This is what contemplative prayer lends itself to.
When we sit with the intention of connecting to our indwelling spirit, we quiet the analytical mind, turn our inner ear towards the divine, and come into contact with a certain kind of inner stirring.
Mystics call this stirring of sorts God’s presence and action within. It’s swirling around right now in your belly underneath the human-made amygdala-triggered tension that may be there.
God speaks with no words and yearns not for your mental approval, but for the acknowledgement of your heart and the raw action of your feet, hands, and voice.
Can you feel it swirling around in there? What is God whispering to you right now?
No need to try putting language to it. But it might be worth your while to sit down and at least have a listen…