What happens to us when we say potent words aloud?
Love, our face lights up. We have a warm feeling inside us.
Joy is an expression of delight and jubilation. We smile.
Friendship, when we have affection and respect for someone. We are included.
Compassion being sensitive to others.
Empathy when we relate to others’ problems.
Hate and anger are intense emotions. They result in an adrenalin rush. We frown, look cross and add lines to our face.
Fear triggers another release, when we say that we are afraid, it reduces our level of fear, or it can further exaggerate it.
It is surprising how these words affect us. I was watching Netflix and I saw the expressions on the face of the actors. It is true in real life and in reel life. Their faces lit up when they said, “I love you. “Try it yourself.
Our gurus tell us to attend satsang, listen to hymns and mantras, and chant using a mala. The prana and power of the word cannot be ignored.
A mantra is a divine sound. It is a condensed form of spiritual energy, the sound of the divine being. It can also be thought of as a compact prayer.
What is our take from this, love others as much as you love yourself. Respect and be kind to yourself and others. Be aware of the words like joy, happiness and affection. Respond and be proactive. It leads to balancing of prana and harmony within you.
Aim Hrim Klim