Updated: Sep 10, 2019
Have we ever wondered what WORDS can do?
Words can change our life, alter our personality and can create magic in our Life… I personally experienced this magic when my husband introduced me to the beautiful concept of ‘Law of Attraction’. What we visualize, verbalize through the power of words, we actually realize it in our lives. Hence sharing some of the insights through my personal experience…
Words are mirror to one’s personality. The words a person uses while speaking or writing reflect his or her inner persona. Words add meaning to one’s inner inhibitions, emotions, feelings and characteristics. Words not only indicate whether a person is educated, cultured, kind or venal, they also demonstrate whether his or her thoughts are constructive or destructive, pessimistic or optimistic, motivating or demotivating.
The choice of words and their tone or tenor deeply impact any relationship and its longevity. The dynamism and intensity of any relationship depends upon the words chosen and spoken.
Words have a resonating effect on our subconscious mind.
Words are the true harbingers of peace and prosperity in our life; they add beauty, purpose and meaning to our life. When surrounded by the darkness of despair and doom, positive words can be a ray of hope in that hour of misery. Words are the creator. Without words, a thought can never become a reality. If we go down the memory lane, human history is full of examples of how some exemplary men and women with their powerful words and speeches have changed the course of history such as Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther, Abraham Lincoln, Adolf Hitler, Nelson Mandela, Julius Caesar, Fidel Castro, Cleopatra, Lakshmibai-the Rani of Jhansi, Joan of Arc, Indira Gandhi, Margaret Thatcher.
Our thoughts also impact what we manifest in our lives – but it can be argued that the real power lies within our words. It is our words that provide a bold affirmation of our innermost thoughts. They are a confirmation to the world of how we see others, our lives and ourselves. It is this powerful affirmation that our words provide which enables our thoughts to manifest into a reality.
So why do we choose to misuse our most powerful asset?
Practice improves self-awareness over the words that we use to describe ourselves and our lives. Negative, powerless words such as ‘can’t’, ‘shouldn’t’, ‘need’, ‘won’t’ should all be avoided – they strip us of our ability to manifest a Life that we want to Live.
Words when woven and spoken with love, empathy and compassion create magic in life. Words are so powerful that they can pull us back from any remorse and regret in our life. Words when chosen and written wisely can create masterpieces and can change the course of mankind.
Words are the best vehicles of communication. Words whether spoken publicly or whispered in our hearts, convey love and build trust. They also shape character and tender hearts; words shape our children and if we are wise we choose them carefully. People have been soothed and comforted by words. Words have the power to mend and heal. But words when used to ridicule, distort, misguide, discredit, and defame can create havoc and misery in life.
Edmund Burke rightly said that words are an expression of our passions and have more power than any other art form. He believed words are the most powerful force on earth because they communicate ideas more effectively than any other form of expression.
Words are the most powerful. It has been rightly quoted that words are mightier than swords. Words are the most valued commodity of our species, the hallmark of our humanity, the singularly most distinct difference between man and animals. Words shape ideas and give them form; our ideas shape our deeds and give them meaning. Words have always been the kindling and the continued energy that fuel our actions. Words possess immeasurable power to shape individuals as well as history.
Positive words can change the entire course of conversation.
Words have deeper meaning.
Words whether good or bad echo in the Mind.
Words have an infinite power.
Choose words wisely and pragmatically.
Positive words and positive affirmations do change the course of Life and destiny and can create magic in life.
Words have a dramatic effect on what we know, how we interact with people and the decisions we ultimately make. Words can influence us, inspire us or just as easily bring us to tears.
Words change our relationships, our demeanor, our entire system of beliefs, and even our businesses.
Words have a powerful and overwhelming influence on us – for good and, at times, for bad. Words also have an economic value. They change our perspective, buying habits, moods and even how we use technology. Perhaps they help you find a friend, a product, a service, a job, a spouse, get a recommendation or even save your life.
I summarize this article with a small quote.
Words create Magic, Words create Wonders, Words create Miracles,Words create Destinies,Words create Lives.
About Dr. Gazal Goyal Bansal
Founder and CEO, Life Coach and Speaker, Dr. Gazal Bansal is a
Doctorate in Political Science, UGC (JRF), a Gold Medalist, Certified ISO 22000 Lead Auditor, a Licensed Practitioner of NLP from The Society of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (TM) & a Pranic Healer.
As a spiritual evangelist and a practical thinker, she is a radical enthusiast and a firm believer in the philosophy of conceptual pragmatism, logical reasoning, and the spiritual energy matrix. She is a staunch believer of the fact that before you speak, your energy speaks.