Tips for a positive life


Power of Speech..

Some months ago we explored curses and spells, looking at how they work, why they work and how to break them.


Now, lets look at the other side of the coin  `words that heal´ or  `compliments´ or even `blessings´.


Well if words and thoughts can harm us, spell us or even curse,

its obvious that words must also be able to heal and bring good fortune.


This healing ability is something that all of us have and we can practice it and use it, one doesn't need to walk around reciting the lords prayer, its enough to simply speak encouragingly to someone close by, or write, or type email/message to someone who is struggling alone.


In todays tech world, social media platforms such as Facebook and youtube, are awash with negative news, don't dwell on it, keep moving on.. post some good news, some positive words, a painting or photos with positive depth.


What about gossip?

Gossip is nothing more than words out of control.. we have all been witness to this at some time or other and it can certainly have detrimental effect. Gossip changes opinion, it nurtures us to recategorised someone or something, its a smear campaign against someone which causes people to be dispossessed of their moral rights.


Gossip flourishes over time, it helps the perpetrator feel superior to consider someone else's misfortune. Its damaging and it always comes back round some time or other!. Gossip is a means to diminish someone and of enhancing the ego, stay well clear of it, a simple strategy to cut gossip that usually works is this;  if anyone comes along talking about anyone else in a negative manner, tell them to go and tell the person to their face!


Taking away someones goodness is something each of us do when we gossip, even if its about a celebraty or sports personality so stay well clear of it.


  •  Always Speak the truth, and let honesty guide the words. 
  •  Keep your promises.
  •  Pray from the heart.
  • If you can't say something encouraging/positive, don't bother saying anything.
  • Give praise rather than detraction. 
  • Honour silence.