Article Summary By Michael Estlack, Director of Connectivity
According to a recent article in "Spirituality and Health Mafazine," singular words can have a powerful effect on our lives. "Depressed", "anger", and "joy" are all words that carry significant weight on their own. Most of the times in our life, we only need one word to describe how we feel in the moment. The problem is, we often ascribe to these words and generalize them to more then just the present. This may be fine for using the word "joy", but describing your entire life as "depressed" can be dangerous and keep you stuck in such a place.
So how can we benefit from the power of singular words?
Let them only describe the present. Are you depressed? Then tell yourself that you are only depressed right now. Are you full of joy? Then be joyous right now. Let yourself be ok with being content in the moment. We can truly harness these words and let them shape our lives for the better. When we tune ourselves into these singular words, we connect with where we are emotionally. When negative words overwhelm us, we can use positive words such as "hope" to bring us back to a positive space.
Allow "hope" to be the reigning word in your life. Let our "hope" experts at SHAW Center for Healing help you to bring that POWERFUL word into your daily vocabulary and create the life you've always imagined!
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