Monday, January 11, 2016

The Power of Silence Can Help You Learn Dramatic #Truths

It is as important to cultivate your silent power as it is your word power.

William James

This I thought was interesting because I just read an exercise in "Writing on Both Sides of the Brain" by Henriette Anne Klauser. In the exercise one person is listening while the other person speaks, they do this for three minutes without the listening person saying anything other than yes, go on.

According to Ms. Klauser, it has a number of benefits not only to the person being listened to, but to the listener as well.

- reveals dramatic truths
- allows us to calm our mind and hone in on the problem
- helps you find the answers to your own problems

Silent power is skill worth developing.

Have an awesome day,


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