I am a person of my word. I recognize the impact that my words can make, and I act accordingly.
I know the power of words. Words can cut like a sword or cultivate kindness, generosity, joy, and optimism. I reap what I sow.
Because I know how powerful my words can be, I am vigilant in keeping my words positive.
I take the time to think before I speak. I also think before I communicate in writing.
I know I can use my words for good or for naught. I understand the law of cause and effect. I am thoughtful with my words.
I keep my word. I am honest and true. I have integrity. I am impeccable with my words.
I am a powerful influencer. I recognize the responsibility that comes with being able to influence others. I use my words for the good of all.
I use discernment with my words. I also use discernment regarding the words of others. Whether I read material or listen to any media, I stay aware of how much words can go into my subliminal brain and influence my choices.
Rather than becoming judgmental, I listen intently to the opinions and views of others. I stay in a place of respect even if I have different preferences. However, I make my own decisions.
Today, I honor all paths, but I choose my own. I wield my words with integrity, truth, and kindness.
- How can I pay closer attention to my words and their effects?
- How can I stay in integrity with my words?
- How can I practice discernment rather than judgment?