From WIKI; “squelch is a circuit function that acts to suppress the audio (or video) output of a receiver in the absence of a sufficiently strong desired input signal.”
I’m one of those types that likes to quiet the noise in my life. Much like the squelch nob on a radio allows the operator to get rid of unwanted noise, this next tip may do just that in your mind & thoughts.
Once again, I turn to a thoughtful video by Dr. Dain Heer. This time a simple question to encourage reflection on just where the noise in one’s life is coming from. Is it inside? Or from the world around you?
Here’s what you do. Next time you get hit with some thought, feeling, or emotion out of the blue, ask this simple question; “Who does this belong to?” If while pondering that question you 1) can’t resonate/find the noise within, or 2) the thought, feeling, or emotion seems to dissipate a bit… it may not be your “noise”. So go ahead and “Return to Sender”. You don’t have to know the origin of the noise coming from without, you can’t change it if you did. Now if upon pondering the noise, you believe it is something in your life, you could simply go through the POD’n POC’it exercise by Dr. Dain Heer I shared in another post and be done with it altogether.
: ) Thom