The Power of Our Words

A Journey into the Power of Words and the Impact Th ey Have on All Life

by Liz Mcgrath

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Book Description

Do you know that an empowering word can spark ideas, open doors, change attitudes, and create solutions?

Words can do all these things and much more. They have the potency to redefine personalities, lives, and entire communities. Just think of some of the things words are used for every day:
- To communicate a message
- To express a feeling
- To interact with others
- To associate meaning, intention, and tone
- To record history
- To tell stories
- And so much more!

When used the right way, words can also enhance the power of the mind so that people can select what they process and what they do. The selection of powerful words and images is conducive to a feeling of confidence in achieving personal mastery, however one needs to understand their power to get the most out of them.

It's time to delve into words - their sound, their meaning, and their secrets. Only then will you truly be able to comprehend and harness The Power of Our Words.

This open book is licensed under a Open Publication License (OPL). You can download The Power of Our Words ebook for free in PDF format (1.2 MB).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1
Words
Chapter 2
Investigation
Chapter 3
Intention
Chapter 4
Intonation
Chapter 5
Suggestion
Chapter 6
Communication
Chapter 7
Mind
Chapter 8
Mirror
Chapter 9
Mirror Exercise
Chapter 10
Concentration
Chapter 11
Conditioning
Chapter 12
Reinforcement
Chapter 13
Visualization
Chapter 14
Now
Chapter 15
Attainment

Book Details

Publisher
iUniverse
Published
2009
Pages
72
Edition
1
Language
English
ISBN13
9781440122996
ISBN10
1440122997
ISBN13 Digital
9781440123009
ISBN10 Digital
1440123004
PDF Size
1.2 MB
License
Open Publication License

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