Talking out loud helps spell out your intentions, and provides clarity.
Talking out loud about a problem allows you to better understand the problem, provides a certain detached view of the problem by framing it differently and can help identify possible solutions.
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From Ancient Greece and Rome to 19th century Germany, the idea of using speech as a thinking methodology has been observed and documented.
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Popular books on the law of attraction and the power of the subconscious mind highlight the fact that speaking aloud is a direct way of attracting something from the universe, whether it is favourable to us or not.
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