The Power of Words – The Dynamic Force That Shapes Our World


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The Power of Words; The Dynamic Force That Shapes Our World

Carla Lombardo

One tool that is overlooked that can make all the difference is the power of words and the vibrational frequency they carry. Words are potent, we think and we speak in words, which are just positive or negative affirmations; they can soothe, comfort, heal, and protect us. Yet it’s the words we speak to ourselves that matter most, we’re the only ones listening. 

As we navigate life’s challenges and triumphs, our mindset and self-talk play a profound role in shaping our reality and paving the way for success and happiness. 

Your mindset is the lens through which you perceive the world. It encompasses your beliefs, thoughts, and attitudes, so you have the choice to respond or react. 

There is always a better way to do life. All it takes is someone sharing their knowledge, gained from experience to help you grow. 

Scientifically, words can alter the structure of water crystals, as demonstrated by the pioneering work of Dr. Masaru Emoto. He found that positive words like “love” and “gratitude” formed beautifully intricate and harmonious crystals, while negative words created chaotic and irregular patterns. 




As we are mostly comprised of water, it stands to reason that the energy of words can affect us at a cellular level. Positive affirmations and self-talk can have a transformative effect on our emotional well-being, self-esteem, and overall outlook on life. 

Self-talk is the internal dialogue that accompanies us throughout the day. Often, it’s unconscious, and we may not even be aware of its influence on our thoughts and actions. To harness the power of self-talk, it’s essential to develop self-awareness and deliberately shift our internal narratives. 

The moment you recognize you’re doing something in a way that doesn’t support your evolution and growth in this life is a moment that can change the trajectory of your life.

When you speak about yourself and things that have happened in your life in a way that keeps reinforcing the negative message, you’re reaffirming the thing that upsets you and creating more of it. 

Perhaps we look for sympathy to validate how we feel, wanting someone to understand our position. But that just turns us into someone who is full of excuses.

When we relive that experience, we produce those same “negative or unhappy” chemicals in our body, producing the same chemical signature that we get addicted to. This is why thinking and speaking negatively is so addictive. 

There is an absolutely freeing feeling when we take responsibility for what has happened in our lives thus far. When we know we are the only ones who can be held accountable, this is how we build a positive mental attitude and strengthen the muscles of the mind. Our attitude towards life really does change the way we perceive things and the new outlook we adopt. 

It’s time to harness the transformative power of words, elevate our self-talk, and embrace the journey. Together, we can unlock our true potential and create a world where women rise to new heights of success and happiness, to thrive.

Positive Affirmations: Replace negative thoughts with positive ones to reinforce your strengths, capabilities, and worthiness. 

Keep an affirmation simple and in present tense; I am capable, I am enough, I am worthy. 

Cultivate Gratitude: It fosters a positive outlook and attracts positive things into your life. Express your appreciation for the progress you’ve made, what you’ve got, and what’s coming your way. 

Visualise Success: Use this power to see yourself achieving your goals, the steps you need to take, and the outcome. 

1 Comment
  1. Loved your article. I got to meet Dr Masuro Emoto about 10 yrs ago, when Ai lived in Honolulu. He spoke at a Quantum Physics Conference and afterwards we all went down to bless the water in the Ala Wai Canal.

    Have you done his Rice Experiment? If not just search for it on YouTube. My daughter and I did it years ago.

    Kathryn Orford x

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