Morning Musings – 90 Days of Inspiration: Day 84

The Weight of Words

I have shared with you throughout this Morning Musings series food for thought, Laws of the Universe, and ways to expand your thinking, shift your perspectives and hopefully inspire a new way of living your life to the fullest.

Words are real, raw and have energy.

Whether you speak, think, write or imagine, words will be projected out into the ethers of the group consciousness looking for a match.

This is part of the Law of Attraction.

What we send out will boomerang back to us in likeness. So, I like to encourage others to seriously consider every thought, word spoken, image made, and communication typed as to how this makes you feel and how it may have an impact on someone else.

Now, some people could care less. They are selfish, narcissistic, and probably have a lot of unhealed deep wounds. Unfortunately, this is a sad state of humans, one that I believe we will forever be trying to shift.

But the good news is, if you are not that person, then you are blessed. Because you have the capacity to give a gift, one that leaves a legacy, passed on from generation to generation. That gift is wrapped in your essence of being a person of love.

Love has a different energy than Hate.

You can understand this better by doing the following:
Hold your hands out and imagine the word Love sitting in your left hand. Imagine Hate sitting in your right hand. Focus back and forth between your two hands. Feel the difference in the weight. Close your eyes and just be at one with this experience. Allow images, feelings, emotions to surface when you focus on Love vs. Hate. Once you truly get the depth of the significance of words, open your eyes. Be sure to “release” these words from your hands, brush your hands together and intend the words dissolve into water, light, the heavens, wherever you wish for them to be directed. (and you cannot direct hate to another person!!). Take a breath in and slowly breath out. Now, replace this with some thoughts that allow you to smile, feel great and uplifting.

The weight of words is very powerful!

What I have discovered in my own experiences in life is the more I intend and focus on words that feel good, represent love and is more expansive than words that are heavy, negative and is contracting, the better my life becomes.

When going about your day, be conscious of what you are thinking. Before you write or communicate, consider how impactful it will be and will it take your experience in the direction you want it to go?

If someone makes you angry, upset, frustrated, be sure to cool down before responding. You can stand up for yourself, create boundaries and have a voice without the need to use low energy words or stoop to the level of the attacker. There is a scale called the Map of Consciousness that identifies the calibrated levels that correlate with specific processes of consciousness. This includes emotions, perceptions/attitudes, worldviews and spiritual beliefs. You can check it out in David Hawkins book, Power vs. Force.

I use this chart for myself and my clients. The scale has a critical response point set at 200. This is associated with integrity and courage. All attitudes, thoughts, feelings, associations and entities below this level of calibration makes a person go weak and those that are above this level makes a person strong.

This is the balance point between using words that make or others weak vs. strong, and negative vs. positive influence.

As one crosses the line above the 200 mark, this is when the well being of others becomes increasingly important. We have happier lives when we show compassion, care and love toward our fellow humans. You can expand your empathy for life in various forms of expression, advancing in the evolution of your individual consciousness. The process of living from unconditional love starts to perpetuate itself, going into auto-correcting your use of words, leading to self-improvement becoming a way of life.

Change your words, change your thinking and ascend through the levels of consciousness so that life is happening through you and not to you.


Eileen Bild
Eileen Bild
EILEEN is Founder of The Core Thinking Blueprint Method, CEO of Ordinary to Extraordinary Life, Executive Producer of OTELproductions, and talk show host for OTEL TALK. She holds a Masters in Transpersonal Psychology and is a published author, Internationally Syndicated Columnist, contributing author to the inspiring book Chaos to Clarity: Sacred Stories of Transformational Change and Breakthrough S.P.A.R.K. Coach. Eileen and her husband Trevor are a power couple whose foundation is a 360 view of the world through inspiring, uplifting, and empowering others. Maximizing performance, communication, and drive for growth for your highest achievement is what you will experience working with Eileen and Trevor. They are owners and producers for ROKU channels KNOB TV, OTEL TALK, and OTEL MUSIC VIDEOS; and develop channels for professionals and businesses. They collaborate with companies, such as 360° Nation/Dennis Pitocco, musicians, entrepreneurs, and many more. Go from Ordinary to Extraordinary!

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  1. We truly do own how we interact with people. It cost us nothing to make a point each day and reach out to someone. The human connection is amazing. One soul sharing with another, to look into someone’s eyes and know their story, what an amazing experience.

  2. Compassion means showing more honesty, being more present, remaining open to feedback and really listening. Compassion is linked to emotional intelligence because it puts attention on body language and the tone we use when talking to others, how we show respect, how we handle feedback or criticism and how we make others feel.
    No one is perfectly compassionate all the time, of course, but those who make an effort to act deliberately in a more compassionate way tend to have stronger relationships, feel happier and more confident, experience better moods, maintain a style of healthier life and recover from adversity more effectively.