When to Let the Words Dance in Your Mind

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Perhaps people have told you that you overthink things. In that case, if they’re right, then less thinking and more action is required. Maybe they’ve said that you’re stuck in your head. It can be better to live from your heart.

As a qualified overthinker, I’ve seen that the distance between my head and my heart can be the largest one to travel. And it isn’t always easy to connect the two. It’s a task that I’ve often considered to be impossible.

Yet I know that there is hope. Even when a situation looks hopeless, there is always hope.

If you look for answers with the mindset that the answers are available to you, then you will find them. It might take longer than you expect and the answers may show up in ways that you may not recognize them, but they will show up.

I say this for your encouragement as much as for my own.

So, when should you let the words dance in your mind?

At the risk of vastly oversimplifying things, you should let the words dance in your mind as long as they are helpful for you. If they are not helpful, then it might be necessary to learn and apply techniques like the no thought meditation technique.

Sometimes you can increase your mental strength by clearing away the mental chatter, even for a very short period of time. I’ve done the no thought technique multiple times, and I recommend it. You can find free tutorial videos for it online.

Meanwhile, enjoy the following lyrics:

“Let the Words Dance” lyrics by James Barnett

Let the words dance
In the chambers and the corners of my mind
Searching for the answers
That haven’t always seemed so easy to find
Feels like I keep on running out of time
Oh, what am I to do
I’m still looking for the answers that are true
Hey, hey, hey, woo hoo hoo

Why don’t I loosen up and have some fun instead
Tilt my head back and laugh a little bit
Have some irreverence for this sorry state I’m in
Nothing much worth getting upset about
No point really in counting like I’m out
Release my sorrows
And let them wash away
Hey, hey, hey, woo hoo hoo

My back hurts as if I carry a heavy weight
Would this boulder that I’ve got on me
Simply roll away
Oh, would it simply fall away
And set me free at last
I wonder if this pain will ever pass
Do I get to be somehow like I haven’t been before
Hey, hey, hey, woo hoo hoo

Let the words dance
In the chambers and the corners of my mind
Searching for the answers
That haven’t always seemed so easy to find
Feels like I keep on running out of time
Oh, what am I to do
I’m still looking for the answers that are true
Hey, hey, hey, woo hoo hoo

Slowly or suddenly, the boulder rolls away
I make sure that I don’t fall along with it
Got a great foothold
Got a great grip
I hear the boulder bounding
Down the mountain face
It’s like I can finally breathe again
For the very first time
That will certainly help
As I continue with the climb
Hey, hey, hey, woo hoo hoo

I embrace the unfamiliar
I’m longing for the changes to show greatness
That sweet blast of transformation
Waking me up in the dream
I’m lucid now, more than I’ve ever been
I fly, I heal, I lead and advise
I leap and dance and smile and sing
Hey, hey, hey, woo hoo hoo

Let the words dance
In the chambers and the corners of my mind
Searching for the answers
That haven’t always seemed so easy to find
Feels like I keep on running out of time
Oh, what am I to do
I’m still looking for the answers that are true
Hey, hey, hey, woo hoo hoo

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Until next time,

James Barnett

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2 thoughts on “When to Let the Words Dance in Your Mind”

  1. What beautiful words to have resonated in all corners of my mind. What a reminder to clear the chatter, and for me the clutter, by having beautiful words like this dancing in my mind for the day.

    Thanks for this.

    Cheers
    JoAnne

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