Writing a book is easy… selling it is easy… all you need to do is get a bunch of words and put them in the right order…. but why do some people do it better than others?
Every word we speak and every syllable we hear has an affect upon the body through the power of their vibration. If you don’t believe this, stop reading and writing now.
For thousands of years, medicine relied on the concepts of vibration found inside and outside the body to determine wellness and cure disease. This technique was lost over time, but there has been an increasingly growing awareness of the healing power of vibrations, especially the vibrations of “sequences of words.”
Not only do words greatly affect the body, but they also affect the mind. For instance, if a person is called “foolish” time and time again, they will, eventually, become foolish. If we call a simple person wise, in time they will become wise. A child, who grows up hearing judgment and being told they are incapable, comes to believe that as truth. On the other hand, a child who makes mistakes and is encouraged to keep trying, affirmed for small victories, learns to take risks and set high goals.
A person who speaks about their illness nourishes their illness by speaking about it. It is sad to hear people speak like this, because their perceived reality is far from the truth. The emotional perceptions we have invade our reality and become the illusions we begin to believe. Subconscious thought (which determines our attitude) and conscious awareness play an equally important role in the development and unfolding of our lives.
Each word we speak is accompanied by another world. This hidden world both reflects, and manifests, its outcome. A person who is insincere can mask such a message with their choice of words, but the insincerity is revealed on a different level. The vibration and inclination of the voice will secretly betray any lies or falsehoods. We are given the clear message of a lie but the person behind the mask is the one who suffers.
In truth, it is not the word itself that is so powerful, but the feeling and vibration that the word creates. Some words attract power, some bring release from difficulties, and some give courage and strength. There are simple words and there are secret words that are more powerful still. When a person in need of peace and rest uses words that bring courage and strength, they will become even more restless. Words with negative, angry and bitter tones, if spoken enough, can affect the physiological make up of the body. In contrast, certain songs, poems, and speeches, whether by intent or by circumstance, have become renowned in the healing process for helping people. Grief can be released and soothed with the uttering of specific words.
It is not always what we say, but how we feel it, how we express it, and what power is hidden behind our expression. Two people might speak the same truth, yet one is believable while the other is not. What is the difference? It is the vibration that is different. The individual’s personal story is different, therefore their beliefs are different, and their thinking is different. One has conviction the other is repeating knowledge.
The atmosphere contains the power of our thoughts. People admire cool self-possessed presentation; they dislike active nervous people who try to carry everything before them as a storm. Coolness allows us to be most powerful by allowing us to think more rapidly, carrying more intensity and concentration in thought. The harmonious person proceeds easily. Words are well chosen, spoken carefully, the audience listens, the language is interesting, it shows thought, care in preparation and belief in its declarations.