Make Peace with Your Conflicting Voices - Practical Tips for Inner Calm

3 Suprisingly Practical Tips for Inner Calm Now...


Who's most popular? Who makes the most money? Who's the best parent ?

Who is the biggest star? Who has the most clients? Who is more spiritual?

Who's most honest? Who's right?

Too many questions makes me nauseous!

Gulp, it's scary to write this, not sure whether it's an act of courage or stupidity. In the interest of being real, I'll go ahead and take my chances.

Competition. The Western world is founded upon it. Our value system is based upon it and the entire way we learn to express ourselves, from the time we are young children is based upon it. More is better. Really?

Perhaps you were a free spirited child who loved to sing and dance wildly down the streets, but you grew up in a "proper" family where etiquette and manners were the most important order of the day. Instead of whistling dixie, you were told "children are to be seen and not heard". Your beautifully frivolous songs were met with " You're making too much noise!"

So you learn to adapt your communication to "get along" and succeed in your surroundings. What happens when your heart lives on a different page in a different reality? Your true voice ends up going underground. Your heart goes undercover.

What does all this have to do with competition? Alot.

Who's most popular? Who makes the most money? Who's the best parent ?

Who is the biggest star? Who has the most clients? Who is more spiritual?

Who's most honest? Who's right?

Too many questions makes me nauseous!

Gulp, it's scary to write this, not sure whether it's an act of courage or stupidity. In the interest of being real, I'll go ahead and take my chances.

Competition. The Western world is founded upon it. Our value system is based upon it and the entire way we learn to express ourselves, from the time we are young children is based upon it. More is better. Really?

Perhaps you were a free spirited child who loved to sing and dance wildly down the streets, but you grew up in a "proper" family where etiquette and manners were the most important order of the day. Instead of whistling dixie, you were told "children are to be seen and not heard". Your beautifully frivolous songs were met with " You're making too much noise!"

So you learn to adapt your communication to "get along" and succeed in your surroundings. What happens when your heart lives on a different page in a different reality? Your true voice ends up going underground. Your heart goes undercover.

What does all this have to do with competition? Alot.
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