Words, powerful and important – words. We say them. We think them. Science, religious leaders, philosophers, and metaphysicians have proven that words and phrases can imprint themselves on our brains, cells, and bodies and affect them in both positive and negative ways. This extends to other people and animals who hear our words or to whom our thoughts are directed. Ponder this a bit before reading more – your words and thoughts are powerful for both good and not so good.
Water is particularly sensitive to imprinting, interestingly even lifeless fluids like soda can be influenced by spoken words and thoughts which can have those thoughts and wishes imprinted upon them. Imprinting can also affect foods with a high water content like lettuce or canned cat food. And guess what? People and cats being mostly water we are all sponges for words and thoughts! Note: the exception to flowery speech is when you need to be completely honest with your veterinarian! What I’m talking about day-to-day thoughts and speech which can reinforce bad behaviors, disease or illness, and keep anyone from changing for the better.
When we speak of or think about our cats it’s best to avoid phrases such as:
- “My cat is a monster from H*ll.”
- “My cats hate each other.”
- My cats spray and now my house stinks.”
- “All those cats do is fight.”
- “My cats are awful.”
Words that are better would be:
- “I have wonderful cats.”
- “My cats are friends.”
- “My cats know they are loved.”
- “My cats have great behavior.”
- “We live together in harmony and with mutual understanding.”
I’ll prove that such upbeat and positive language isn’t new to you! Haven’t you already said to a cat “You are a good boy” or “You are a good girl” even if they might not always be? By using the right words, you are saying that something already is a fact or reality. It’s encouraging for all parties involved, these words are easy for the body and mind to grasp. When we make a wish, like “I wish my cats my cats to get along” the words are vague and imply that it may never happen. Instead say: “My cats are getting along!” “My cats are responding well to the flower essences.” These say it’s reality and not a day dream!
- “My cats are friends, love, love, love.”
- “My cats love their litter boxes.”
- “My cats feel secure and know they are loved.”
- “My cats are calm, serene and peaceful.”
- “My new cat is loving living in our home.”
- “My cat’s body is functioning perfectly, good health abounds”
Did you slip and say or think something not very nice? Don’t worry, when we bottle we set an unbreakable intention of protection from outside influences. But for backup don’t hesitate to hold the bottle and recite bottle’s purpose and say “this bottle is free and clear of any outside influences including my own. it is now and will remain pure to do for my cats what it was intended to do.”
Before we tell you about this week’s sale, another habit to change is verbally taking ownership or assigning ownership of disease. What I mean by that is don’t say: “I’m a Diabetic” as it sounds like you’ve joined a club you want to remain a member of. Instead say” I’ve got Diabetes” which implies that it’s something that can/will go away with the right intentions and modalities. The same with your cat. Don’t say ”Fluffy’s Cancer” because sounds like a cherished possession, instead say “Fluffy has Cancer” which says that it can/will be temporary and go away.
Does all of this positivity seem daunting or something difficult to maintain? With today’s determination and effort, tomorrow will be easier and better which is what matters. Remember this old expression: Fake it till you make it!