The words we use in our daily lives are effective. They can either break or create relationships with ourselves and others. Self-awareness is our self-talk is one of the strongest ways of self-love and self-compassion. Let us make a wise choice of our phrases.
The correct words spoken in the correct way will bring us happiness, wealth, and appreciation, while the wrong words — or even the appropriate language is spoken in the wrong way — may lead to a country at war. If we want to accomplish our ideas and implement our visions to reality, we must cautiously organize our voice.
And don't neglect today that a kind word can be used to mean strength over someone's life. And it will add power to those who can't find it inside themselves.
Without language, an idea will never be a reality. This is what that we have been told throughout history, which talks of 'God'—whatever a word may imply to you—saying 'let there be light' and thereby providing light.
So, what can we gain from all this? Are we meant to choose the very best words in a way to construct our very best essence?
Our perceptions also have an effect on what we represent in our lives. Yet it can be said that the true force lies in our voices. It is our words that are the brazen expression of our deepest feelings.
They are a sign to the world that we see people, our lives, and ourselves. It is this impactful confirmation that our words offer that encourages our thoughts to express themselves in reality. Then why are we deciding to exploit our most valuable asset?
As a culture, we are trained to speak about our sufferings and troubles. We take our impressions of events, of people and of ourselves, and express them to the world, putting them into reality.
So with that fact, when we are complaining or talking about our lives to someone, we are placing some harsh terms out there to make it a reality. When you utter something loud enough times, your statements become the reality, not just in your own view, but in the thoughts of all of you, too.
If that's so, then question yourself — do you really want to convince yourself and everybody else you know you are unhappy in love, bad, depressed, lonely, or whatever else you are worried about? Specifically, now that you know that these are the very keywords that make up the life that you live?
Start picking the words you say deliberately. Experience better self-awareness of the words you use to describe yourself and your life. Poor, weak terms like 'can't, 'won't,' 'shouldn't' and 'don't' all need to be prevented. They rob you of your right to build the life you want to live.
As the maker of your world, that's what you mean. So next time you mess up on using insulting words, recover command, and structure your word choices so that they have a much more beneficial effect on life.
For example, if you would normally say things like 'I am unhealthy and overweight,' then why not twist this into a more effective, productive comment like 'I am in the process of being healthier, and every day I get closer and closer to my ideal weight.'
Your words are the painting in which you depict your truth. Choose these words carefully and confidently to build a truth that is right for you. Your words are the painting in which you depict your truth. Choose these words carefully and confidently to build a truth that is right for you.
State who you are, your goals, your desires, and your achievements with two of the most important words a human will ever express – 'I am.'
These two little but extremely strong words can be considered the most valuable words you have in your whole dictionary. If we finish the term 'I am ...' describes who we are to ourselves and to those around us.
Yes, when you say 'I am...fat/lazy/shy' or 'I am...smart/confident/successful/happy,' this is the very reality that you make for yourself. It doesn't matter if there's any honesty in the language you utter, how you complete those two small words is how you describe your existence.
Then why don't you pick a better word for yourself? Know what you are and what you aspire to be, beginning each morning with a constructive encouragement starting with the magical words 'I Am.'
When we think about our position in life, talk impatiently, or use harsh terms, we generally do something from a position of panic. So, the first step you need to take to overcome this is to have greater self-awareness with the words you use.
Next time you open your mouth to argue or to put yourself or anyone down, ask yourself:
1.Why am I going to say this?
2.Is it going to help me or my happiness?
Ask yourself these two crucial questions, and you can no longer realize that you are simply acting out of panic. This is the feeling that you're not good enough, the feeling that you're in the wrong profession, the wrong choice, etc.
Most important, you will understand that by sharing your worries, you will do little about your satisfaction. Your thoughts will only make you feel bad and more deeply reflect these doubts in your mind.
Choose the words bravely, carefully, and sweetly. Often talk from a place of love; to yourself, to your life, and to others. Your words are directly linked to your universe, so use them carefully.
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