I’ve never been any different. Ever since I was a small child I’ve always internalised my thoughts, not because I was manic or self-obsessed with things, but because it was my way of understanding my life.
Not everyone who internalises will know how to talk outwardly about how they feel, but I believe it’s a pretty good place to start. I think more of us should do it. Internalising our thoughts allows us to make things right, not only for us and those we share our lives with, but in a world and an environment that can sometimes be less than.
Internalising our thoughts can bring some new understanding. Internalising our thoughts and feelings help us understand everything we need to know about our life, our childhood and in doing so may make our life easier. For me, it was a place I would go to, a place that didn’t judge, a place that was warm and gentle without complication or interference.
Without internalising I would never have gone on to understand why things happened the way they did. The more we internalise, the more we understand, the more we come to terms with and accept, the more we let things go.