Just be you.
So there’s this voice in my head that says I can accomplish anything. I am lovable. I am capable. I have everything I need. I am perfect as I am.
But there’s this OTHER voice in my head that says something else. THAT voice says I am lazy, ugly, old, fundamentally flawed, and that I will never succeed and that no one will ever love me.
The question is: Which voice do I choose to believe?
The answer to that question determines almost all of my results. The voice I choose to listen to sets up my attitude for the day. It impacts my energy level, my openness in my relationships, how much love I feel I have to give, and how much love I’m willing to receive. My creativity. My risk tolerance. My general feelings of well being.
In short, whichever voice wins determines my world.
What’s great about this dilemma is that I actually do get to choose which voice to believe. AND, if I choose to listen to Voice Number One often enough, Voice Number Two loses it’s magnificent power. Not to say it doesn’t still try to gain a foothold. But it seems less likely that it MUST BE TRUE, what that voice is saying.
I’m thinking I’m not alone here, and that you probably have these dueling voices in your head, too. What do you want to believe about yourself?
Reminds me of that commercial: What’s in your wallet?