The Power of the Spoken Word | Joy & Sadness
Listen to episode 429 of the Inspirational Living podcast: The Power of the Spoken Word | Joy & Sadness. Edited and adapted from Divine Adjustment by Henry Thomas Hamblin, published in 1930.
Inspirational Podcast Excerpt: Words appear to possess a power and vibration of their own, a power that differs according to their quality or character. Thus positive words have the ability to awaken in us feelings and powers akin to themselves.
We can easily prove this for ourselves. If, when discouraged or depressed, we repeat to ourselves the words: courage, strength, hope, faith, victory, joy, happiness, etc., we find that there is something within us that responds to the power and vibration of the words uttered, so that we are raised above our weakness and depression to such an extent that we are able once again to face up the difficulties and problems of life.
However, if we allow ourselves to become depressed and discouraged, we go down and down, life becoming more and more trying and difficult as we travel downwards. But if we overcome our depression and discouragement, we are able to rise to higher achievement and to a stable, satisfying success.
It is hardly necessary to add that if instead of making use of positive words, we make use of such expressions as: 'I am fed up', or 'Everything is against me', or 'Everything I do ends in failure', or 'Everyone has good luck except me', or 'What is the use of trying, it is always the same result: disappointment, failure, injustice, bad treatment from others', and so on, then the results are disastrous.
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