Words mixed with beliefs are so powerful that they can become your reality. If you’re someone who is always talking about ‘defeat’ then how do you expect to overcome that defeat? As long as you’re talking about the defeat, you are going to live in defeat.
You don’t always need an enemy to curse you, sometimes you’re the one cursing yourself with your negative affirmations. Even though the negative self-talk is happening in the head, it is as harmful as verbal criticism. If you’re going to say something whether in your head or to someone about yourself, why not say something positive?
Words are the creator, the universe is always listening to what you’re saying. Can a mere thought without affirmations, without words will ever be able to become reality? No, it just cannot, it’s crucial to be critical about the choice of your words and in this blog, we’ll see how it defines our reality.
Never underestimate the power of bold affirmations
As already said, words with your beliefs will manifest your reality. Why would you be wealthy if all you say is, “I will never be wealthy.” You will continue to be there if that’s what you believe in.
What else do we say? Well, “I don’t know how to do it.” Ever tried to say, “I will learn and I am committed to getting it done?”
Instead of saying, “I will never be able to do it.” Say, “I will continue to grow until I make it.”
It’s all about seeing the positive side, everyone has struggles and issues in their lives; however, it’s the attitude to deal with them is what matters.
Repeat the positive affirmations, several times a day if you need, what’s the harm anyway? Affirmations like, I’m blessed, I’m strong, I’m a winner, I will accomplish my dreams and a lot more.
Be careful, don’t say “I am not a failure” because you don’t want to let a negative word enter in your affirmations. The funny thing failure is that even if you’ve failed, it’s okay, it doesn’t make you a failure because when you’ll get success in life and that failure will be an inspiration to someone.
I get it, it’s hard to always be positive, isn’t it? But, a better way to stop this negative self-talk vicious cycle is to be self-aware and ask questions. Often time when we’re negative it is our insecurities and our fears speaking, so why not confront them?
I don’t think that your fears serve you any good for your happiness. So, whenever you catch yourself saying anything negative ask yourself:
- Why am I going to say this?
- How is it going to impact my happiness?
Find answers to these questions and you will be able to confront your fears. Let no fear hold you from being who you want to be, the more you repeat these words in your life, the more you will be guided by them, your actions will be guided by them. Be emotionally intelligent and choose your words wisely, for your words become your actions.
Let no one’s words define your reality
Along the way, you will definitely find people telling you not to do what you love. Well, that negativity should drive you, push you harder to achieve whatever it is that you’re trying to achieve. Those words should not dictate your reality; however, your words should become your actions to define your reality.
One thing to always keep in mind is that whenever you say something that you want to achieve, take action immediately because the emotions are high at that moment, you don’t want the emotions to fade away because once they fade away, the motivation to find that drive again is hard.
It’s important that you believe in what you say, don’t let someone else’s judgment define who you are and who you want to be. Believe in the power of ‘I am…’ as it defines who you are to yourself and who you are to the people around you. Those two little words are the exact truth you’re trying to create for yourself. Choose ‘I am… beautiful, confident, winner, intelligent’ over ‘I am…fat, loser, shy’ because it doesn’t matter if there is truth or not, but how you complete those two little words is exactly how you shape your reality.
It’s essential that you choose your words wisely, confidently, and consciously, speaking from the place of heart and love. Your words not only affect you but also the people around you, they’re shaping your world, so not only choose them wisely but also use them wisely.