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Religion Does the title of this article seem rude to you? Some might find it offensive. But since what I am about to share is so critically important, I really needed to get your attention. Sometimes we underestimate just how powerful words can be. People are motivated by the words that they hear and believe. Your own words can change your life. Have you ever considered just how powerful the words are that you speak to yourself? Some label it "inner talk," or "self talk." Regardless of what you call it, there is a dialogue in your head, about you, going on every day. Whether our self talk is positive or negative, it continues to reinforce our self image. Studies show that positive self talk produces positive change. Negative self talk produces stress. As we go through each day, we say things to ourselves about ourselves. It is so subtle that most of the time we are not even aware of it. Very few people recognize and understand that the thoughts about themselves set the course for their lives. But changing those thoughts is the necessary catalyst for changing one’s life. Far too many people speak negatives to themselves. They say things like, "I’ll never make enough money." "I am just a failure." "How come I am not successful?" "I never seem to get a break." "I’ve looked, but I can’t find a better job." "Why can’t I find that special someone to marry?" If you consistently speak words of failure, you will continue to fail. This is not a revolutionary discovery. Self help books have been preaching this a long, long time. But it is in the Bible too. "As he thinks in his heart, so is he." The Bible also talks about the power of life and death is in the tongue. If you consistently speak discouraging words, you will continue to be discouraged. If you consistently speak words of helplessness, you will not find the help that you need. The big problem is that most people try to change their outside circumstances first. That doesn’t work. That’s why people continue to fail and stay discouraged. You will manifest in your life that which you consistently focus on mentally. You actually reinforce your circumstances by your own words. So, if those words are negative, defeating and discouraging, then you need to shut up! God designed the human brain so that your dominant consistent thoughts are what you will outwardly evidence in your life. The Bible says that we should guard our heart with all diligence for out of it are the issues of life! People who have a low self image are in the habit of consistently speaking defeating and discouraging words to themselves. On the contrary, those who maintain a high self-esteem, their self talk is about possibilities, success, and victory. Your inner talk, and especially words about yourself, will either manifest success or failure in your life. If more people would only recognize this simple key, they might be telling themselves to shut up! Or even better, when they recognize the defeating words, they can chose to replace those words with positive words of victory. If you really desire to see positive change in your life, first start by paying attention to what you are telling yourself. Next, when you recognize words of failure and defeat, lack and hopelessness, dismiss those thoughts. Replace them with words of victory and success. The greatest words I know to use to replace the negatives are the words from the Bible. Those words are true words. For example, God promises in the Bible that He will supply all your need. Replace thoughts of never being able to get ahead, with God’s promise to supply all that you need. Replace thoughts of never being successful with God’s declaration that you are more than a conqueror. Replace thoughts of feeling alone and helpless with God’s promise that He will never leave you or forsake you. This is not living in denial. This is not putting your head in the sand and pretending that there are no problems and that everything is fine. This is how to begin to change the course of your own life, if you really want to change it. Using the harsh phrase, "Shut up," is very beneficial simply because it is harsh and brash. And be ready, because as you start to toss off the old negative self talk and replace it with the positives from the Bible, you may hear a little voice pop up and say, "Who do you think you are?" Don’t listen to it. It is simply an echo of the current belief system in your heart. Tell it to shut up and then again repeat the positive truth from the Bible. And as you tell yourself what God says about you and what He says that He will do for you, say it with passion and conviction, with expectations of it becoming a reality in your life. The Bible likens the tongue to the rudder on a ship. You can change the direction of a big ship by adjusting its rudder. Likewise, you can change the course of your own life by what you speak, silently and audibly. Your self talk is extremely powerful. And the reason it is so effective is because that is the way God designed your brain to work. The words that we speak to ourselves about ourselves are a great indication of our core beliefs; what is in our heart. We can change those core beliefs by consistently tossing out the thoughts associated with an old belief, and replacing them with thoughts that will make up a new belief system. So, if and when you recognize the need to do so, why don’t you just shut up! About the Author: 相关的主题文章: