How Much Of This Quote Do You Agree With?

August 19, 2014

Your subconscious mind holds your short term memory and plays a key role in your day to day functioning.

Your subconscious filters out the unnecessary information and delivers only what is needed at that moment, and is constantly at work staying very aware of your surroundings every moment. The Amygdala is part of the subconscious mind and deals with emotions, memory processing, and how we react to fear and stress triggers. Research now shows that it is in fact possible to talk to the amygdala during hypnosis, this completely relaxes the stress response and calms the nervous system so that your immune system and body can heal and rebuild. When the conscious and subconscious mind are working in harmony, the mind becomes productive, creative and healthy in its endeavors. However when this harmony is unbalanced the mind becomes dysfunctional and leads to a destructive collapse. So with that quick update on how our minds function let’s get to the fun part:

Would you agree that the quitest of people usually have the loudest minds?  Share your thoughts in the comment section below?

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6 comments on “How Much Of This Quote Do You Agree With?

  1. David Aug 29, 2014

    I have to agree with it 100%, I know some people who are quiet but I know that they have a loud mind. Heck, even I am a bit quiet, But I am only that because I like to be loud inside my head.

  2. Sheikh Aug 29, 2014

    I think it’s a great quote, I also believe it is right too.

    I think that a lot of people have a loud mind but never feel they have to express it to the public.

    • The smartest people are the shy ones while the dumb ones are the ones who always speak up. It’s time the quiet ones spoke their mind and realized judgement from others is meaningless.

  3. Excellent information, as always. Thank you for sharing so much wisdom. Your blog always get my mind buzzing with lots of new ideas.

    I really enjoyed the information about the Amygdala and how it is part of the subconscious mind dealing with emotions, memory processing, and how we react to fear and stress triggers.

    I also believe when the subconscious and conscious minds are out of sync everything starts to fall apart.

    As far as the question “Would you agree that the quitest of people usually have the loudest minds?”

    I think there are always exceptions to every rule. I do think the majority of people who are very quiet, do have loud minds. Many of my friends and acquaintances who are software engineers, technology experts and scientists do tend to be more quiet than my acquaintances and friends who aren’t in those fields.

    I have also noticed some of my most brilliant peers who are quiet may also tend to physically fidget. They tap their fingers, hands, feet and jiggle their legs. Have you ever noticed that trend with quiet people? Could that be a reflection of their loud minds?

    Thanks again for triggering new thoughts.

    • Aug 31, 2014

      Mental fatigue can certainly trigger external fidgety movements, and they all differ as you mentioned. An important thing to keep in mind when it comes to anxiety is it’s almost always suppressed and not expressed. The more productive tools we can find to express the anxiety, the less mental fatigue one will experience.