Love is the highest energy frequency in the universe. And so, our words must source from love. The high vibration of positive words has an uplifting effect on our world, whereas the vibration from negative words has the power to destroy.
When we open our hearts, light energy flows through us as pure love, making us conduits for the flow of love to others through our thoughts, words, and actions. As conduits of love, we can receive and transmit energy that is divinely sourced.
Then, we can use this information to align with our soul’s journey and sustain the circulation of loving energy through positive thoughts, words, and choices that benefit ourselves and others.
One way to support such positive, life-affirming intentions is to eliminate all of the unkind thoughts, words, and actions we inflict upon ourselves on a daily basis. Many of us move through our days berating, shaming, and terrorizing ourselves with our self-talk in ways we would never express to anyone we love. Such negative self-talk can trigger a chain reaction of aggression—first to ourselves, then to others and the world at large.
Such negativity obstructs our ability to co-create the life we truly want. Instead, we need to realize that all our thoughts, words, and choices must originate in love—even when we step in dog poop while wearing our most expensive shoes, break a favorite vase, lose a job, or hurt someone we love.
Any spoken or unspoken word functions as an intention so it is crucial to keep your words positive with yourself and others. The phrase “Be careful what you wish for” applies to the potential outcomes of thinking or speaking negatively. If you catch yourself thinking or speak negatively, immediately pause and shift your ideas, words, or tone to be more positive.
It’s also important that your word intentions reflect what you want rather than what you don’t want, because any intention has the power to manifest. For instance, if you complain to a coworker that you hate your job and wish you didn’t have to be there, you are setting a negative intention. In generating energy to support this intention, you may get your wish and end up being fired. For better results, express your intention positively by saying, for example, “I want to use my talents and abilities to create a new career,” or “I desire a job in which I can express myself more fully.”
Having set a positive intention, you can manifest a new job by being aware of possibilities that will help you find it, such as talking to someone who tells you about another position, seeing a job advertised in the paper or on the Internet, or running into a friend who wants to start a business with you.
Another spiritual tool you can use to clear negative self-talk is positive affirmations. To do so, it may at first be necessary to use positive affirmations many times a day. But with practice, you can train yourself to override this fear-based self-talk with simple positive phrases that remind you to override the negative.
Here are a few positive affirmations you can say aloud when you witness a negative thought, word, or belief cropping up: “Move beyond,” “Open and let go,” and “Bless and release.” Using these positive phrases repeatedly over time will disrupt your automatic negative thinking.
We often forget how powerful our words are, and speak unconsciously or make promises with no intention of keeping them. This leads to a break in our integrity. Unspoken and spoken words are among the most powerful forces we have for co-creating our reality.
When we express love in all of our interactions, we are being impeccable with our word. Our words reflect who we are; and when we speak our truth and keep our word, we are seen by others as trustworthy.
We are accountable for our thoughts, words, and choices in life. That is, we have to be “response-able”― able to respond to events in our lives, instead of reacting to them. Being responsible for ourselves also means being aware of our words and choosing the ones which are our true intentions for the future. When we realize that love is who we are, it then becomes the source from which all our thoughts, words, and choices flow.
Every thought, feeling, word, and action you put forth is a memo to the universe. The invisible vibration of energy connects you to everyone and everything. In other words, you keep loving, positive energy in circulation by what you think, feel, say, and do, and the universe conspires with you. As a result of this spiritual law of circulation, you naturally project love out into the world.