Internal Dialogue Quotes

Quotes tagged as "internal-dialogue" (showing 1-12 of 12)
Kunal  Sen
“In your rare embrace, sometimes I am lost nowadays. In these years, you have changed. I have changed. Every single day, we’re fighting our feuds silently; inventing devious ways to hurt one another. Our gazes keep to our feet: wavering, pirouetting and crisscrossing, so as to not stumble, even inadvertently, upon each other. Our windows look out at other windows looking in at us. Mynahs no longer come by in our balconies. Branches, not of a mango tree, but of a conglomerate, surround them instead. The silhouettes of concrete buildings sometimes shine in the rain's aftermath, but remain concrete. Today, as the Ganga rises and rages all over the city, people run for their lives, but I let it wash over my soul and flood my tears.’
('Left from Dhakeshwari')”
Kunal Sen

Kunal  Sen
“She had been hesitant the first night, right before she had launched into him like a wild animal. The imprint of her violence had lasted on him well until the morning and while he had been hurt, he had loved the fact that she was into him, that she lusted after him fanatically, that she scratched him, wept on him, bit him and he was grateful that she let him see her like that: unhinged, throbbing and warm-skinned. She was powerful and thus ironically all the more defenceless in surrender. At times he felt as though she truly hated him, hated him for making her feel like this, for having to condescend herself just by wanting him. He felt as though she was warning him constantly through her seething, hurtling silence; to not let her down after she had disclosed so much of her soul to him. Her insecurities, her memories, her fetishes, her scent, her limbs; they had all been laid-bare in front of him and as he lay there next to the girl whose chest heaved and fell like the meter of a ghazal, he fell in love with that girl and her bundle of contradictions.’
('Left from Dhakeshwari')”
Kunal Sen

S.C. Parris
“Tears fled her eyes as she ran, and they slid into her ears, but she did not wipe them, no, she pressed forward through the many trees, keeping her eyes upon the large shadow that flew forward, almost guiding her out of the woods, but that was preposterous – so why am I following it?
What do you mean why are you following it? It’s the only thing that’s putting distance between you and those...monsters back there!
But what about Lord Delacroix?
What the devil about him?
He tried to keep you safe – he truly did attempt to save you—
And what did that get him? Crushed by a damned Lycan – again!
But I should still go back to save him....
I should keep moving!
But he’s saved my life – I can’t let him die!
Technically, he’s already dead, Alexi....
Goddamn it all!
Run – run now – come back when you’re safe!
Come back? With who?!
Help, of course!
Where on Earth am I going to find help?!”
S.C. Parris, The Immortal's Guide

“We are all either conditioned by belief system or consciousness. Belief system is built through the world, consciousness is built from within.”
Matthew Donnelly

“When there is complete peace of mind when the outer world is chaotic you will truly be free.”
Matthew Donnelly

“Why can't this family let us make our own life decisions?”
Evelyn Smith, The Summer of Secrets

Rachel Spangler
“She swore this time around she'd listen to her instincts, and right now they told her to be careful. She'd had to fight hard for everything she had, and risking everything for a little fun didn't seem wise.”
Rachel Spangler, Heart of the Game

Bev Flynn
“Unpublished.




What if I, revealed these feelings
private pieces, cast… at stranger’s eyes
exposing sober thought, and truth
as sentiments, lie deep
interred, inside of me… should they come alive?

Unconsciously
to never share, that essence... safe, in mind

Restlessness wordplay, stills me
I was born… unsettled

Through my rage, of self-indulgence
all… those chosen things, I hide
deep and unexposed
stay inconsolable… within the inside”
Bev Flynn, Wordmotifs... and Waterlines

Théun Mares
“Stopping the internal dialogue is the singularly most important act an apprentice must accomplish in order to unlock his or her full potential as a magical being.”
Théun Mares, Cry of the Eagle: The Toltec Teachings Volume 2

Théun Mares
“Internal dialogue is the sum total of all mental and emotional activity directed at maintaining our view of the world.”
Théun Mares, Cry of the Eagle: The Toltec Teachings Volume 2

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