The idea that words possess power is a fascinating one.
We took a look at the magical effect of words last time, and we’re going to be delving deeper into the subject today.
I found an article called The Magical Power In Your Words, so I thought we could explore it together.
The thesis is stated well in the introduction:
The words you use have magic and power within them! They are impulses of magnetic energy, which, once released, set in motion a frequency that attracts and broadcasts to the world.
The article goes on to explain how words actualize ideas, build nations and worlds, as well as the healing power that they possess. These are deep concepts worthy of their own exploration. For now, a summary will have to suffice.
The idea that words can be used to convey ideas is pretty commonsense.
But what about words building nations?
In this article, they make mention of the Declaration of Independence. It’s not hard to see how the words in this document have served as guiding principles for a nation.
And words building worlds?
The reference they make in this article is to the Bible, specifically The Gospel of John.
The exact meaning of the text is hard to discern, but it is interesting to consider that words can build entire worlds.
The healing power of words?
We’ve actually taken a look at this before.
The article goes into quite a bit of depth on this topic, referencing several personal anecdotes – it’s definitely worth a read.
What do you think?
Do words really possess this much power, or do we tend to make too much of the things we say?
Can words indeed build nations and even entire worlds?