Beware of your “Self Talk”
Posted on October 27, 2012
According to Burley-Allen (1995) “When we listen to ourselves we can increase our self awareness and begin to understand why we behave the way that we do. Early in life we formulate beliefs that affect how we behave, those beliefs then influence how we talk to ourselves”. (pp. 88)
On this day, I would like to stress the importance of (negative/positive) self talk. Our internal thought process not only affects the way we behave and the way we feel but it can also be a major contributor to lack of productivity in our lives. When thinking back over my life experiences and how they have affected me, I am reminded of the following scripture and chose it to mediate on this week;
Romans 12:2 NIV
Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and prove what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.
I find this scripture important because in order to respond not only to others in a proper manner but to myself (through positive self talk) I need to renew those thoughts of old therefore renewing my mind and adapting a better thought process in line with the word of God.
My Prayer: Lord help me to live a renewed life and not one according to the world’s patterns. Help me to process information and revelation in a healthy manner, one in which you will be glorified in my life.
Reblogged this on Janie Williams Brown.
Good article and transformation.