The quieter you become, the more you are able to hear.
What can you hear in the silence?
When you get absolutely silent, and all that you can hear is the rise and fall of your breath, a whole different world opens up at your disposal.
In such a space, we are connected to a far deeper range of perception than all that we might presume to be cognizant of, before the silence commences.
When we are able to retreat into our own sanctuary, we become receptive to understanding far greater truths than many of which we are readily experiencing in the course of our daily lives.
In the silence, the reciprocal version of you, which lives on the other side, and which communicates with you through emotion, is better able to deliver you invaluable insights and perspectives that are not so readily apparent in the course of our daily existence.
Through this perspective, we are able to visualize the components upon which our greater construction is made.
These variables are considerably more insightful, and as a result, more truthful, than some of the distortions upon which we rely, in the course of our day in and day out experiences.
The silence is a sanctuary that blocks out distraction and fully facilitates our own internal guidance system, which is extraordinarily capable of seeing as well as processing, so much of what goes unnoticed as we engage with our daily routine.
In the silence, we discover core truths about ourselves, about our feelings, and about our intuition, upon which we must rely, in order to survive in life.
We are prudent if we are leveraging this tremendous resource to our personal advantage, for within it lies one of the most potent and most prolific resources in our entire arsenal.
When you learn to champion your silence, you will emerge considerably more masterful, and as a direct result, find yourself more on top of your game than you ever have been before.