19 Sep POWER YOU GIVE TO WORDS THAT YOU USE?
WHAT POWER DO YOU GIVE TO THE WORDS YOU USE?
Think about the words and labels that you choose when you are talking to others, talking about others, and talking to yourself. What power do you give to the words you use? Consider also the power you create to the words other people use too.
WORDS: what power do you give to the words that you use?
Did you know that one word or label like lazy or clumsy or idiot or even bossy can predict a child or an adult’s future. Labels we use for ourselves can be rather detrimental. Pay attention to your tone of voice when you speak. What power do you give to the words you use? How you choose to speak to yourself and others can be uplifting kind compassionate or friendly, unless we deliver critical sarcastic and plain nasty messages. No matter what words you have chosen, tone speaks more loudly than your choice of words. Choose wisely. Pay attention to yourself and to others and you will notice the power in the tone.
ASK A FRIEND
And if you need to, just ask a good friend to give you some feedback on your tone. Listen to what they say. You can also practice and record yourself if that helps. This can be helpful especially if you are leading others in any contexts. What power do you give to the words you use? Words have power.
Quality of your questions may even determine the quality of our lives. Do you wonder how? Consider, we are asking ourselves questions all the time in our minds. You may ask, will I go for that jog, did he give me a cheeky look, and more.
The point is, when you ask a poor question you get a poor answer and you will be answered as your unconscious mind loves to serve you by finding an answer to every question you pose.
SOME EXAMPLES: what power do you give to the words you use?
Consider these common poor quality questions that we can ask when things are not going the way that we might want them to. For example, why does this always happen to me. Why am I always broke. What’s wrong with my skin. Whether you consciously realize or not your internal answer is probably something like because you’re not good enough. You’re one of the lucky ones if you don’t speak to yourself like that. I hope you don’t. You may think you are not skilled enough, dumb and so on. Which leads to more poor questions.
Consider these quality questions. What can I learn from this. What do I need to do differently next time. How can I turn this around. Who can I talk to for support. And where can I find more options. ???
The rest is up to you. What power do you give to the words you use?
HYPNOTHERAPY AND THE WORDS YOU LIVE WITH
Sometimes you desire to have a different relationship with the words that you hear or the words that you receive. Hypnotherapy can be useful in changing this relationship to one that serves you best.