Be impeccable with your words

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What brought me to write this post?

Today, I read an article called “Reprogrammez votre cerveau pour rendre votre vie plus positive !“, written by one of my favorites bloggers Maxence WALBROU, where he invites readers adopt a positive thinking system, as a way to go beyond the limits set by negative thinking. He proposes a solution, that in any given situation when referring to ourselves or others, we should formulate words and thinking in a positive way.

That makes me wonder …

  • How many times have I limited myself by using negative words when referring to myself?
  • What else is beyond the limits I have set myself?
  • What could be different If I am impeccable with words?
  • How different your life would be, when you add positiveness to it?

What if …

  • I work upon being impeccable with words?
  • I agree to refer to myself and others, using kind and positive thinking?
  • I learn more about positive thinking?
  • We take a moment to reprogram our brains to live a more positive life?

My invitation is to walk together towards a journey full of positive thinking

I personally thank you for reading this article, I celebrate your courage and resilience.

And now that you know a little more about me, I invite you to take a moment to look around, staying curious, being brave and spreading love and take a moment to reflect about the following questions:

  • What agreements/believes do you have with yourself?
  • How different your interactions are, when you have a positive thinking mindset?
  • What would it mean for you, to agree with yourself to be impeccable with your words, starting now?  

Please stay at home, take a deep breath, keep yourself safe, and remember that:

We are incredibly better together, today more than ever!

Jesus

 

 

 

 

 

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