Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Power of Words and Its Unconscious Effects

Words are, of course, the most powerful drug used by mankind.
~ Rudyard Kipling.
Most often, we underestimate the power of words deposited into our subconscious. The power it generates when put into action is exceedingly greater than an atomic bomb, the effects which shape our character will only be either of two natures - positive or negative.

Thoughts are words the mind use, to send and receive information. It is properly and popularly believed that, if you change your thinking, you'll definitely change your character and that directly changes your life. This simple fact complements the most important application of the law of cause and effect; Thoughts are causes and conditions are effects.

One such scenario played out between Adam and Devil and the wind of this thought came; have you ever wondered how a little conversation between Adam and Devil, turn into a nightmare for Adam? The consequences that plagued a little disobedience caused havoc in the realm of the intangible. Adam lost his Spiritual authority to no other but the devil.  One important statement that can be drawn from this scenario is; when you don't hear the right words, you lose your goals


As a matter of fact, the meaning of devil can be attributed to a lot of things ranging from a mischievous spirit to a negative thought or more precisely, a negative absolute. It doesn't matter how your classification looks like, the point is; every little win the devil has over a person causes an exceedingly greater havoc in the life of the loser. But most people underestimate the devil, probably because its effects are not seen early enough in the physical but the truth is, they are inevitable.

Adam's case was turned around when Jesus resurrected and said; "All power in heaven and earth has been given unto me". He simply collected what Adam lost to devil, from the devil. Now how did I know this? In a 2000 year old book, Devil had a conversation with Jesus concerning this power, a few years before Jesus died and resurrected, more precisely, when he was tempting Jesus. He bluntly told Jesus that "All the kingdom of the world will I give to you, if only you kneel down and worship me."

Devil is all out to have more wins, don't let him be a winner, if not for any reason but for the havoc he will cause in your life. Remember Adam!

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