Posted on May. 7, 2006
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What happens when we speak? An image is
produced in at least two minds - the speaker's and the listener's.
If we've spoken purposefully and precisely about the outcome we want,
the image that follows is clear, positive and supports the fulfillment
of that outcome - in at least two minds. If we've spoken
carelessly and unconsciously, the image that follows is generally
unconscious but well defined, and often supportive of an outcome we
DON'T believe we want - in at least two minds.
The images, both conscious and unconscious, that
our words produce, do not just sit there benignly in our minds. They
generate a feeling - in at least two minds. Nor are those feelings
benign. They stimulate responses, decisions and attractions -
in at least two lives. Are those, then, benign? Not a
chance. They demonstrate our limitations, and those limitations we
wish to impose on others - in at least two lives. But it doesn't
It recycles as we talk about the feelings and
their demonstrations of our unconsciously chosen realities. The
previously produced image is re-inforced - in at least two minds,
probably adding a new mind or two to the cycle. And the beat goes
We can't change our feelings without changing our
conscious and unconscious mental images. We can't change our
mental images without changing our conscious and unconscious language.
We CAN change our language at will as we become conscious of the
images our language produces and as we choose to speak the outcome we
desire instead the ones we don't desire.
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Wishing You the Best Outcome you can Imagine and Speak