Does speaking into existence work?

Does speaking into existence work?

Of all, speaking things into existence isn't really magic (though it seems like it); it's just another technique to deal with the law of attraction. Analogous to journaling, creative visualization, or any other method of concentrating things into being, speaking things into existence works because you are focusing on the desired outcome and thus making it more likely to happen.

The concept is based on the idea that if you speak positively about something, then you will bring it about. It's simple logic - if you talk up a tree, people will give it attention; if they don't, they'll eventually cut it down. And since we want happy endings, we should speak positively about those things which we desire.

People have been talking things into existence for thousands of years using every kind of language: words, pictures, music - even lights and colors. The concept has evolved over time but the idea remains the same: focus on what you want, believe in it, and it will come about. It's not magic, it's not mysterious, it's simply the law of attraction at work.

So yes, speaking things into existence does work. But only if you talk positively about your goal. If you keep cursing it, then it won't come about. Now you know one secret that many magicians don't want you to know...

What does "speaking into existence" mean?

Simply by expressing something you care deeply about into reality, you may be offered possibilities you never imagined imaginable. Another example of "speaking it into existence" is when you first start dating. If your goal is to get married, then telling the universe that you want to marry this person is actually "speaking it into existence" because it shows that you're ready to take action and make your desire come true.

Or consider what would have happened if Abraham Lincoln had not been so committed to the idea of slavery being an evil in the nation and therefore refused to speak up about it. The fact is, we all have things inside us that we don't say out loud because we believe they are wrong or bad, but still feel passionate about them. For example, I know I'm supposed to refuse money from people, but I don't because it's hard to keep faith with my beliefs about money and greed when I need groceries. So even though I think it's wrong to take advantage of others, I still do it myself and others judge me for it, but I just ignore them and keep on going. That's why Jesus said: "Why do you see the speck in your neighbor's eye, but fail to see the beam of wood in your own?" (Mt 7:3). He was asking us to look beyond our own self-interests and see how we can help others.

Can words become reality?

According to psychologists, our subconscious mind takes what we hear quite literally. As a result, the world you inhabit is created by the words that come out of your lips. The more you talk about something, the more real it becomes. This is why powerful people use rhetoric to create realities around them. For example, President Lincoln used language to promote the cause of slavery abolition. Churchill described America as "a place where anyone can make a difference." These are all examples of how words can become things.

There are also words called "metaphors" that allow us to compare two things without actually using their exact same thing. For example, when someone says "fear is fear," they are using a metaphor because fears aren't really animals. The word "fear" has replaced another word with a similar sound: panic.

Finally, there are expressions like "today's heroes are tomorrow's history." This type of phrase creates a mental picture in everyone's mind. When used repeatedly, these phrases can have an amazing effect on changing people's minds set and behavior.

Words have the power to not only describe reality, but also to change it. Language is important because it allows us to communicate ideas and feelings that might otherwise be impossible to express.

What does "very existence" mean?

The fact that something exists in the world as a genuine entity is defined as its existence. Therefore, the existence of a thing can be said to be absolute or infinite, if it exists in any possible way or manner. The expression "the very existence of God" has been used by philosophers and theologians to describe the idea that God must exist because nothing else could possibly exist instead.

The concept of existence itself has been debated throughout history and continues to be discussed today. In this lesson, we will discuss four ways that something may exist: physically, philosophically, logically, and essentially.

How might something exist physically? Something may exist physically without being real or un-dead. For example, there are many physical objects that people believe to have supernatural powers such as haunted houses or lucky charms. There are also physical objects that are believed to contain hidden messages written by deceased authors such as Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll or The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien.

For example, there are many physical objects that people believe to be controlled by some sort of power greater than themselves such as gods or demons.

What is the concept of existence?

The ability of an entity to interact with physical or mental reality is defined as existence. It refers to the ontological characteristic of being in philosophy. Existence is a universal attribute of all objects that exist. The particular qualities and properties of any object are what make it unique or individual. Thus, everything that exists has the property of existence.

Existence is a fundamental concept in many fields of knowledge, including but not limited to physics, chemistry, biology, psychology, sociology, anthropology, logic, mathematics, economics, politics, religion, and ethics. As such, it plays a key role in many debates across these disciplines.

Is existence necessary for something to be real?

No. Reality is a complex concept with no clear definition. But we can say that something is real if it exists independent of anyone's experience. For example, numbers are real because you can count on them being there even if nobody else is able to see or hear them. Ideas are real because they exist in someone's mind even if they aren't physically present. Objects made out of matter are real because they can affect the world around them independently from anyone who might observe them.

Can you really think things into existence?

You have the ability to thought something into existence. In fact, you're already planning to make everything in your life a reality. The true issue is being more aware of your unconscious thoughts—the 90% of your thoughts that are unconscious and seem to run in the background of your life. These thoughts create feelings which lead to actions that produce results that further manifest your beliefs about yourself and your world.

For example, if you believe that you are unworthy of love, you will feel inadequate most of the time and avoid getting close to other people. If you don't work on changing this belief, you will always be afraid that someone will find out about your flaws and leave you. Even if they never actually did leave you, your fear is still there acting like a brick wall that prevents you from enjoying a healthy relationship.

The thing is, you can change any result you want by changing the way you think. No matter what happens, you can choose how you respond to it; therefore, you can change your life with mere thoughts.

You cannot control what goes on around you but you can control how you react to it. You can decide not to let negative events cut you down no matter what else may happen. Instead, you can take responsibility for your own life and keep moving forward despite challenges that may come along the way.

The most important thing is that you believe you can change your life and then do it!

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Linda Meler

Linda Meler is a professional in the field of psychology. She has been working in this field for over two decades and she loves it! She especially enjoys working with clients one-on-one to help them develop strategies for coping with their emotions and improving their mental health.

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