#1 Mind Blowing Scientific Truth About Your Words
A Mind Blowing Truth About the Power of Your Words
There’s an old saying, “Sticks and stones may break my bones but your WORDS will never hurt me.”
That couldn't be further from the truth!
In the 1950’s, there was a very controversial preacher named Norman Vincent Peale in New York City. He espoused a theology of “Positive Thinking”, “Positive Words”, and “Positive Living.”
The USA had just come out of War World II. There were underground Civil movements and a looming baby boom from all the veterans returning home. Many serious problems to be concerned and major policy issues to address in the society. Albeit, there was a short, unassuming, softly spoken preacher, Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, discussing how important it is to keep our thoughts and words positive.
His book, The Power of Positive Thinking, stayed on the New York Times Best Seller’s List for 186 consecutive weeks. He was the counselor to numerous celebrities, USA Presidents, and everyday citizens.
His writings and work were constantly under scrutiny.
How could someone scientifically prove that speaking and thinking “Positively” could have a major impact on one’s well being?
At the time, there was no way to prove this theory scientifically or conduct unbiased adjudicated studies that could be praised by scientific journals.
.... UNTIL NOW!
Proven Results that Your Words Impact Your Life!
What if I told you that science can now prove that what you say has a direct impact on your life, whether good or bad?
Here is a chart of a study done by the University of Pennsylvania Center of Positive Psychology. They studied 80 million tweets...let me repeat 80,000,000 TWEETS
that the subjects posted. Below are some of the words taken from these various tweets.
-The top word cloud are those who were NOT mentally healthy.
-The bottom word cloud are those who were mentally healthy.
They then studied 1,300 Counties in the USA to see if they could predict cardiovascular disease by measuring what young adults in the county were tweeting.
Following their prediction...it's easy to see that the maps look almost IDENTICAL.
Below are the words used for the individuals AT RISK:
Here are the words used by those who were NOT AT RISK:
If common words like "thanks", "great", "fabulous", etc. had such a positive impact on their health...what would happen if they used words with more even more weight such as, "amazing", "success", "faith", or "love"?
Here’s the reality...WHAT YOU SAY MATTERS.
But most importantly...what you say IMPACTS YOUR ENTIRE LIFE!