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Engaging the inner voice by Donald R. Koepke, MDiv, BCC

What is the inner voice? Some people experience it as conscience. Freudians might explain it as the Super Ego. For many, the inner voice sounds like one’s mother whispering in the ear. Individuals may refer to the inner voice as their feelings, random thoughts or memories, while still others experience it as a connection with the real self or even a Higher Being. Although everyone might interpret the purpose and source of this inner voice differently, all still encounter the voice within that guides, for good or ill, behaviors, beliefs and emotions.

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