The Power of Words

Do you ever catch yourself speaking negatively? What if that negative thought became true? Most people don’t even realize it but they automatically speak negative. For example do you say:

“I love myself and I’m working to be as healthy as I can.” You accept and love yourself as you are and work to take care of yourself.


“I hate my weight; I’m tired of being fat and out of shape!” You speak negativity into yourself and this lowers your self-esteem and makes it harder to make any positive change.

What we grow up hearing and being taught becomes a huge part of our belief system. I believe it therefore I speak it. If you talk/speak more about the problem then you believe it. You can tell what a person believes by what they do. How about speaking positive things and through prayer your words will be brought to light.

Positive affirmations are a simple yet powerful and effective way to change your life.

Positive Affirmations:
I am peaceful.
I am healthy and whole.
I am happy and joyful.
I am Prosperous.
I attract wealth.
I am affluent and live in overflow.
Attracting Success:
I am successful in all of my endeavors.
I am creative and full of positive energy.
I love and enjoy my job.
My heart is open to give and receive love.
My heart is open to embrace my soulmate.
I am loved and I am in love.
-Jasmine Balom

Start off by writing down your positive affirmations to get those positive juices rolling.

This scripture says it all.

II Corinthians 4:13, 17 and 18
13 It is written: “I believed; therefore I have spoken.”[b] Since we have that same spirit of[c] faith, we also believe and therefore speak,17 For our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all. 18 So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal

Remember, what you say about yourself and what you speak about yourself will become your future.