Can words kill you like an overdose of opioids?
As I sit here on this lovely sunny, crisp New England Fall day sipping my hot cup of tea, I can’t help feeling so grateful for my life. Remember, when we feel and express gratitude we will never be fearful.
I have a couple of stories for you today. Sad, tragic personal stories that I hope will wake you up to the fact of how vitally important what you say to yourself and others affects your future life.
Does your life as it is right now come from your thoughts? We need to translate thoughts into words and then into actions to manifest our greatest intentions. What this means is that we have to be very conscious of what we say, choosing to speak only the words which will benefit our highest of the highest good.
Incantations, mantras, affirmations or spiritual utterances help purify our thoughts and rewire our brains so that we can begin to think and believe everything is possible. Science has now proven that we can re-wire our brains.
Incantations strengthen us by helping us believe in our potential to manifest everything we desire in life. When we verbally say and intend our dreams and ambitions, we are instantly empowered with a deep sense of reassurance that our words will become a reality.
The art of utterance (the spoken word) does it design our future.
A close friend of mine told me one day she couldn’t stand hospitals because she would have panic attacks when she walked past the cancer ward or read the word oncology. She spoke about this for decades with her close friends and family. Unfortunately, we lost her to a very rare brain cancer a few years ago. The last two years of her life were horrendous because she allowed the doctors to try every experimental drug and therapy available until she couldn’t speak or walk anymore.
We miss you Margo – love you – rest in peace lovely lady. ?
My Father would go on rampages about teenage drivers, so much so when I turned 16, he never allowed me to get my driver’s license. It was such an issue that I had to sneak off and take driving lessons with my Grandad in his car. The devastating thing is that my father was killed by a 17-year-old driver. He went through the windshield and died instantly.
I miss you so much Daddy. I know you are with me every day helping me in every way. You are still my rock – my steady eddy. I love you Daddy. ?
Life is too short lovely you to be thinking, saying and believing in crazy things over and over again until they become your reality. Please pay attention to what you say to yourself and others. We have the power to change our thoughts – our actions and our destiny.
You can overdose on words just like drugs.
Be mindful of what words you say over and over again to yourself and your loved ones.
Be mindful of the energy and the emotion you put behind those words.
Perhaps there are words you overdose on right now that you know need to change.
Please change them before it’s too late.
When we utter a sound, we emit a sound wave into the universe. No words are empty words, as every syllable we speak engages energy towards or against us. If you are continually saying “I can’t do this I can’t do that” then the energy of your words will repel the universal force against you. If you are in “I can do it!” mode, the universe will hear your vibration and reward you with just that.
Remember the powerhouse words we said yesterday? Say those words often throughout your day or create your own words. I know from experience that your life will start to improve in surprising ways.
Get started this weekend with a daily practice and notice how you feel and the changes that take place. Write it all down so you can keep track of your energy and notice your life improving.
I only wish we could teach this to our kids in schools. How much easier their lives would be. I believe they would never want to take drugs because they’d love themselves too much to even try them.
We are healing our lives one day at a time here at Prue’s Place.
Do something you love to do and enjoy your life. Laugh – Live – Love and say nice things!
From my dear friend Bernie. “As doctors, we are not taught to communicate and understand the power of our words and how they relate to our patient’s ability and desire to survive.” Dr. Bernie Siegel
P.S. Share Prue’s Place with a loved one who is struggling with their emotional health.