GETTING PAST THE JIBBER JABBER by Bryan Moss

What do I mean by getting past the jibber jabber? You know, the brain noise. The, what seems like to be, 5 zillion voices demanding dominance inside our 3D skulls. The voice of reason..whatever THAT is. The ‘critical inner voice’ (which was the topic of the previous blog about the critical inner voice), the self pronounced decision maker. The self-acclaimed ruler with enough voices to drive a ventriloquist mad. I know I’ve been, and still am from time to time, the puppet to my Ego’s** ventriloquist act.

**Definition of Ego in this blog:——-> Ego = ALL voices inside of your thinking Head/Mind, brain noise, jibber jabber, the countless decisions, the countless answers, the even more countless unanswered questions, the second guessing, the judge, the executioner…get the picture?

What to do when presented with multiple options to mull over, or the opposite happens, a decision has to be made that instant? I’ve found that both may be resolved with the same simple solution. Now it doesn’t get rid of the brain noise. Actually part of this solution is ALLOWING the Ego’s jibber jabber talk away. It’s going to anyway. Please take my word for it. Use my blood, sweat and tears of years of trying to eradicate the Ego. Myself, and others, have come to a realization the mind doesn’t need to have a solution to anything. I could write a long 1000 word article on this but I can’t stand long winded ‘anythings’ when explanations can be short and sweet.

How to get past the jibber jabber?

The secret is under your nose. It’s your Heart. Your Heart’s brain. Others describe it as a ‘hunch’, ‘gut feeling’, ‘instinct’, ‘a knowing’…you know what I mean. It’s that first, initial nano-second of a thought the appears right before the brain noise invades. I try to use my Heart’s FEELINGS to make my choices. That gut feeling…does it feel like the right thing to do? Or, in spite of a mountain of evidence supporting it, does it FEEL funny? Funny as in….I should walk away from it? Or do nothing and be still and sit with it?

Yes. It’s scientifically proven the Heart has a brain of it’s own, separate from the cranial’s brain. There are cells in the Heart that can communicate to everything within the body on it’s own. Unlike the thinking brain upstairs, the Heart’s brain can discern decisions more accurately through feeling from our innate, born given, divinity of Love. Don’t get me wrong. This takes practice. Practice to stop the knee jerk reactions programmed into us. Practice to allow yourself to fail and learn through trial and error by listening to your Heart. Practice to place your trust in your Heart, not in the ‘rational’ thinking in your head. Though simple and effective, it means to practice, practice, and more practice in going with your Heart. The brain noise is going to try to out fox you, put doubt in you, give you every reason to listen to it. The trick is NOT to ignore it. Let it rant and rave. I know when I finally accepted the fact that the Ego is hard wired in me and just as much a part of me as my left arm, I accepted it and let it blah, blah, blah on and on. I envision ‘little Bryan’/Ego sitting in a corner, like a classroom in my mind just whining away. Over time, as I practice going with my Heart, the Ego’s noise is more in the background and not as annoying.

The truest answers are the simplest. What’s sad is that it’s the simple answers no one is willing to believe and try. We’re all programmed  to make everything difficult with lots of steps and rituals. We feel like we’re not worthy unless we go through a ‘test’ to prove our worthiness for any answers.

Keep it simple.

Go past the jibber jabber. End the insanity and dare to go a different path. Decide from your Heart. There’s a saying I go to all the time, “Simplicity is the highest form of art”. The Heart is my art on that canvas. I try to keep the lines simple. I suggest you do the same. It can help you get past the jibber jabber.

One Reply to “GETTING PAST THE JIBBER JABBER by Bryan Moss”

  1. Wow, this really resonates with me. Great stuff. Exactly what I need to work on. Over thinking, over analyzing and not trusting my heart, gotta start trusting again. After being gaslit and survived and recovering, it’s hard to trust as I feel that I failed so badly to have allowed myself to end up in that situation, long story, doesn’t matter. Point is, I need to work on turning up the volume ( or paying attention ) to my heart! Thank you for this 💜

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