January 28, 2012
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In her work The Power of our Spoken Words Louise L. Hay
describes how our talks, selection of words, and the use of grammer can shape our life. How, the way we orally and socially interact with each other in real life, severely harms ones life or it really makes ones life. The main focus of her book is that the use of words in our talk can be much more dangerous for ourself as compared to those whom we talk to. To avoid this situation, we need to improve our thought process; get rid of poverty thoughts and grasp power thoughts. Live a happy life by forgiving those who may have harmed you and by spreading joy and beatitude to everyone. Regarding forgiveness the author says:
“Not forgiving someone else does not harm them in the slightest but it plays a havoc with us because the issues are not their the issues are ours.”
If someone harm you it is most likely because of some valid excuse, you may not be aware of, and forgiving right away could save you from a possible embarrassment that could happen later on in future. In this regards the author comes up with an interesting analogy:
“If you’re walking down the street and somebody bumps in to you and you whip around showing you’re very angry and say how dare they do that and then you see that person is blind; the understanding that you have instantly dissolves that anger.”
Likewise, we should not curse ourself about anything; we should be caring about others as well as ourself; lets not make our life rigid and miserable by any mean. We won’t live a regretful life if we accept our mistakes with a positive affirmation and forgive instantly the mistakes made by others. This is important for a better future. In authors words:
“When we won’t forgive and we won’t let go what we are really doing is binding ourself to the past and when you stuck in past you cannot live in present time and if you cannot live in present time then how you are gonna create a glorious future?”
For a better future we need to make affirmations; an affirmation is clearly spelling out what we really want to have in our life or what we really want to eliminate from our life. Once we have an affirmation then lets not compromise for less; lets make sure we get what we really want. It should be a matter of self esteem for us; the author comes up with a cosmic kitchen analogy:
“If you are in the restaurant and they bring the wrong order out that its not what you ordered; now if you have self esteem you will send it back if not you will eat it.”
Interesting! isn’t it?
Some more interesting quotable quotes about let go I found on the Internet:
In life, theres many things that we have to learn to let go. We have to let go of situations, things, memories, people and even ourselves. Its easy to form an attachment to people and things. When you ve formed an attachment to people and things, it can be a very painful experience and feeling when you realized that its time to let go. Even the mere thought of not having that person or thing in your life just squeezes your heart in pain. However, there are times where you or that person has changed to the extent that its necessary to let go of the relationship or friendship, so that each of you can fulfill your life path.
Letting go of your past and memories are also extremely hard. Even though old memories can be tormenting, yet you might hold on to the past and refuse to move forward. However, by refusing to let go of the painful past, it ll serve as a roadblock to love.
Letting go of your old self and the process of letting the new you emerge can be one of the scariest experiences in your life. But by leaving behind your old self and taking a leap of faith into the unknown, it might just reveal what you are truly capable of becoming.
Stand up and walk out of your history. Let go.
رفاقتیں کبھی زنجیرِ پا نہیں ھوتیں
نا چل سکو تو بچھڑ جاو دوستوں کی طرح