How often does your language support what you want to experience? How often do you speak of what you actually want? How often do you just share everything that you don’t like about in your life? How often do you belittle yourself when someone thanks you by saying: it was nothing?
Words we use have a huge impact in our lives. They seem to give meaning to our experiences, to make them more real so to speak. This is something I have lately been paying a lot of attention to. I have noticed that even when I’m sick I will feel better myself when I’m not complaining about it to everyone around me.
Every time we belittle ourselves, when someone thanks us, makes us feel inadequate, not enough. So in the end it doesn’t matter what we do, we will still feel not enough as our subconscious has learned from our words that whatever we might do is nothing, not enough.
Have you ever wondered how some people seem to get more than their fair share of sickness and misfortune? I have noticed that the people who willingly share their sickness to the details or misfortunes with others and never find anything good to say about anything, often just attract more sickness or other kinds of misfortunes into their lives. And I’m pretty sure that complaining doesn’t make their lives any better either.
Somehow it seems to be more acceptable in our society to complain and tell about our misfortunes than to share our success and dreams. It is like sharing good things makes one somehow less trustworthy in the eyes of others. And somehow complaining even seems to be almost addictive, it sweeps us with it so easily. It truly seems to take an effort to not to join in.
The words we use have a lot weight in our subconscious. Our subconscious doesn’t have a sense of humor. It takes everything we say so very seriously, it believes everything we say to the letter. So no matter how we feel, if the only things we speak about and share with others, are sickness and misfortunes the subconscious will deduce, that these things are the important things in our lives and try to maneuver us into that direction in the future too.
So let’s all pay attention to the words we use. For just one day at least let’s not complain, share any of our misfortunes or use any words that do belittle ourselves. We can choose what we say! I guarantee that in the end of the day we will feel better than we have for years.