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asif_ridwan
asif_ridwan Mar 15 2012, 1:02pm said:

Hell yah! I also sometimes talk to myself!

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feillyne
feillyne Mar 17 2012, 9:23am replied:

Well the picture should rather say "Self-Think" because that form of "self-talk" was meant.

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Metaltooth
Metaltooth May 16 2012, 12:16pm said:

Hmm, I self think alot, then I get into arguments with myself and lose.

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feillyne
feillyne May 22 2012, 9:36pm replied:

Hahahah. Hardest to win with yourself, isn't it?

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Metaltooth
Metaltooth Jun 6 2012, 12:48pm replied:

I know, that guy knows everything I'm gonna say! I think he might be a stalker.

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Self-talk and your personal belief system: Dailynews.lk

Toltecs knew the whole self-talk as Inner Dialogue.

Inner Dialogue is simply yourself thinking ("talking") to yourself. We constantly judge who's and what's around us, plan what to do, etc. It all involves thinking.

Toltecs aimed to stop the inner dialogue / self-talk, to stop thinking. Why? The answer is very simple.

Their aim was to concentrate on the reality and all of the reality.

Normally we spend much energy into thoughts and various mental processes, sometimes completely forgetting about surroundings.
We "look" at the reality rather than observe, and observe with too much thinking rather than observe without thinking, without judging.

If you avoid judging yourself and everybody, you can get to the point when you know somebody for what they are instead of thinking what they are to you or how they appear to you.

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