Medea’s Weekly Tonic for Mind Body & Soul: Good and meaningful communications starts with inner dialogue

Good and meaningful communications is key to any successful relationship, but the communications that we often take for granted or forget even is the one that we have with our own internal being. Dialogue is crucial to developing a solid relationship with ourselves. It’s not so much that you have a non-stop conversation with yourself, it is more of a checking-in or the “show mes” as it were – the “show me what I need to know about this situation/this person I’m dealing with/what I need to do”. This is a way of acknowledging your inner guidance system and that you desire your own guidance system’s direction in life. There are numerous ways we can strengthen communications with our inner being – divination tools including tarot cards and oracle decks are some of the best ways to gain further clarity on life situations we find ourselves dealing with. Meditation is also a great way to silence external noise, so you can be more aware of yourself. Writing is also another way that your inner being may communicate – sit with pen and paper and just write whatever comes in that moment. What is key to developing our relationship with our inner beings is that we keep the “communication lines” open and remember to instigate communications also. We have become so accustomed to the external world and the focus on external stimuli, so then now we must retrain ourselves to listen to what comes from within us, communicate with what’s within us, and articulate to others what comes from within us.


2 responses to “Medea’s Weekly Tonic for Mind Body & Soul: Good and meaningful communications starts with inner dialogue”

  1. Thank you for the timely reminder 🙏

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      Rosalind Medea

      You’re welcome

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