The Good

Stop Listening To The Voice Inside Your Head.


This isn’t about intuition, but rather another voice inside your head–a voice that lies.

It’s the voice inside your head that tells you that you aren’t good enough. It’s the voice that whispers don’t try. Unlike intuition it does not protect you from harm. Rather, it’s almost as if it tries to hold captive the part of you that longs for more–that both has a longing for success and the dreams to get there.

This voice wants to see that part of you suppressed. It wants to see it entangled in it’s web of lies. But why? Maybe we weren’t raised to believe in ourselves and we took it to heart–believing that at the end of the day we’re undeserving of the good. But then this voice, if this is the case, is not yours. It is theirs. It is anyone from your past that the sensitive being that you are took to heart and sadly believed.

But you’ve got to stop listening to it. You’ve got to stop giving it power. You are not this voice. It is not in control–you are. And no matter how much it wants you to believe there’s nothing you can do about it… it is wrong.

It’s time to start listening to you–the authentic you. Not the voice in your head that would rather suppress the good you know is inside of you.


If you liked this article, my first book The Dark Dictionary is available here via amazon. Please check it out and let me know what you think!

Andrew Kendall Profile



Andrew Kendall is a Southern California based author with a serious case of wanderlust. He is both an advocate for mental health and a lover of self-help books. Mesmerized at a young age by the world of magic created by J.K. Rowling, Andrew vowed to one day become an author himself in hopes that his words would inspire the lives of those around him. @andrewwrichard

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