Mind Speaking


The introspective connection between yourself speaking from within, and talking to yourself. Being a friend to yourself and speaking while thinking. Or maybe talking reading another mind's processes with your mind and exchanging thoughts without words or gestures.

Mind speaking

You may look weird to many people, but there is a lot unique to your personality trait and the new technology, in place. Being straight to the point and thinking before and while speaking is challenging.

The introvert's very personality trait is characterized by talking to the self. People with this trait are highly intelligent. They tend to be occupied with their thoughts and enjoy being alone observing and analyzing their physical world with their minds.

Think of the moment you read a text and you say it silently as you think about it to understand it clearly. Your mind processes its meaning with an inner voice.

Your mind flies higher than you could follow it and catch up with your words and actions.

Mind Speaking to Enhance Social Interaction.

  • Read as much as you can to improve connecting ideas with sentences.
  • Use simple words and normal sentences familiar to the people.
  • Understand yourself and learn how your thinking process affects your speaking process. 
  • Improve at expressing yourself clearly and simply, because each one of us is different at self-expression due to life experience and personal traits which affect mental processes while speaking.
  • Avoid overthinking. 
  • Write down your thoughts and reflect on them. This can help you understand them and express them clearly.

As an introvert, you are more likely to speak your mind through writing. Imagination and writing work very well as you try to communicate with yourself to the world.

You may see the world's colors in your imagination, but still, you dream about something else happening to someone and yourself.

Your vision is your guidance, if you are brave enough to get straight to its reality, then speak it out simply.

The easiest way of expressing our ideas from an analytical point of view and being understood is through speaking. We can do so by speaking our minds.

​Benefits of Mind Speaking.

  • Speak Your Mind helps young adults to develop effective communication skills.
  • People who talk to themselves can figure out solutions by analyzing the situations without help.
  • Talking to yourself helps your mind to get ready for stressful times. Helping to face the situation with courage and confidence.
  • Mind speaking helps to achieve goals by simply memorizing the key points of the plan and therefore getting straight to what is important at the moment.

  • Mind speaking can help us know ourselves better and therefore get through different life situations easily. Life has ups and downs, so knowing ourselves better through talking to ourselves helps a lot to cope.
  • Mind speaking helps to talk to yourself and therefore express a positive attitude towards yourself, therefore reducing stress and improving health.
  • Mind speaking helps to analyze the situation and therefore encourages high self-esteem.

Nevertheless, based on technology, mind speaking in a way of brain-to-brain communication via the internet without talking or gesturing will be possible shortly.

Scientists are working on two brain technologies electroencephalogram (EEG) and robot-assisted and image-guided transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) to find the possibility of transmitting information across the vast distance between two brains by reading out their brain activity from one to another.

Mind speaking, if the brain speaks to imagine, then imagination is the product of the thinking mind. Our actions are a reflection of what is happening in ourselves with our minds. 

Communicating it effectively is a process of realizing imaginative wonders. The connection between actions and words is speaking the mind.


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