I never understood the full value of communication until I had to apply it in my marriage and family on a daily basis. With my husband and I coming from two totally different backgrounds and countries of origin; misunderstandings can easily slip into all out wars on an exchange of a couple words; that may or may not be intended in a heated moment. We got tired.
Then I read a book. How to Improve Your Marriage Without Talking About It. The perspective including the innate and primal reactions imbedded in both men and women was liberating. And, the key was actually NOT talking but understanding.
Words have energy, they are living things. Every thing we verbalise has the power to magnetically manifest whatever we say as reality.
Sometimes I wonder if it would have been easier if we were simply like machines. Then, we wouldn’t experience any pain, anger or disappointment and, of course, we wouldn’t have much scope to create negativity. Negative emotions are not what God intended for us; it’s not nature’s way.
But, we are communicators by nature, so how well we communicate our message depends entirely on the response we get from the Universe. We start the process of manifestation with our words. Words are the physical manifestation of our thoughts. The word you think or say creates a picture in your mind.
However, words are easier than thoughts to manipulate, and words create different kinds of thoughts, feelings and emotions. And since, emotions are the true connection with the Universe; so are the words with which we decide to have in our lives.
There are not bad or good words. There are only positive or negative words, depending on the meaning you give to them. There are low-energy words and high-energy words. When you hear or say a word that makes you feel good or bad, it is because that word is part of a program that you have saved in your subconscious mind and it matches with the word you hear or say and causes the emotion.
Ninety-five percent of the internal dialogue of a normal person is negative.
We use words every day of our lives. They come naturally to our mind and mouth and sometimes we don’t pay attention to them, so we are not aware of what we attract into our lives. But, if we just listen to what we are saying to ourselves and to others, we would be taking the first step to get back on track and create the lives we deserve.
The real power of words lies in the MEANING that the words have for you. The words trigger concepts, ideas, memories, situations, circumstances, actions, thoughts and feelings from the programs saved in your subconscious mind, transforming them into emotional responses.
Every idea that the world’s greatest composers, thinkers, writers, and sages ever thought are available to us now. We have the ability to access all ideas and knowledge of the universe. It’s simply a matter of gently letting go of the self-imposed blocks and limitations that we, ourselves, place upon ourselves when we project ourselves into this physical reality.
The same as a natural seed produces a harvest, so does God’s Word. When He speaks it, or we speak it as His children, we will see a result based on the type of seed we have sown. Very simply put, if we talk about lack, sickness, things we are angry about and problems most of the time, then the “word seeds” we are sowing will actually produce a harvest of more of the same.
On the other hand, if we choose to talk about provision, health, forgiveness, God’s goodness, and faithfulness, we are sowing seeds that will produce a good harvest.
Once we truly understand this principle and act accordingly, we can change our words and therefore we can change our lives.
Live and Learn. We All Do.
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