Sunday, April 29, 2012

Speaking Magic: How Your Words Create Your Experience

"To say a thing must be is the very power that makes it." - Prentice Mulford 


It'a an old word usually associated with amateur magicians. And it has a rich and somewhat mysterious history. Basically, it means this:

I create as I speak!

"A possible source is Aramaic: אברא כדברא avra kedabra which means 'Creating as speaking' which is thought to be in reference to God creating the universe (in some belief systems, ex nihilo, most notably the Abrahamic religions), by speaking (see also Fiat Lux)."

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Apparently, we have known for a long time that our words have power. So, next time you open your mouth to speak, consider what you may be creating within your experience. 

Change your words, change your experience. It really is that simple.

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