Words are Powerful and can create your reality.

“Your words become your world.” Nadeem Kazi

Words are powerful: Through them, we can communicate with other people. We can tell them what we think and how we feel. Words allow us to better understand our fellow human beings and the world through literature, music, or a simple conversation. But there are also words that influence us every day and can unconsciously change our minds.

The words we hear and use daily influence how we think and act and what we perceive and remember. Our thoughts create who we are. Beliefs affect our mood, our self-esteem, and how we see others and the world.

Slogan words can manipulate us, create limiting beliefs in our thoughts, and can make us doubt ourselves. We often are so sure of these beliefs that we don’t even think to question them.

Words are powerful: handle with care.

Some Words can be used to “rule” over your life. and some changed definition

Words are powerful and can change everything. You can trigger positive feelings with words like love, hope, enthusiasm, passion, trust, and confidence. However, words can also reinforce fear, sadness, and hopelessness. They can create anxiety or calm you down.

Some words we use can create courage in people and have a soothing effect; others make people discouraged, hopeless, and even sick.


Words can strengthen and weaken feelings.

We should always be aware of the power of words. Once we say something, we cannot take it back, whether positive or negative.

Words have a specific meaning for everyone and can trigger ideas, images, and memories in people. It can be different for every person.

Depending on what a word stands for in a situation, you can have pleasant or unpleasant feelings about it. Words can strengthen and weaken feelings.

Always remember and realize that you can decide your thoughts and feelings. You can choose how you want to feel because you are the only one in control of your thoughts. How you see and describe your life determines how you feel about yourself.

 What stories do you tell yourself?

Choose the right words to communicate.

If we communicate, we should choose words carefully because words reinforce or weaken personal feelings.

To be able to use words correctly and as positively as possible, it may need some practice. Often you may use specific phrases. Sometimes, a casual saying can help solve a problem or make you cheerful. Especially when you don’t find the right words, quotes, or sayings can be helpful.

Choose words with care because how you think, act, perceive, and remember is closely related to how you express yourself daily.

The choice of words you habitually use reflects your emotional experiences and directs perception, mood, and behavior.

Word Magic

Word Magic & Manipulation

If you constantly choose negative words, you will doubt your competence, approach tasks hesitantly and anxiously, or may miss opportunities. Fear and pessimism can make your life miserable.

Therefore, if you notice that your habitual vocabulary tends to be negative, exchange it for positive words. It makes a big difference if you judge out of habit as “good” or “not bad.”

The oldest, shortest words – ‘yes’ and ‘no’ – are those which require the most thought.– Pythagoras

Positive language encourages you to use your abilities and to trust them. It makes it easier for you to achieve goals and overcome difficulties.

See > How can Communication Skills be Your Ticket to Success?

and > Master your Communication Skills – Connect, Build Trust, Read People

“Nothing can survive without food. Everything we consume acts either to heal us or to poison us. We tend to think of nourishment only as what we take in through our mouths, but what we consume with our eyes, our ears, our noses, our tongues, and our bodies is also food. The conversations going on around us and those we participate in are also food. Are we consuming and creating the kind of food that is healthy for us and helps us grow? When we say something that nourishes us and uplifts the people around us, we are feeding love and compassion. When we speak and act in a way that causes tension and anger, we are nourishing violence and suffering.- Thích Nhất Hạnh, The Art of Communicating.

No doubt, Words are powerful.

And by choosing our words consciously, we can help make the world around us a better place. Choose your words consciously and use them in a positive way for yourself and other people.

Because every word spoken has an effect, be it on ourselves or others.

Let’s choose our words wisely, which help create a world of compassion, hope, passion, and understanding.

Some quotes about the power of words

“Throughout human history, our greatest leaders and thinkers have used the power of words to transform our emotions, to enlist us in their causes, and to shape the course of destiny. Words can not only create emotions; they create actions. And from our actions flow the results of our lives.” Tony Robbins

“The power of the spoken word is one of life’s greatest mysteries. All you will ever be or accomplish hinges on how you choose to govern what comes out of your mouth.“- Cindy Trimm

“Words are containers for power; you choose what kind of power they carry.” Joyce Meyer

Words – so innocent and powerless as they are, as standing in a dictionary, how potent for good and evil they become in the hands of one who knows how to combine them. – Nathaniel Hawthorne

“Your word is the power that you have to create; it is a gift.” Don Miguel Ruiz

“You can change the course of your life with your words.” Anonymous

“If you believe in the power of words, you can bring about physical changes in the universe.” H. Scott Momaday

“Your words carry amazing power. So when you speak, make sure you uplift someone and never put them down.” Anonymous

“Words have a magical power. They can either bring the greatest happiness or the deepest despair.” Sigmund Freud

“The Power of Words.” Mohammed Qahtani

What about you?

Are you aware of the power words can have?

Learn how to use your words in a way that benefits you and others > Master your Communication Skills – Connect, Build Trust, Read People.

Learn about the words in the Wisdom Code.