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Monday, February 28, 2011

Tune In to Your Inner Music

"We rarely hear the inward music, but we're all dancing to it nevertheless."

~Rumi

We are all guided, whether we realize it or not, by our inner, often unconscious thoughts, feelings, beliefs and passions.  Realizing that you are responding to that inner music, and beginning to "tune in" to it allows you to utilize that resource in a greater way.  When you do that, you enhance your ability to live fully and meaningfully.  It is the inner music that moves you toward your Life's Purpose. It is the song that you can share with others to create even greater harmony.

This week:  Take some time to tune in to your inner music.  What thoughts drift through your mind when you are alone?  What passions do you want to share?  When do you feel and act your very best?  When do you hear that still, small voice urging you to listen?  What themes show up repeatedly in your life?  If you knew what it was, what would you want to call the song of YOUR life?  Notice where your thoughts lead you.  Allow yourself to follow these new paths, even if only for this one week.

Linda Pucci, Ph.D. is a psychologist, life coach and creator of the Discover Your Life's Purpose program, a 7 step self help audio CD and workbook program to help you discover your life's purpose.  She is an expert at helping people tune in to their unconscious beliefs and their inner music.  For more information, go to http://www.innerresourcecenter.com/

4 comments:

buildingconfidentleaders.com said...

I think the song I like to believe I hear - and I hope others hear in themselves - is "I am molded for a purpose."

Thanks Linda for making us think on this.
Jeff

Mary Ellen said...

Thank you Linda. Reminds me of Thoreau."If a man loses pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured, or far away."

gregg said...

Thanks Linda
This is so hard for me to do sometimes...slow down and really listen to my inner voice
thanks for sharing

Sue Painter said...

Inner music and inner voices are the hardest to hear but the most profound to listen to. :-)