Speak With Love: Here’s How Words Literally Restructure Brain
The power of word is probably the most forgotten and neglected spiritual power in modern times. Believe it or not, the roots of witchcraft, as well as spirituality, lies in the power of WORD. In ancient times, especially in the pre-history periods, shamans believed in the power of the word.
As you already know, we are surrounded by the creationist energy of the universe. Every single object and being is part of the macro cosmos. Everything is in a relation and communication. The ancient spiritualist believed that each word has its own complexed meaning, energy, and effects- these things combined form the true power of the WORD.
That’s why people chose words very wisely in the past and respected their own dignity more. They also knew how to use the power of words to make their lives better. Believe it or not, you can do it too. The power of words may represent positivity or negativity.
Using positive words more often than negative ones can kick-start the motivational centers of the brain, propelling them into action. On the opposite end of the spectrum, when we use negative words, we are preventing certain neuro-chemicals from being produced which contribute to stress management.
Each and every one of us is initially hardwired to worry; it’s how our primal brain protects us from dangerous situations for survival. So, when we allow negative words and concepts into our thoughts, we are increasing the activity in our brain’s fear center (the amygdala), and causing stress-producing hormones to flood our system.
These hormones and neurotransmitters interrupt the logic and reasoning processes in the brain and inhibit normal functionality.
This is what Dr. Andrew Newberg from the T. Jefferson University and Mark Waldman, a communication expert, wrote in their famous book ‘Words Can Change Your Brain” :
“By holding a positive and optimistic [word] in your mind, you stimulate frontal lobe activity. This area includes specific language centers that connect directly to the motor cortex responsible for moving you into action. And as our research has shown, the longer you concentrate on positive words, the more you begin to affect other areas of the brain.
Functions in the parietal lobe start to change, which changes your perception of yourself and the people you interact with. A positive view of yourself will bias you toward seeing the good in others, whereas a negative self-image will include you toward suspicion and doubt.
Over time the structure of your thalamus will also change in response to your conscious words, thoughts, and feelings, and we believe that the thalamic changes affect the way in which you perceive reality.”
As you can see, it’s very simple. We just need to stay focused on being positive. Vibrating in high-frequency vibrations is something that will make your life not only healthier but happier too.