Everything in the universe is made of vibrating energy. Some things have a higher vibration; some have a lower vibration.
Higher vibrations equate with greater potency. This is why ideas and language are ultimately what change the world, as opposed to machine guns and fighter jets.
The world is made of language and as our communication skills improve so does our place in the world.
The Universe is Reading Your Vibration
The less visible something is, the higher its vibration.
Emotions and consciousness vibrate on a higher frequency than tactile objects.
Love and hate, for example, vibrate on a higher frequency than doorknobs and salad bowls.
Thoughts, being invisible, have tremendous power.
Language is the Way to Engage the Power of the World Around You
Language is comprised of words, which are invisible thoughts shared via invisible sounds waves – their potential for power is enormous.
It has been said that the world is made of language, and I believe it. Quantum physics has taken physics to a place where scientific theory breaks down. But notice what remains: language – verbal description of that which confounds our normal understanding.
So how does all of this apply to you and me?
Well, it rather profoundly re-imagines our interpretations of reality. And, hopefully, it inspires us to reflect more deeply on the power of language and the words we choose while speaking.
When we understand that the world-at-large is matching our frequency, it can motivate us to reexamine our own communication skills.
Language is the way to align with the positive power of the universe so that it can work on your behalf and aid you in reaching your fullest potential.
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When you access a positive feeling and connect it to a word, the world around you can respond accordingly – by sending you people, events, and circumstances that are a better match to the vibrations you are sending out.
Often times those things that we take for granted are the most fascinating. The mere fact that a thought in my head can be carried through the air, to your ears, and interpreted within your brain (assuming an even remotely similar lexicon), is truly magical.Need help turning dreams into reality? Use language to connect positive feelings with words.Click To Tweet
The universe gave us language, in part, to help us connect positive feelings with words.
When you speak clearly about what you want and the positive feelings you’re experiencing, you are engaging the natural laws of The Universe to assist you.
This week, I encourage you to notice more objectively your own word-choices while speaking:
- How many of them are positive?
Similarly, observe your own thoughts as they occur:
- How many of them are negative or judging?
In some situations, could those negative thoughts be replaced with positive ones?
I invite you to experiment with shifting your focus in those moments. Your attitude while undertaking this experiment can be playful and curious – you’re merely discovering what is possible when you make small shifts in the places you habitually devote your time and mental energy.
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