I meet a lot of people who argue in their heads. Actually they don't just argue, they spend hours arguing with themselves. I am intensely curious about this. Does it get worse dependent upon your childhood, your attitude, your soul group, your understanding or is just the plain fact there is two parts of our brains, left side and right side and with these sides do they have their own personalities? In the Universal law of Balance there needs to be two, one of each to have a balance. Good/Bad, Happy/Sad, these are balances. It is therefore no surprise to me that there is two distinct pieces to our brains. In the Universal law of balance it makes perfect sense.
In a discussion with Tobias the other day, I was asking when we were born, were we in complete balance? His answer was yes, born in complete balance. However, part of our learning and understanding here on the earth plane is about keeping things in balance. If we eat too much, we get fat, out of balance. If we drink too much, (do I really need to answer) out of balance (literally). Across the board emotionally, if we are too unhappy, our lives get out of balance. Work too much, not enough play, out of balance. It's a very simple theory really.
However, when it comes to brains I wondered what happened. I see people all the time who are two distinct people. On one side, Miss or Mr Safe and Practical...." Oohhh no, no, don't do that, what if it blows up, falls off, you regret it?" and the other side.... Wheee Loose cannon material. "Com'on let's go and do something completely random... Woot Woot, com'on!". These people have managed through the course of their lives to split into these personalities. But wait, there's more... (No steak knives, apologies). These are not the only personality mixes, there are a whole lot more as well.
I questioned Tobias as to why this happens when we are born so special and so complex, why it can happen so badly in some people, and trust me, if you have split into three or four personalities, you are getting into trouble, the arguing in your head will be intense. Tobias says it is a defence mechanism. If you are say a "Bubble child", and I will explain, you would have been a child that was content to live in a world of your own, huge imagination, away with the faeries all the time. Your parents endlessly frustrated with your lack of interest in chores and current life. Then you would have started to split relatively young. One part of you would have tried to conform to "fitting into" society, what your parents wanted for you, while the other part of you continued to try to just be you, the special person that you are. Over a period of time, Tobias tells me that the "split" becomes cemented and as you grow to adulthood you are conscious of arguing more and more with yourself. To the point in some people that they feel incapable of making a decision without one side of them pointing out all the potential faults and flaws all the time. They get exhausted.
So if you were a set of scales, you would be able to see that you have truly become out of balance. In a world where the scales are out of balance full stop, there is a need to rectify the situation hugely and the best place to start? Well why not with you? First step Tobias says is to recognise that there is two of you, (in some cases three or four) but lets just start with that irritating voice that points out that if you take the job, you could be making a mistake. Boy, I hate that one. (Note, Tobias is laughing).
Anyway, get a piece of paper, and for every negative that the voice comes up with (and this is across the board, not just a job scenario), add a positive. Now this may take a brain stretch, you have been allowing your two halves to argue for a looooong time, counter every negative with a positive until the irritating voice runs out of options and shuts the hell up. It will trust me. What you are doing is restablishing BALANCE. You are re-teaching your brain, the other options. I have a really bad habit of saying in my head to that voice now, "I thought of that, hey but thanks for telling me". Stops it in mid stride... Not going there.
Slowly but surely you will bring balance back into your way of thinking. Tobias wants you to have a think about it. He says rarely will you start with a positive and reverse it... In the conformity of society and what we have been inadvertently taught by our parents, is to look for the negative first.... Bring back the balance into your thinking, think too much and you over think it and whee out of balance, and if you work too hard, bring back the balance of play. All I ask is to have a think about it, look at the balances in your own brain, which voice do you listen to the most? Is the balance there? How much do you doubt yourself? Understand this is your own brain, you owe it to you to look at the balance of your mind.
On the upside, one side of my brain says "Rubbish" the other side, "Interesting"... Com'on brain, play nice....