Choose your Words Wisely
When we truly study the words and the sounds we are making with them, we can adjust our speech to achieve peace, happiness and the love and respect of others.
The words come from sounds and symbols created to identify the sounds. Gestures were added to define the meanings along with tone, emphasis and inflection.
Our language today is very complex and easy to fall into laziness using it. By watching others mis-use the language we get validation that it is OK but it is not OK.
Half of our issue is we are poor listeners and half is from following others lazy mis-use of speech and language.
…the language is literally a “lane gage” demonstrating by the arrangement of the sounds, tones and letters.
Knowing this you can learn to influence others and yourself.
This will allow you to gauge your words and the sounds of certain words to use or lend your ear to.
Discover the usefulness of knowing the symbols of letters and numbers and how to see through the built in codes to them. These codes are like maps to reveal hidden messages.
Answers to questions, appear as we learn to use the language, our speech and our writing to benefit others and our self. Our relationships with others and ourselves grow and evolve.
Before we start this hard work of making plans to become a good listener, we have to be quiet enough to make a list.
Quiet must come to you first. We will need Clarity. When we become quiet enough in our body and mind, then we can see the details, then we list them and realize we have gained clarity.
Quiet, See, List Gain Clarity.
While we are in quiet mode, take notice how everything that happens in order seems to be OK and gets completed. Things that are done out of order always need a re-start or never get done at all.
Unfinished business, loose ends and disregarding other’s feelings and suffering are all ‘unfinished business’.
Think of all the times you have allowed ‘unfinished business’ and how it turned out in comparison to all the times you did complete your projects or address situations all the way to their resolution.
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Sirens were beautiful creatures from Greek Mythology who lured sailors to their death. The power of their song was so irresistible it would cause captains to steer their boats into the rocks and drown.
We are also seduced daily by ideas that sound great at first, but may leave us shipwrecked, unless we have the power to say no.
What Does “Word, Sound and Power” Really Mean?
Rastafarians have used language for decades as a reverse weapon of defense against the systematic oppression they received from the Jamaican authorities and police. They saw into the deeper meanings of the concepts and word-pictures convened by the “sounds” of the oppressor’s language.
We’ve all heard the old axiom about the pen proving mightier than the sword. As it turns out, it’s true.
Power words prove the rule. A power word (also sometimes confused as a trigger word) is a word that evokes an emotion and a response. It instills in people the desire or need to respond to whatever you’re presenting them with.
There is a direct connection between the quality of the conversations that we have and the quality of our relationships. Having confidence in your conversation skills can help you get to know a new client, mentor, or friend who could end up sticking around for years to come.