Superstitions aside, there is power in our thoughts and tongue. As mentioned in the influential book about manifestation, “The Secret,” if you see it in your mind, you can hold it in your hand.
Speak it into the universe, and you shall attract it. Or project it, as T-Bose shed light on with the topic this Monday 1 March. We’re told to think and speak positively to attract and maintain a positive mindset.
But what happens if we were to focus on the more toxic thoughts we are continually battling with internally? What if we give in to the negative side and wish harm on someone? Or think about the worst-case scenario for your life, and it unfolds.
Listen to the conversation on the Best T and find some nuggets of wisdom in his 3TSpoons on the subject.
3TSpoons on: #IspokeHarmAndItHappened
1. Because You Are Hurt
When we are hurt, we tend to want those who hurt us to feel the pain we feel, so we wish evil unto them. Sometimes we even want it would be ten times worse than we were on the receiving end of. But, what if their day doesn’t come? Are you going to bitter forever?
2. We Want Revenge
Whenever people hurt us, our initial reaction is to get back at them for what they did to us. So, we will go to great lengths to see them face the same pain we felt. However, sometimes the results aren’t what we expected, and we end up regretting wishing for revenge.
3. We Are Petty
Sometimes we get hurt and angry over small-nyana things, and instead of brushing them off, we choose to fight. It is often a culmination of issues piled up that we haven’t dealt with, and now out of frustration and anger, we cast evil verbal spells onto the next person. It is us that need the karma for sweeping issues under the carpet.