The influence of speech
by Baigalmaa staff
The influence of speech
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No one can forget a happy childhood. Childhood is the best time when every day is happy, there is nothing to be sad about yesterday, there is no need to be afraid of tomorrow, you can do wrong things and complain, but after a moment you forget and laugh with tears in your eyes. Where does that innocent cuteness, incredibly happy childhood go?

As we grow up and become adults, we get stuck in the midst of household problems, lose many of our natural qualities, gain endless acquired qualities such as doubt, wariness, mistrust, and anger, and get stuck in them... We connect our natural purity with our life experience and are happy. What prevents you from living? This can be related to our speech. A person believes that he lives what he talks about, and what he proclaims, he gets. Words are denser than thoughts, able to form matter several times faster, and are the shell of our thoughts, the "clothes of thought". German psychologist Nossrat Pezeshkian was the first to study this research, and in the beginning, he used words to treat the mind, body, and soul. It is argued that words can cause disease in the body, and that any healthy body is capable of causing disease and disruption of life. You should be careful not to use the following words in your speech or listen to them. The professor has proven that these words call for pain through a survey of many people. He advised that if you know whether you are using such words, you can control them, and by controlling them, you can change your life for the better.

Words that kill the body, mind, and health: - I'm lost, I'm out of my mind, I'm short of breath, my head doesn't work, I feel like I've been squeezed, I'm sick to my stomach, it's like breaking my heart, I'm carrying it on my back, it's coming out of my mouth, I'm losing my mind, I want to die, I'm tired , I don't know myself, fools around me, where to vent my anger, get into my blood, break my heart, have a sensitive heart, put my head down, bow my forehead, headache, unbearable, I'm out of patience, life is ugly, don't look at me, scary to look at, look at Anyway, the world is hard, I don't want to listen, it's crazy, it's bad...

Words that bind life: It won't work, it won't work, I can't, I can't, it's too much, I can't promise, it doesn't depend on me, it won't work, I...don't have the right, it's not time, I just want it, I'm nobody, I need it terribly, I need it, I need it, never, impossible, if, no choice, no sense…
We hear these words hundreds of times a day. We talk without thinking and express our life as if there is no light. Because we don't know that we create problems with the number of times we say "should" and "must", we stop understanding the meaning of life.
Removing these words from your vocabulary opens the door to great change. Rest assured that this change is very pleasant. Instead of these words, words of inspiration will begin to flow involuntarily, and you will be happy to notice how words can make your life happier.