9. “Just be true to yourself, know what you want, Listen to yourself, or, when right, your aunt.” ― Ari Gunzburg

10. “The point is that you should listen to your instincts. They don’t charge $200 an hour like a therapist, and you don’t need a ten-cents-a-minute calling plan to afford them. Your instincts can tell you the big stuff, but they can also help you with the little things,..” ― Jim Brickman

11. “Always listen to the warnings from your heart.” ― Teresa Collins

12. “We all have two voices, perhaps, many more. Every day, if not every minute, we have to choose which one will get our attention. If we choose the higher one, our suffering will lessen and, quite often, completely disappear but it takes humility and trust. The longer we keep listening to the lower voice, the harder it is to drag ourselves away from it. Nevertheless, all it takes is one second. If we chose something else last week or yesterday or a minute ago, it doesn’t matter. We just need to make another choice right now.” ― Donna Goddard

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13. “Follow your heart, listen to your inner voice, stop caring about what others think.”
― Roy T. Bennett

14. “Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice.” ― Steve Jobs

15. “You will never follow your own inner voice until you clear up the doubts in your mind.” ― Roy T. Bennett

16. “Beautify your inner dialogue. Beautify your inner world with love light and compassion. Life will be beautiful.” ― Amit Ray

17. “Conscience is the inner voice that warns us somebody may be looking.” ― H.L. Mencken

18. “Non-judgment quiets the internal dialogue, and this opens once again the doorway to creativity.” ― Deepak Chopra

19. “Practice listening to your intuition, your inner voice; ask questions; be curious; see what you see; hear what you hear; and then act upon what you know to be true. These intuitive powers were given to your soul at birth.” ― Clarissa Pinkola Estés

20. “Belief consists in accepting the affirmations of the soul; unbelief, in denying them.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson

21. “Enjoy the peace of Nature and declutter your inner world.” ― Amit Ray

22. “No one knows your truth but you. If you’re secure in yourself, no one and no(thing) can touch you.” ― Brittany Burgunder

23. “The inner voice always had the hard questions.” ― Guy Gavriel Kay

24. “Honor your inner voices” ― Deeksha Arora

25. “In solitude, listen to your heart, for at that moment, it speaks nothing but the truth.” ― Michael Bassey Johnson

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Ways to Listen to Yourself

Listening to yourself is an essential aspect of self-care and self-awareness. It involves paying attention to your thoughts, emotions, and physical sensations, and understanding your own needs and desires. Here are some ways to effectively listen to yourself:

1. Create quiet moments: Set aside dedicated time each day to be alone with your thoughts. Find a quiet space where you can reflect without distractions.

2. Practice mindfulness: Engage in mindfulness meditation or other mindfulness exercises to develop awareness of your present moment experiences, including your thoughts, feelings, and bodily sensations.

3. Journaling: Write down your thoughts, emotions, and reflections on a regular basis. This helps you process your experiences and gain insights into your own patterns and behaviors. The following are some prompts you may find helpful:

  • What are my current thoughts and emotions?
  • What are my values and priorities in life?
  • What activities or experiences bring me joy and fulfillment?
  • Are there any limiting beliefs or negative self-talk patterns that I need to challenge?
  • What are my short-term and long-term goals?
  • How do I practice self-care and self-compassion?
  • What are my boundaries and how do I communicate them?

4. Pay attention to your body: Tune into your physical sensations. Notice any areas of tension or discomfort, as well as moments of relaxation or ease. Your body often provides clues about your emotional state.

5. Trust your intuition: Learn to trust your gut instincts and inner wisdom. Pay attention to the intuitive nudges and hunches that arise within you.

6. Practice self-reflection: Take time to reflect on your experiences, interactions, and choices. Consider what went well and what could have been done differently. This helps you learn from past experiences and make more informed decisions in the future.

7. Engage in self-care activities: Prioritize self-care activities that nourish your mind, body, and soul. This could include activities such as exercise, spending time in nature, pursuing hobbies, or engaging in creative outlets.

8. Seek support: Talking to a trusted friend, family member, or therapist can help you gain perspective and explore your thoughts and feelings in a supportive and non-judgmental environment.

Conclusion

Listening to yourself requires patience, self-compassion, and practice.

It’s an ongoing journey of self-discovery and self-acceptance.

By Hadiah

Hadiah is a counselor who is passionate about supporting individuals on their journey towards mental well-being. Hadiah not only writes insightful articles on various mental health topics but also creates engaging and practical mental health worksheets.