Words are Sacred: How are you communicating

by Mark Goudie on Mar 14, 2023

Words are Sacred: How are you communicating - A Conscious State

Introduction: The Power of Words

Our words have the power to build up or tear down, to encourage or discourage. They are like little seeds that we plant in the hearts of others, and those seeds grow and blossom into fruit.

Efficient use of words all depends on our motives and the attitude with which we communicate. Are we coming from a place of love, respect, and understanding? Or are we coming from a place of selfishness, judgment, and criticism?

When we communicate with others, let us always strive to come from a place of love. Let us choose our words carefully, knowing that they have the power to plant little seeds in the hearts of others. These seeds will grow and bear fruit, either healthy or poisoned depending on what kind of seed was planted. So let us be mindful of the words we use, for they are indeed sacred.


The Impact of Words on Our Thoughts

The impact of words on our thoughts is profound. Our continual mind chatter is made up by the words of the language we understand. Our words and way we think shapes the way we feel and act. If we want to change our lives, we need to start with our thoughts and self-communication.

The first step is to become aware of our thoughts. We can't change what we're not aware of. Once we know what our negative thoughts are, we can start to challenge them.

We can ask ourselves: Is this really true? Do I know this for sure? What evidence do I have for this thought? Is there another way to look at this?

When we challenge our negative thoughts, they begin to lose their power over us. We can then start to plant new, positive seeds in their place.


The Impact of Words on Our Emotions

Words can have a profound impact on our emotions. They can make us feel happy, loved, and supported, or they can make us feel anxious, angry, and alone. The words we use to communicate with others can shape our relationships and our emotional state.

When we are feeling good, we tend to use positive words to communicate with others. We may say things like "I love you," "Thank you," or "I'm sorry." These words help us express our positive emotions and build strong relationships.

On the other hand, when we are feeling bad, we may use negative words to communicate with others. We may say things like "I hate you," "You're stupid," or "Leave me alone." These words blame and judge others.

When we hear or read words that are positive, it can have an uplifting effect on our mood. Likewise, negative words can bring us down and make us feel bad about ourselves. It is important to be mindful of the words we use and how they will affect those around us. We should always try to use language that is respectful and constructive. By doing so, we can create a more positive and productive environment for everyone involved.


The Impact of Words on Our Relationships

The way we communicate with others can have a big impact on our relationships. The words we use can either build confidence or make the people we care about insecure. By understanding the impact of the words we use, trust in our relationships can be deepened. If we want to have healthy, happy relationships, it's important to be mindful of the words we use and take the time to speak kindly and respectfully to those we love and avoid using hurtful or thoughtless language.

When we communicate effectively, we can deepen our bonds with others and create more meaningful connections. We can also prevent misunderstandings and conflict by choosing our words carefully.

By being mindful of the power of our words, we can make a positive difference in our relationships and in the world around us.



Words are sacred. They have the power to build people up or tear them down. They can create bonds or break them. They can start wars or end them. And they can do all of this in the blink of an eye. How we communicate is one of the most important choices we make in life. It shapes our relationships, our careers, and our world. So, let's choose our words carefully, and use them to build a better world for all of us.