From young, I can always hear songs in my head. No, not that I am hearing things. I could hear myself singing to myself, in my head. Not aloud. Sometimes I don't even realised that I am doing it.
After many years in Sahaja Yoga, it dawned upon me that this is also part of attention. Where is our attention? When there is singing in my head, there is no thoughtless awareness.
So, I did a test to see where my attention goes. I found that sometimes that particular song in my head reflect my psychological being, about what are currently in my thoughts. And the song only starts in the morning. Based on this finding, I can judge where my attention goes, eventhough I told myself no thoughts. It was quite an interesting experience.
On Wednesday morning, I started singing Whitney Houston song, 'Greatest Love of All' in the shower. It started in my mind softly and I ended it loudly. It's the lyrics. Pay attention to the lyrics.
"Greatest Love Of All"