Many recent empirical studies show that language use shapes human thoughts, but studies of behavior and consciousness do not discuss language.
Most inner speech relies on the same brain regions as surface language. When vocalized, the inner speech becomes flesh and blood, echoed cultivated in yourself.
Inner speech is the key to learning as it involves working memory and essential language functions such as reading, writing, speaking and listening.
We process more than 300 million lines in life. We communicate with the self in our inner speech. One-fourth to one-third of all thoughts is inner speech.
You cry because you’re sad. In reality, though, it’s the other way around. The body works through interaction with the environment. You’re sad because you cry.
Thank your voice!. Words are a physical movement of the voice, a series of sounds woven between your conscious and subconscious. We work together, amazingly.
How can we add different things? Why can we count? We can forget about such small things and abstract them as “things.” When you count, you treat them equally.
A breath is the window to regulate the body and the mind. Strengthen the respiratory muscles. Breathing brings peace. Slowly breathe out, breathe in.
Everywhere you go, it’s all about getting. Your mind is full. It makes you off-balance. Life is in the giving. When you say it out loud, you feel relieved.
Empatheme method generates, records, and reflects on the behavior of the adaptive unconscious, which is inherent in human beings. Cultivate your liminal space.