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Positive Quality Words


Your ability to think and communicate those thoughts out loud, is your ability to draw upon Universal Intelligence and bring it into manifestation. The important question to ask your self is,

"Am I using quality words to formulate my thoughts and deliver what I wish to say?"

Thoughts are things, which send out vibration within and send out signals without. What is habit? We prefer the habits that bring about favorable conditions (a.k.a. results which make us feel good.)

How do we condition our self to automatically use positive words both in our thoughts and in our speech? The answer is simply to be the watcher. Watch your thoughts and become aware of the words we use when communicating.

We’ve all heard the statement, "It’s not what you say but how you say it" which ultimately leaves the impression. A valid point, however, if we are using negative words delivered positively, are we using quality words or are we sending the wrong signals?

Confused? Here are a couple of examples to illustrate this point. Pay attention to the responses you hear most often and the ones you use your self:

Example A: 
"How are you?" ... "Not bad!"

Example B:
"Thank you" ... "No problem!"

Note the responses have 2 negative words to describe a positive intention. Words, positive or negative vibrate and create our very existence. The application of using quality words serves in aiding us to better health, better communication and truly being positive.

It’s one thing to say you’re positive, it’s another thing to be positive by applying words which most represent that which you think and feel.

"Not bad" is a common phrase which suggests the bad is present but hidden, by placing a not (another negative) in front of the bad.

So the next time someone asks you, "Hey, how you doing?" Tap into your positive sense and avoid using words that are opposite of what you mean. Say what you mean and mean what you say. It’s a small skill which everyone has the ability to fine tune and eventually becomes automatic.

"No problem" is even worse than "not bad" because it suggests there was a problem to begin with. The way you see the problem is the problem. Once you get this, you will never see situations as problems ever again.

Now I know you’re reading this and thinking, "Hey, that makes sense Anna, thank you." My response will always be,

"My Pleasure"

"You’re Welcome" encourages others that they are welcome any time. This is a powerful closing phrase to be applied for both personal and business relationship.

Quality Words converts a static mind into a dynamic mind. Every thought is a cause and every condition is an effect. It is absolutely essential then, that by controlling your thoughts by feeding the mind with quality positive words, you will bring forth desirable positive conditions.