Words are the way we communicate with one another in the language we are familiar with. It is a sound or a combination of sounds that symbolizes and communicates a meaning. Words express what we are thinking and how we are feeling. They can make or break relationships. The words we say to ourselves and to others will empower us or enslave us. Have you ever heard people say when you ask them how they are, oh, I’m hanging in there? This is old survival talk. When I hear this it reminds me of a poster with a cat holding on for dear life. Is that how we are living our lives? This is a very low level of awareness. It is the fight or flight reaction to life’s circumstances and creates all kinds of stress within our bodies as well as produces events to show up that will support this level of belief. What if we changed the word survive to Thrive! How are you today? Oh I’m thriving! Wow, what a difference a word can make. To thrive is to grow vigorously, or flourish, to improve steadily, as in wealth or position. www.thebillionairenetwork.com/monicabennett
Survive means to remain alive or be in existence. Which word would you want to describe how you are living your life? Just look at a plant that is thriving as apposed to one that is just surviving. The image is totally different. Words have meaning. Encouraging words can change the course of a child’s life, just as discouraging words can. In books from Masaru Emoto entitled, The Secret Life of Water and The Hidden Messages in Water, he experimented by putting different words on water crystals and how the pattern of the water crystal changed according to the message it received. The water crystals that were either coming from a polluted source or inscribed with words that were of a low vibration, were distorted and not fully formed. The water crystals that were inscribed with enlightened words and or prayed over were beautiful fully formed geometric patterns. Our bodies are over 70% water. Our words vibrate a frequency that will empower us to thrive or just survive. Why not thrive?