Word and what holds up our world. What we say is the key to making everything happen in our world. The power of words played an important part in your development. Words are what started us on our journey, word that people said to us and words that we believed.
In the process of personal growth this principle, we must take very seriously because words do affect us. Words are seeds that are planted by your parents, your grandparents, or whoever it is that have planted certain seeds into your spirit that grows and those seeds or deposited to your spirit by way of words.
King Solomon made a statement found in the Bible Proverbs 16:24 “pleasant words are as honeycomb sweet to the soul and the health to the bones”. According to the wisest man the words that you speak about yourself is either going to be good to your soul and health to your bones, so words carry in its power to heal. It’s very important what you say to yourself and, we’ve allowed peoples word to destroy us, now it’s our turn to use words to heal us. The two keys that you must keep a ongoing focus on is your words, and your perspective, you change those two things and you will be amazed at how your world will change.
Radhe makes a statement in the book Threads of Enlightenment that goes like this “Everything in existence tangible or not has a vibration, a frequency. Every sound, color, object and feeling possesses its own frequency”. Words also carries a frequency.
We recently had a major incident that took place in our capital and the discussion on TV was whether words matter our not did it or did it not drove people to act and do certain things. I happen to believe that words do matter, or I would not have been in the mess that I found myself in, to say otherwise is just plain foolishness. Kind Solomon said in Proverbs 29:20 “A man that is hasty in his words, there’s more hope for a fool than him”
When it comes to learning about the power of word the Bible is a book full of principles of the power of words for example Proverbs 18:20 states “a man shall eat good by the fruit of his mouth” From this we can extrapolate that what you say will affect your life and quality of life, as you speak words you begin to develop your perspective on what you’re saying.
As you continue to speak words, it creates a certain perspective of you as you begin to hear the words over and over again, it creates a certain perspective within you individual, and that perspective becomes your reality, that reality becomes your world and world now becomes your space, that you live, think, speak, do everything out of and from there. This is why words are so very important, you must understand that what you say to yourself is very important. Yet again I look to Solomon for his wisdom found in Proverbs 18:21 “death and life are in the power of the tongue and they that love it shall eat the fruit thereof” The stakes are very high everyone, very high so learn to kind and gracious to yourself when you speak to yourself.
Luke one of the disciples of Jesus says in Luke 6:45 “out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks. People put good things about yourself in your heart so that you can begin to speak good thing so that you can get healed from all you the mess that words have done to us. Jack Kornfield in Buddha’s little Instruction Book says “when words both true and kind, they can change our world”
Yet another nugget from Solomon from Ecclesiastes 10:12 “The words of a wise man’s mouth are gracious, but the lips of a fool will swallow him up” I literally have nothing to add to that, but I suggest that you simply meditate on it and receive from it.
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