By Dr. Dolores Fazzino, DNP, Nurse Practitioner, Medical Intuitive, and Energy Whisperer
Did you know that everything is energy and has a frequency, including your emotions, thoughts, and beliefs?
This is true!
Are There High Frequency Words?
In Dr. Yvonne Oswald’s book, ”Every Word Has Power” she speaks of the frequency and vibration of words and how some words used to describe the same thing, may have a higher frequency than others.
For example, enough and plenty.
When you say the word “enough”, vibrates at a lower frequency, due to its limitations.
Whereas “plenty”, vibrates at a higher frequency, thus giving a sense of endless abundance.
Our self-talk is energy that affects our entire body, mind, and soul.
How often do we say some rather not so nice things to ourselves?
And those thoughts, even though they are unspoken, are still energy and affect our frequency and influence our overall well being.
Do your best to avoid critical self-talk that serves as punishment for being less than perfect.
Can Words Affect Matter?
Dr. Masuro Emoto, who studied water consciousness, showed that when containers of water were labelled with high frequency words such as love, peace, and healing, crystal formations upon freezing generated beautiful symmetrical crystals.
But, when water was labelled with low frequency words like hate, kill, and ugly, the crystal formations from the water were fragmented, unformed, and asymmetrical.
Since our bodies are at least 70% water, our body chemistry is influenced by what we are saying to ourselves, and what we are saying verbally.
The best recommendation is to keep your self-talk positive to enhance and keep your body’s water composition positive.
In general, we tend to treat others better than we treat ourselves.
I am not sure why we do this, and yet we hold ourselves to a higher standard.
It is time to shift that. Your words have meaning, choose them wisely.
Here are 6 steps to tame and shift your self-talk.
6 Easy Steps How to Shift Your Self Talk:
1. Become aware.
Once you know your self-talk is negative, you have a choice to change it.
2. Notice what triggers your counterproductive self talk.
Sometimes you are just on automatic pilot and react instead of being aware and responsive.
3. Be a work in progress.
Each one of us is on our personal journey, and learning something every minute of our existence. Remember it is what we learn on the way to our destination that is full of wisdom.
4. Take baby steps.
This pattern within you was not created overnight and may take time to shift. Practice patience with yourself.
5. If you fall off the wagon, catch yourself.
Yes, you may fall off the wagon, we are all human. Give yourself the grace to start again, you are worth it!
6. Treat yourself as you would treat your best friend.
Create a relationship with yourself as if you were your own best friend. Treat yourself as if you are speaking to that special friend.