Do you think before you speak?
Most people would say yes they do, but I don’t think people realize the power of the spoken word. When you become aware of how powerful the spoken word is you just want to stop your friends and loved ones from saying certain things. You start to see how they are creating their destiny, their future, by the words they are putting out to the Universe. You might want to think of this as energy or frequencies that we are putting out into the Universe with our words and our thoughts. Its is as if we are transmitting our signal and saying, this is what I want. The answer is, you get what you ask for.
When someone says over and over again that they are not happy, They are telling the Universe and their subconscious mind that they do not want to be happy. The result is of course unhappiness. That is what you ask the Universe for.
I think, God set this up so that we reap what we sow.
Matthew 15:18 Reads: But what comes out of the mouth proceeds from the heart and this defiles a person.
Pay attention to what you say on a daily basis and change it up. If you are saying negative things, start saying positive things. If you say for example” I am always late to work” Stop saying that. Change it up. Say,’ I am always on time for work’ and your will be. Experiment, try it. This works!
If you want to be successful and happy, then say that you already are. The key to attracting what you want is to think and speak as if you already have what you desire. Imagine things, not as they are, but as you would have them. If you can master this concept you can achieve any goal you want to accomplish.
The difficulty is training yourself to think about everything you say before you say it. It seems the older we get the more programmed we have become to say the same thing over and over again. It is quite difficult to retrain yourself to speak a different dialogue. But the dialogue that you speak is what your life will become. So be careful what you say and think.
Proverbs 13:3 Reads: Whoever guards his mouth preserves his life, he who opens wide his lips comes to ruin.