The Power Of Words

By Dilshaad Bux.        By Dilshaad Bux

By Dilshaad Bux.        By Dilshaad Bux

 

Modern research tells us that the structure of water changeswhen exposed to different words and forms of sound. Aggressive words and sounds give water a swollen, distorted appearance, similar to that of polluted water. Kind words, and sounds such as classical music and prayer, transform water into what can be mistaken for diamonds and snowflakes, resembling that of fresh water in natural springs and mountain streams.

That's the power of words and sound, just on water. Our bodies are made up of at least 60% of water.

Think about this for a moment. 

What does this say about the effect of our words and tone of voice on ourselves and others?

Are we harming or healing ourselves and others?

Negative words hurt us, and positive words make us feel better. Now we know that our feelings are not just feelings. Instead, they form part of something very real and physical happening in our body. So, there will never be a good enough reason to subject ourselves to negativity. 

Every time a person exposes you to the damage of their hurtful words, they do not deserve your company, and you need to walk away. If you are the one speaking to yourself with hurtful words, then you have to acknowledge the harm you are doing to yourself. 

You have to embrace your power and make the decision to heal yourself. 

When we speak with sincere love, patience and kindness, we are lighting up every little part of ourselves and others - we are creating little streams of diamonds, flowing from the top of our heads to the tips of our toes, and back up again.

You are the words that you say to yourself, about yourself.

You are the words that you allow yourself to hear from others.

You are what you say. This is your power. Let it do great things for you and those around you.