Nothing can stop the self-talk that flows endlessly through your mind.
Your inner voice is like that of a sports commentator who won't stop talking and refuses to go away. He relentlessly comments on how you play the game of life until the day you die.
Any attempt to squelch the inner voice is doomed to failure. It's a gift that never stops giving.
This voice from the past is in replay mode during all your waking hours. Escape from it is impossible, and there are no mental earplugs that can silence it. Drugs and alcohol may temporarily muffle and distort the sound, but when the chemicals wear off, the voice is still there.
Although you can't stop the inner voice, you can always influence it, and often can control what it has to say.
You must know what to say when your mind talks to you, and know what to say when you talk to your mind.
You have a lot of things to discuss with your mind, and everything you say needs to be positive.
If you don't like what you hear when your mind talks to you, you have the power to change the message.
The problem isn't the voice; it's what the voice is saying.
The Supreme Law of Change states that you can change who you are by changing what you put into your mind.
This law is incredibly powerful and makes your life better or worse depending upon what you put inside.
The law is irrevocable and unavoidable. You can't walk around it or escape from it. It's ever present and controls the outcome of your life.
The Supreme Law of Change hides in plain sight and is so obvious that hardly anyone pays attention to it.
Everyone has the opportunity to make their life better by putting good things into their mind.
Instead, people ruin their lives by polluting their minds with toxic waste. Their minds become full of anxiety and stress as they let Hollywood and the media dump the garbage in. Their dreams become nightmares because of what they allow inside.
If you want to have a positive mind, you absolutely must control what goes inside and make sure it is positive. There is no other way.
Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is clear.
You must do two things.
First, you must not allow toxic waste and garbage to enter your mind. This is a monumental task, because there is so much of it out there coming at you from so many different directions.
Second, you must fill your mind with positive things.
You are engaged in mortal mental combat, and who you are is at stake.
This isn't a game, and if you lose, then who you are dies.
The world will take you, compress you into a mold, give you permanent membership in the Life Long Disoriented, and who you are today will become a distant memory.
Would you like to break the back of negative thinking and have a consistently positive mind?
If your answer to this question is yes, you need to learn the Law of Positive Self-Talk and apply it to your life.
What is this law?
The Law of Positive Self-Talk states: "You can change the way you think and feel by changing what you say when you talk to your mind."
This law gives you the power to put positive things into your mind and push your inner voice in a positive direction.
You don't need to be constantly harangued by a negative inner voice that beats you down and makes you miserable.
You can change it so that it becomes positive and sends depression and mood disorders on their way.
You have the power to make your inner voice into your best friend rather than an irritating presence that you must endure.
If you don't like what you hear when your mind talks to you, use positive self-talk to change the message. It's that simple.
What role will self-talk play in your life?
Will it lift you up or pull you down?
Will it make your life easier or more difficult?
Will make make your life better or worse?
Will it take you to your dreams or nightmares?
What you say to your mind is your roadmap to the future. Each word takes you to specific destination.
If your self-talk is positive, it takes you to a positive one. If it's negative, it takes you where you don't want to go.
Self-talk gives you the power to control the focus of your mind. What you say to your mind pushes your thoughts in a specific direction, and you get to choose the direction. Be sure what you say takes you where you want to go.
Your mind is at the mercy of what you say to yourself. Your self-talk creates a mental focus that starts a cascade of new thoughts rushing through your mind.
The first time you use positive self-talk, it pushes your mind in a positive direction for only a few seconds. When you repeat it, your mind moves in a positive direction for minutes or even hours. If you consistently repeat postive self-talk, you can remain positive for the rest of your life.
If you want to learn more about positive self-talk, you can read the Programmer's Manual for Your Mind by Dr. Dave.