Talking With Others

Hello Natural Health Family. I apologize for not getting the last post uploaded but hope this post will make up for it. I wanted today to illustrate the importance of how we talk to others and about ourselves. When we think of the new science of quantum, which is more based on energy and how it influences our lives, we should take into consideration our words and how they can be influencing our lives. 
Recently and in the past I have heard more people talk as if they are victims of their lives. They say things like “with my luck” then end it with something bad happening. I don’t know how we ever got to the point of saying that but unfortunately many people do which creates a negative downward spiraling attitude to always have something to blame outside of us. Our words are a form of energy and people know that hateful words can be detrimental to men, women, and children. When we start to talk better about ourselves and others, we tend to see more good in the world. However, when we continue to blame, criticize, or judge ourselves and others, we give more energy to things outside of us. When we have more energy, we feel better and are more productive in our lives. Therefore, we should consider never talking negatively towards ourselves and others. When we talk down on ourselves or others, we deplete our energy which leads to further health issues and a worse outlook on life. This can become a harmful loop of negative thinking and feeling which ends up becoming a habit in our lives. It’s time to change that. 

So how do we change how we talk to ourselves and others? How do you know what to say when talking to others?… You listen. Being aware of the thoughts in your mind during the day is the first step to change. When we are aware, we can understand and realize just how much negative talk can be going on in our own minds. When we are quiet and listen, then we can understand why we may say the things we are saying without really “thinking” about what we are saying. I don’t want to confuse you but every word that you say first must be a thought in your mind. This is why it is important to analyze what thoughts you think during the day to understand why you say the things you say. 

When we start to see how we talk to ourselves and about others, even if it’s in our head, then we can see why we may feel like we can’t get better in regards to anything we do in life. I encourage you this week to reflect on how you talk to yourself and others and see if you want to make a change or not. Thanks for reading and have a great week! 
The man who thinks he can and the man who thinks he can’t are both right.” -Confucius