Your mind is very powerful and is constantly working for you through your (subconscious)! The actions that you yourself think are more than likely going to happen because of what you can see in front of you at any given moment. If you have a strong belief that anything is possible and you expect that thing to come to you- by the law of the universe, it must happen onto you!
If someone that was in a jam or had something unfortunate happen to them said, “I can get through this. This is only temporary,” or, “This too shall pass. I’m a strong person,” then their mind will possibly convince itself that it can and will act accordingly. Their mind would automatically start to set in motion the thoughts and actions necessary to create both a positive outcome and a life lesson for years to come based on those positive
beliefs! But when you say to yourself, “I can’t do this,” your mind and body respond accordingly.
When you say to someone else, “You’re not good enough,” you are feeding their mind with negative vibes and thoughts that will convince them that maybe they aren’t good enough. This is more evident in children. When a child is first learning to play a sport or trying to learn to ride a bike, they need constant positive reinforcement and encouragement through all the missteps, mistakes, and errors they will make. They need to be made to feel like that if what is happening is not right, that it is not that they aren’t good enough or they can’t learn or do something, but that they, with every mistake or misstep, are one step closer to doing it.
But if they are told every time that they don’t get something right, that they aren’t good enough, then you run the risk of crushing their spirits, perhaps even discouraging them and eventually convincing them that they can’t do it and that they really aren’t good enough. Your spoken word therefore has energy and energy is power- use it for the good of humanity and to fully empower yourself!
With that said, "Put a little MaxPower into your life!"