Here is a shining example of the difference words can make:
1. Tina writes the following on her Think Simple Now blog:
Do you find yourself saying the words I’m sorry or I don’t know often? Did you know that this over-sighted language pattern is actually limiting our potential to happiness and ultimately getting what we want?…
The language we use is incredibly powerful. It is a direct command into our unconscious mind. Whether we realize it or not, or it was spoken casually or not, our unconscious mind is listening. Your unconscious mind takes notes even when you’re not paying attention. Read Tina’s post
2. Then, people make comments on Tina’s post, like this one from Kannan:
I think you did lot of work to write this one.
One may wonder how even these simple words can influence our life.
Just like a garden, if we eliminate all the weeds and feed only the plants, our life will be a beautiful garden with wonderful results. Thanks for sharing.
3. Other people read Tina’s blog post and Kannan’s response, and start to think…
Hey maybe I need to consider my words more carefully. Yeah, in fact, I will make a change today in some small way. Wait…by thinking that, I just did made a change! Let me write about that change.
4. And the beautiful cycle continues…
2 thoughts on “Words matter”
Words carry energy, like the wind. Though we may not see them, they can move us, soothe us, and destroy us. Thank you for this reminder. As a leader in my team, I am aware that everything I say may be interpreted by my staff. I must uphold a fair and honset, hopeful tone at all times.
This is good, Susan.
I believe in quantum physics, and i think all thoughts have purpose and consequences.
Thanks for the inspired words.