How do they land, when you hear words? Do you hear the words from your mind, or your heart? How do they speak to your heart? Or do they speak to your ego?
Words are what our mind grasps. . and hangs on to. Words are used to live, perceive, interpret, and create.
I came across the below message from Novembers Science of Mind and thought it would perfect to share, to provoke your mind. . the message is simple, yet profound. take heart . . this is a good leadership tool to consider . .
"I pulled out my bag of words and emptied them on the table so I could get to know them better. I like to chew on the tough ones and enjoy their flavor. I place the ones that easily melt with the very hard ones. I spend time writing words I like and have never used.
I am tender with words used in the language of love. Some of the bigger ones like anaconda, if not watched, will squeeze the life out of words like puff.
Words like judgment will try to stand on top of words like compassion and forgiveness and, if not watched, will steal the life from them. Words like hate self-justify and get along poorly with
most other words. Some people use the word love like soft butter and spread it on everything. When overused, it can lose its meaning. Words like sex undress the mind, while words like arrest scare people.
There are a million words to make friends with. It is important to remember that words have only as much power as you give them. Words are yours to use, but you cannot own them, and they do not own you. When people use words against you, bless and release them. They are not yours, and you don’t have to keep them. Words are tools that unlock the mind; it’s all in how you use them."
Each day as life moves through us we are to be present to the words.
Be present to the words that show up in your daily life. . listen to what they have to say. . listen to the deeper underlying message.
Want presence . . there is plenty
Would love to support you on your journey of leadership . . business and life.
Reach out . . to be heard you . . to be seen. .
I am grateful for you.
With love and many blessings . .