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To get inspired by beautiful words, or “superpowers” as we call them, check out this list of positive words.

List of nice words A to Z

List of nice words A to Z

Positive Words Research has compiled a resource representing a list of nice words starting with every letter of the alphabet. This nice word list is made for every letter from A to Z.

List of nice words A to Z

Find below a list of nice words with more than 500 beautiful words. Use this list of good words in alphabetical order to inspire yourself for your amazing projects.

Nice words that start with A

ABSOLUTELY, ABUNDANCE, ABUNDANT, ACCEPTANCE, ACCEPTED, ACCLAIMED, ACCOMPLISH, ACCOMPLISHMENT, ACHIEVEMENT, ACTION, ACTIVE, ADMIRE, ADORABLE, ADORED, ADVENTURE, AFFIRMATIVE, AFFLUENT, AGREE, AGREEABLE, ALLOWING, ALTRUISTIC, AMAZING, ANGELIC, APPEALING, APPRECIATED, APPRECIATION, APPRECIATIVE, APPRECIATIVE JOY, APPROVE, APTITUDE, ART OF STILLNESS, ASTOUNDING, ATTRACTIVE, AUTHENTIC, AWARE, AWARENESS, AWE , AWESOME, AWESOMENESS

Nice words that start with B

BALANCE, BEAMING, BEATITUDE, BEAUTIFUL, BEAUTY, BELIEVE, BELOVED, BENEFICIAL, BEST, BLESSINGS, BLISS, BLISSFUL, BLISSFULNESS, BLOSSOM, BOLD, BOUNTIFUL, BOUNTY, BRAVE, BRAVO, BRIGHT, BRILLIANT, BUBBLY

Nice words that start with C

CALM, CANDOR, CAPABLE, CAREFULNESS, CARING, CELEBRATED, CELEBRATION, CENTERED, CERTAIN, CHAMP, CHAMPION, CHANGE, CHARISMATIC, CHARM, CHARMING, CHEERFUL, CHEERFULNESS, CHEERY, CHERISHED, CHOICE, CLARITY, CLASSIC, CLASSICAL, CLEAN, CLEAR, CLOSENESS, COLLABORATION, COMFORT, COMFORTABLE, COMPASSION, COMPOSED, CONFIDENT, CONGRATULATION, CONNECTION, CONSCIOUSNESS, CONSTANT, CONTENT, CONTENTMENT, COOL, COURAGE, COURAGEOUS, CREATIVE, CREATIVITY, CUTE

Nice words that start with D

DAZZLED, DAZZLING, DECISIVE, DELICIOUS, DELIGHT, DELIGHTFUL, DESIRE, DEVOTION, DISTINGUISHED, DIVINE, DYNAMIC

Nice words that start with E

EAGER, EARNEST, EASE, EASY, ECSTATIC, EFFECTIVE, EFFERVESCENT, EFFICIENT, EFFORTLESS, ELECTRIFYING, ELEGANT, ELOQUENCE, EMPATHY, EMPOWER, EMPOWERED, ENCHANTED, ENCHANTING, ENCOURAGING, ENDLESS, ENDORSED, ENERGETIC, ENERGIZED, ENERGY, ENGAGING, ENLIGHTENED, ENLIGHTENMENT, ENLIVENED, ENOUGH, ENTHUSIASM, ENTHUSIASTIC, EQUALITY, ESSENTIAL, ESTEEMED, ETERNAL, ETERNITY, ETHEREAL, ETHICAL, EXCELLENT, EXCITED, EXCITING, EXHILARATED, EXPANDED, EXPANSIVE, EXQUISITE, EXTRAORDINARY, EXUBERANT

Nice words that start with F

FABULOUS, FAIR, FAITH, FAMILIAR, FAMOUS, FANTASTIC, FASCINATING, FAVORABLE, FEARLESS, FEELING GOOD, FETCHING, FIDELITY, FINE, FITTING, FLOURISHING, FLOW, FLOWING, FOCUSED, FORGIVENESS, FORGIVING, FORTUNATE, FREE, FREEDOM, FREE-SPIRITED, FRESH, FRICKY, FRIENDLY, FRIENDSHIP, FULFILLED, FUN, FUN-LOVING, FUNNY

Nice words that start with G

GENEROSITY, GENEROUS, GENIAL, GENIUS, GENUINE, GIFT, GIVING, GLAD, GLAMOROUS, GLAMOUR, GLORIOUS, GLORY, GLOW, GLOWING, GODDESS, GOOD, GOOD HEALTH, GOODNESS, GORGEOUS, GRACE, GRACEFUL, GRACIOUS, GRATEFUL, GRATITUDE, GREAT, GREEN, GRIN, GROUNDED, GROWING, GROWTH

Nice words that start with H

HANDSOME, HAPPINESS, HAPPY, HAPPY-HEARTED, HARMONIOUS, HARMONY, HEALING, HEALTH, HEALTHY, HEARTFELT, HEARTFULL, HEARTWARMING, HEARTY, HEAVEN, HEAVENLY, HEAVENLY JOY, HELPFUL, HELPFULNESS, HIGH-SPIRITED, HOLY, HONEST, HONESTY, HONORABLE, HONORED, HOPE, HOPEFUL, HUG

Nice words that start with I

IDEA, IDEAL, IMAGINATION, IMAGINATIVE, IMAGINE, IMPRESSIVE, INCREDIBLE, INDEPENDENT, INEFFABLE, INFINITY, INNER PEACE, INNOVATE, INNOVATION, INNOVATIVE, INSPIRATION, INSPIRATIONAL, INSPIRED, INSTANT, INSTANTANEOUS, INSTINCTIVE, INTELLECTUAL, INTELLIGENCE, INTELLIGENT, INTUITIVE, INTUITIVENESS, INVENTIVE, INVENTIVENESS, INVIGORATED, INVINCIBLE, IRRESISTIBLE

Nice words that start with J

JAZZED, JOLLY, JOVIAL, JOY, JOYFUL, JOYOUS, JUBILANT, JUICY

Nice words that start with K

KALON, KEEN, KIND, KIND-HEART, KINDNESS, KISSABLE, KNOWING, KNOWLEDGE, KNOWLEDGEABLE

Nice words that start with L

LAUGH, LEARNED, LEGENDARY, LIBERTY, LIFE, LIGHT, LIVELINESS, LIVELY, LONGEVITY, LOVABLE, LOVE, LOVED, LOVELY, LOVING, LOVING ACCEPTANCE, LOVING-KINDNESS, LUCID, LUCK, LUCKY, LUMINOUS, LUXURIOUS, LUXURY

Nice words that start with M

MAGIC, MAGIC BLISSFULNESS, MAGICAL, MAGNIFICENT, MARVELOUS, MASTERFUL, MASTERY, MEANING, MEANINGFUL, MEMORABLE, MERIT, MERITORIOUS, MIND-BLOWING, MINDFUL, MINDSIGHT, MIRACLE, MIRACULOUS, MOTIVATING, MOVING

Nice words that start with N

NAMASTE, NATURAL, NICE, NIRVANA, NOBLE, NON-RESISTANT, NOURISH, NOURISHED, NOVEL, NOW, NURTURE, NURTURED, NURTURING, NUTRITIOUS

Nice words that start with O

OKAY, ONE, ONENESS, OPEN, OPEN-HEARTED, OPEN-MINDED, OPENNESS, OPTIMISM, OPTIMISTIC, OPULENT, ORIGINAL, ORIGINALITY, OUTSTANDING, OWNING-MY-POWER

Nice words that start with P

PARADISE, PASSIONATE, PATIENCE, PEACE, PEACEFUL, PERFECT, PERFECTION, PERMALICIOUS, PHENOMENAL, PLAYFUL, PLAYFULL, PLEASANT, PLEASURABLE, PLENTIFUL, POISED, POLISHED, POPULAR, POSITIVE, POSITIVE ENERGY, POSITIVE THOUGHTS, POWER, POWERFUL, PRECIOUS, PREPARED, PRETTY, PRICELESS, PRINCIPLED, PRODUCTIVE, PROGRESS, PROMINENT, PROSPERITY, PROTECTED, PROUD, PURE, PURE LOVE AND LIGHT

Nice words that start with Q

QUALITY, QUICK, QUIET, QUIETNESS

Nice words that start with R

RADIANT, RAVISHING, READINESS, READY, REASSURING, RECEPTIVE, REFINED, REFRESHED, REFRESHING, REJOICE, REJUVENATED, RELAXED, RELIABLE, RELIEVED, REMARKABLE, RENEWED, RESILIENCE, RESILIENT, RESOUNDING, RESOURCEFULNESS, RESPECTED, RESTORED, REWARD, REWARDING, RIGHT, RIGHTEOUSNESS, ROBUST

Nice words that start with S

SACRED, SAFE, SATISFACTORY, SATISFIED, SECURE, SECURED, SEEMLY, SELF-ACCEPTING, SELF-LOVE, SENSATIONAL, SERENE, SERENITY, SHINING, SIMPLE, SKILLED, SKILLFUL, SMILE, SOUL, SOULFUL, SOULMATE, SPARKLES, SPARKLING, SPECIAL, SPECTACULAR, SPIRIT, SPIRITED, SPIRITUAL, SPLENDID, STIRRING, STRENGTH, STRONG, STUNNING, STUPENDOUS, SUBLIME, SUCCESS, SUCCESSFUL, SUNNINESS, SUNNY, SUPER, SUPERB, SUPERCALIFRAGILISTIC, SUPPORTING, SURPRISING, SUSTAINED, SWEET

Nice words that start with T

TENDER, TENDERNESS, TERRIFIC, THANKFUL, THOROUGH, THRILLED, THRILLING, THRIVING, TOPS, TRANQUIL, TRANQUILITY, TRANSFORMATIVE, TRANSFORMING, TRUSTING, TRUTHFUL, TRUTHFULNESS

Nice words that start with U

UNBELIEVABLE, UNDERSTANDING, UNFUCKWITABLE, UNIQUE, UNITY, UNLIMITED, UNREAL, UNSHAKEABLE, UNWAVERING, UP, UPBEAT, UPLIFTED, UPRIGHT, UPSTANDING

Nice words that start with V

VALUABLE, VALUED, VIBRANT, VICTORIOUS, VICTORY, VIGOROUS, VIM, VIRTUOUS, VITAL, VITALITY, VIVACIOUS

Nice words that start with W

WARM, WARMHEARTEDNESS, WEALTH, WEALTHY, WELCOME, WELCOMED, WELL, WHOLE, WHOLEHEARTEDLY, WHOLESOME, WILLING, WISE, WONDERFUL, WONDROUS, WORTHINESS, WORTHY, WOW

Nice words that start with X

XOXO

Nice words that start with Y

YAY, YES, YIPPEE, YOUNG-AT-HEART, YOUTHFUL, YUMMY

Nice words that start with Z

ZAPPY, ZEAL, ZEALOUS, ZESTFUL, ZING

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Words With The Power To Change Lives on Film

Words With The Power To Change Lives on Film

One of the most beautiful testimonies to the power of literature is Peter Weir’s film Dead Poets Society (1989), starred in by much-missed actor, Robin Williams. The film is centered on a teacher that changes a group of student’s lives, through his words. In one of the most memorable scenes, he tells them, “We read and write poetry because we are members of the human race. And the human race is filled with passion. And medicine, law, business, engineering, these are noble pursuits and necessary to sustain life. But poetry, beauty, romance, love, these are what we stay alive for.” Words have sparked change, inspired action, and helped human beings understand that they are not alone – even in their darkest hour. How have words changed lives in the film? Read below to discover a few examples.

Words and the Power of Acceptance

In one powerful scene in the recent film Call Me By Your Name (2019, Luca Guadagnino), a broken-hearted teen, who has just lost the love of his life, is consoled by his father. The father utters words that are so unexpected and beautiful, they form part of what critics have deemed the defining scene of this Oscar-nominated film. He says, “In my place, most parents would hope the whole thing goes away, or pray that their sons land on their feet soon enough. But I am not such a parent. In your place, if there is a pain, nurse it, and if there is a flame, don’t snuff it out, don’t be brutal with it.” Love, he says, is given only once and powerful emotions – including sorrow – should not be snuffed out, but rather, embraced. The father’s words are life-changing for the son, who resolves to hold on to rather than repress love. This scene is seen by many as an example of unconditional parenting at its finest.

Words as Imagined Perfection

Words sometimes fill a void, live life on behalf of its writer, represent a dream that will never come true. Such is the case in David Lowery’s Ain’t Them Bodies Saints (2013) – the story of Bob, a young man who takes the fall for his girlfriend when a robbery goes wrong and receives a life sentence. Bob writes his girlfriend achingly beautiful words which in effect are merely rhetorical since he will never be able to live the life he wishes to by her side. The words are given deeper effect by having the actor who plays Bob – Casey Affleck – read emotions such as these. “I’ll write to you every day and someday you’ll see a letter from me, and you will look up, and it will be me who’s handing it to you. And then we can forget about words, and I’ll touch your face, and I’ll kiss you.” His words may be a fantasy, but they enable his girlfriend to understand the extent to which she was loved.

Words that Merit the Greatest Sacrifice

These days, people feel considerably more independent when it comes to sharing their message than in the past. In the age of ubiquitous connectivity, everyone’s a mailman and as noted by OnlineStamp.net, people can efficiently print their own stamps at home, bypassing postal workers completely. Only Angels Have Wings (1939) shows us how different things were in the previous millennium. Cary Grant plays a brave airmail pilot who flies over the Andes mountains, risking his life so that the soldiers and their families can enjoy the soothing words of their loved ones. When war strikes, words can be the panacea, the inspiration, and the promise of something better to come.

Words that Woo

Words are capable of making someone fall in love with their writer, as the legendary tale of Cyrano de Bergerac and inspired characters have shown many times in the film. One film that builds on this narrative is Il Postino: The Postman (1995), directed by Michael Radford and Massimo Troisi. Il Postino is itself a remake of the 1983 film Ardiente Paciencia by Antonio Skarmeta. It is set in the year 1950. Famed Chilean poet, Pablo Neruda, is exiled to a tiny Italian island. There, he meets a young fisherman and part-time postman, Mario, who despite being poorly educated, becomes heavily influenced by Neruda’s poetry and philosophy on life. Neruda helps Mario woo the woman of his dreams, reminding him of the immense seductive power that beautiful words can have.

The beauty of words finds its apotheosis in many films that are treasured by aficionados the world over. From those that comfort or inspire to those that express an aching or yearning that will never be soothed, words are capable of eliciting powerful emotions that audiences can sometimes repress in their day-to-day lives. For many, these words are written down or kept in their mind, to be recalled when they feel that only they can really express what one is feeling.

Positive Words Research – Words With The Power To Change Lives on Film

4 Powerful Habits of Self Loving People

4 Powerful Habits of Self-Loving People

We have all come across people who appear so fulfilled, happy and confident. They seem to have everything going for them, they light up every room they enter and are so full of joy. Just looking at them fills you with envy and curiosity. “How do they do it?”, you wonder. Is there some secret you are not aware of? What are they doing differently?

Well, the answer lies in the way they view themselves. If you are one of those who prefers wallowing in self-pity and sadness, you will always find yourself stuck in a rut. However, the day you choose to take your life in your hands and change your perception of yourself – you are sure to see a massive improvement in the way you feel and the way you approach life in general.

Self-love isn’t taught and nor is it guaranteed to stay once you feel you have reached that place. Self-love is an ongoing process – you need to constantly be at it and tell yourself positive affirmations to gain confidence and make a shift in your perspective.

Here are 4 powerful habits of people who love themselves, so you can get inspired to tread the same path –

1. Enjoy Quality ‘Me-Time’

We all focus on developing our relationship with people around us but how much time do we spend building our relationship with our own selves?

Self-love is all about building a relationship with yourself. It’s about understanding your needs and learning how to put them first. The only way to know yourself better is by cutting off the noise around you and spending more time with yourself.

Whether it’s going for a run alone, meditating or just listening to music all by yourself – it is important to be comfortable in your own presence because it gives you clarity, revitalizes your spirit and proves to be beneficial for your mental health.

2. Take Responsibility for Self-Loving

Picture this – you have a deadline to meet for your college essay and you have not even started work. What do you do? Do you blame yourself for procrastinating, blame the college for burdening you with work or take responsibility of the situation and accept that you need urgent college essay help?

It’s easy to play the blame game. What’s difficult is accepting the truth, finding a solution and acting upon it. Know that you are responsible for your happiness and life and take full responsibility of your thoughts, feelings and most importantly, the way you speak to yourself. So, be good to yourself and shut out that meaningless negative self-talk.

3. Stand Up for Themselves

You cannot expect to be treated with respect if you don’t treat yourself like that in the first place. Whether it’s that colleague who constantly puts you down or that arrogant sibling who takes you for granted – it is important to step up and show people how you deserve to be treated.

Self-loving people know exactly when and how to do it because they are confident of their capabilities and don’t choose to put up with people who don’t give them the respect and treatment they deserve.

There will be toxic people you will meet along the way, but you need to know where to draw your boundaries and keep such people out for the betterment of your own mental health.

4. Know when to Let Go

It’s extremely difficult to forgive, let go and move on. You find yourself coming back to that negative emotion and having it wreck your life, but you just aren’t able to let go.

Here’s where self-loving people act differently because they understand that harboring any emotion that only spreads negativity should be gotten rid of.

It’s tough but not impossible. You need to look at the bigger picture and give yourself more priority over everything else. If there is an emotion that is bringing out the worst in you or affecting your peace of mind – let it go because nothing matters more than your mental health.

Author Bio

Adela Belin is the Head of Digital Marketing at Writers Per Hour. She creates content surrounding marketing with a focus on social media and digital marketing. Feel free to contact Adela on LinkedIn.

Powerful Quotes That Can Help Students Stay Motivated in College

Powerful Quotes That Can Help Students Stay Motivated in College

College is an excellent chance for students to learn what they need to know to succeed in their field. Needless to say, this entails a lot of hard work for each student. Once in a while – whether the student ismet with failure or they’re merely burnt out – it can be discouraging. With these quotes, though, students can find motivation once more.

“99% of the Failures Come from People Who Have the Habit of Making Excuses.”

When it’s time to work, many students find any way that they can get out of it. Maybe you promise yourself that you’ll work after this episode, in an hour, or even tomorrow. However, how many times has this method led to a stressful all-nighter that doesn’t give the best results?

If you want to pass a test or write the best college essay, start now. As George Washington Carver said, “99% of the failures come from people who have a habit of making excuses.”

“I Find That the Harder I Work, the More Luck I Seem to Have”

Thomas Jefferson once said that “I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have.” Apparently, it worked for the third United States president and author of the Declaration of Independence.

In other words, success and luck aren’t going to seek you out if you just sit there. Study hard and work hard and you’ll see amazing results.

“Success Is Not Final, Failure Is Not Fatal: It Is the Courage to Continue That Counts”

This quote comes from another successful and impressive historical figure: Winston Churchill. When a student fails, they might feel like it’s a mark of fate. For instance, a failed test can make a student feel like they aren’t good at a class. Once again, though, “Failure is not fatal.” So, don’t give up on something if you are faced with obstacles.

On the other hand, if you are successful in a class, this doesn’t mean that you can slack off. To keep success in a class, students need to continue to work hard.

“You Don’t Drown by Falling in the Water; You Drown by Staying There”

Ed Cole once said, “You don’t drown by falling in the water; you drown by staying there.” It means that if something goes wrong, it doesn’t mark the end.

Say a student fails the first test in one of their classes. If they study hard and seek help, they are likely to find success. Instead, if a student does nothing to improve and learn from that failure, then they will continue to fail.

“There Is No Substitute for Hard Work”

It was Thomas Edison that once said, “There is no substitute for hard work.” When a student is working or studying, they have to do the whole job. They won’t benefit from trying to take the easy way out – students need to commit to hard work to get the most out of their education.

“There are Two Kinds of People in This World: Those Who Want to Get Things Done and Those Who Don’t Want to Make Mistakes”

The final quote on this list is from John Maxwell; “There are two kinds of people in this world: those who want to get things done and those who don’t want to make mistakes.” This means that students shouldn’t shy away from working or taking advantage of opportunities because of fear of failure.

Conclusion

Each of these quotes carries an essential note for students. Procrastination is detrimental, success comes from hard work, and failure isn’t the end. If you are motivated to become a law expert, learn more about how to become a lawyer?

With this newfound motivation, students can pull themselves out of an uninspired rut and move forward toward bigger and better things.

About the Author

Alex Brian is an entrepreneur, marketer, and writer. He loves beaches and bathing in the sun. That’s where he finds his inspiration to author in-depth guides that teach E-commerce store owners ways to manage, grow and scale their business. Ina former life, Alex co-founded a custom menswear company which generates6-figures in annual revenue through its website and retail.

Positive Words Research – Powerful Quotes That Can Help Students Stay Motivated in College

Positive Words to Inspire Yourself in the Morning

Positive Words to Inspire Yourself in the Morning

Undoubtedly, some of us find it difficult to wake up in the morning. However, even as we wake up, sometimes we do not have the will or the desire to start the day. This can be due to fatigue, stress, multiple work tasks, or a lousy sleeping routine. Anyway, we have to encourage ourselves every morning, so we have more will and be more productive during the day. Here are ten of the many facts that we should remind ourselves each morning for a better day.

A new Day, a new Opportunity

Every new day can bring something new into our lives. Many people may know this, but often they do not remember or appreciate the importance of this fact. We need every morning to wake up with this principle to try out something new that can bring about positive changes in our lives.

Don’t wait. The time will never be just right

One of the biggest mistakes people make is waiting for the right time. Often people do not have the ambition to start something new and wait for the right time to come. In fact, they have lost the most valuable thing. We need to manage time efficiently to achieve something in life. So we should remind ourselves every morning that we have to act and not just wait for “the right time” because the positive changes require self-initiative.

You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great

This is another fundamental principle that we should remind ourselves. Many people fail to create something new because they do not consider themselves a “right person” to get started. In reality, it is quite the opposite. Almost all successful people have started from nothing.

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step

As soon as we wake up in the morning, we have to fill ourselves with positive energy and see life more positively. This statement is more about the initiative that we have to take every day. Since everything starts from the first steps, we should not be afraid to create something great even though we began to. Most successful companies like EssayWritingLand started from nothing and worked hard to achieve their goals.

It is never too late to be what you might have been

We should understand this principle well and remind ourselves of it every morning. Even if you had a dream in your life that you did not achieve, it is never too late to start it again. If you have had the desire to behave with a particular profession, then it is not too late to start now and follow your dream.

Be Yourself

Maybe you have heard many times, but it’s true. Be yourself. Indeed, each of us has his positive virtues, so follow them. Each character is different and has its qualities. Therefore, no one should be copied, since the good is hidden within you. Try remembering your virtues every morning and tell yourself that you are a valuable person.

It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop

Even if you do not have immediate progress, this does not mean you have to stop. If you are doing something and have not yet achieved the desired results, then once you wake up to remind yourself that you should not stop until you reach your goals.

The tragedy of life doesn’t lie in not reaching your goals.

Each of us must have our goals in life. This will give you more sense of your day and will make you ambitious. It is well-known fact that people who do not have specific goals, have a monotonous daily routine and feel ineffective and unproductive.

Successful people do what unsuccessful people are not willing to do

It would help if you always had the principle of going beyond your limitations. This usually makes successful people. Every morning remind yourself that you can achieve more and that you are willing to do things that ordinary people do not want to do. Challenges make you more powerful and give positivity to your life. 

Try Something New

You should not be afraid of new things, and you should remind yourself now and then. Life has evolved too much, and I have changed. Therefore new things bring positivity and can give meaning to your life. You can do more if you ever go out of the routine and try something new.

Conclusion

Morning is the starting point of our day. So we have to be very careful about how we approach this period. We should fill ourselves with positivity and recover lost energy through our new ideas and ambitions.

About the Author

Samantha R. Gilbert is a journalist and a blogger from New York. She likes to watch people and their behaviors, believes it can tell much about the person. Samantha loves to talk about modern art, education, and adventures. Find her on Facebook and Twitter.

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Positive Words That Help Evoke Self-confidence

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Self-confidence – An intriguing fact about your mind is that it does not know the difference between reality and imagination. Another fact is that your mind listens very carefully to every word you are saying, words that you speak and thoughts that you think day in and day out form the blueprint that you always move towards.

Positive words and phrases and why they work

If you want to teach your mind confidence, use empowering positive words. I recommend saying these to yourself as much as you possibly can:

I am enough, I matter, I am significant, and I am lovable.

No baby is born doubting himself. No baby is born thinking, “don’t look at me, I have fat legs” or “don’t look at me, I have just messed up my t-shirt.” Babies always believe they are good enough. Growing up, different events make us doubt that. Maybe your mom never had a kind word for you. Maybe your dad always expected you to get top grades and showed disappointment when you didn’t. Somehow, along the way, you learned to doubt that you are enough. In a free mini-course on self-confidence, I dive deeper into how that could have happened to you and how you can reactivate and regenerate the inner confidence you were born with.

The words that follow ‘I am’ command your mind towards a destiny, so when you say, ‘I am a loser’, that impacts you. When you say, ‘I am a winner’, it impacts you. The mind doesn’t care if what you are telling it is right or wrong, real or false; it lets it in. Saying ‘I am’, then using very powerful descriptive words allows your mind to accept the words as the absolute truth about you.

Overflowing with confidence can be achieved. There are four cornerstones of high self-confidence that will help you reach this state.

How to use the power of positive words to raise your self-confidence

Now that you know how your thoughts and your words shape your mind, it’s time to put their power into practice. There are two things I want you to do.

First, I want you to start noticing every time you are being harsh on yourself. Do you judge yourself when something goes wrong? Maybe you are late for an important meeting or often forget your car keys Maybe you consider yourself clumsy and never miss a chance to critically comment on every little slip. I want you to start noticing the negative harsh words you say about yourself and then transform them.

My daughter used to forget her school bag, but I would never tell her “you are so forgetful”. Instead, when she would appear at the front door 2 minutes after she left, I would ask her, “What did you REMEMBER,?” See? A simple word change can tell a completely different story to your mind.

The second thing I want you to do is to create many positive reminders around the house. I teach this in the free mini-course about self-assurance and will share with you right now.

You can write key statements like ‘I am enough’, ‘I am loveable’, and ‘I am significant’ on your mirror and fridge in lipstick or eyeliner, and put empowering words on your screen saver. Change the passwords that you type out on a daily basis so that they say ‘I am enough’ or ‘I matter’ or ‘I am loveable’; add numbers/characters for security reasons. When you start to say, write, and see the key positive words every day, they will absolutely sync in and make a difference. Most of us use the wrong words, and we spend all day saying ‘I am all alone’, ‘no one loves me’, and ‘I am not good enough’. Since you are already talking to your mind, you might as well talk to it positively, saying ‘I do matter’, ‘I am loveable’, and ‘I am attracting love’ because your mind will let those words in, accept them and act upon them.

This post is written by Marisa Peer – celebrity therapist and pioneering hypnitherapy trainer. Named Britain’s best therapist by Tatler magazine, Marisa has spent nearly three decades treating a client list that includes international superstars, CEOs, Royalty, and Olympic athletes.

Harnessing the Power of Words

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I love words! I love reading words. I love writing words. I love studying words.  I love words by themselves when they make funny sounds like, “plop,” “sizzle,” or “catamaran.” But what I love about words the most is that they can describe ideas that are bigger than what I am able to perceive in my 3-dimensional reality – harnessing the power of words.

I can read words to describe the things I CAN see, but can’t explain, like gravity or photosynthesis. And there are the words that describe things I CAN’T see like quantum physics, God, and the meaning of life. Words can also describe something I may never see in this 3D reality. I may never see a flying unicorn pooping rainbows in the clouds, but there are words to create that image, as I just did. Therefore, in my mind, the unicorn exists.

And there lies my fascination with words: endless possibilities

In the world of words, anything can happen. From the tiniest who in Whoville to the ever-expanding infinite source of all-that-is, and everything in between, all can be explained with words. (Except for the “ineffable.”) And so for the last few years, I was absorbed in a world of words.

Reading, writing, and listening to words all day, I got lost in the world of ideas and stories. Some stories were so inspiring that I beat myself up for not being “that hero” myself. Other stories were just so fun to imagine, I lost touch with reality. Either way, I lived in my head, and neglected the “real world.” I forgot there is life outside of words. I forgot I had a body, and I gained a novel’s worth of weight. I finally I realized it was time to reclaim my life in “reality”.

So, I dragged my sedentary butt to a yoga studio

I didn’t realize how far I had let my body fall off the radar,  but I was stiff and creaky. I begrudged all the things my body couldn’t do in class. Then one day I had a teacher who spoke my language.  She instructed us on how to do the “tree” pose. We faced a window that overlooked a pond, and we were guided to pick a tree to gaze at.

“Be the tree,” she said, as we stood on one foot. There was something romantic about the idea of becoming the tree, and I felt like I had made a long-lost connection with an old friend. I was a tree, and the tree was me. And like photosynthesis, I transformed that idea into energy.

In another session, the instructor was trying to get us to pull our shoulders back, but instead of saying pull your “shoulders back,” she said, “squeeze your wing-blades.” My heart instantly took flight.  Shoulder blades are shoulder blades, but unicorn wings, (or angel wings) are magical! I had never thought of my body as magical before.

Suddenly, being aware of my body was fun!

I imagined myself flying over hill and vale suspended by my “wing” blades. There was something heroic in that image. It instantly reminded me of riding my bike as a kid, when I pretended I was riding a horse through a sun-kissed savannah. And here I was as an adult on my hands and knees envisioning myself as a unicorn. Eventually, I learned to play with other ideas inspired by poses, such as warrior and happy baby.

What I learned is that the thing about words, is they are just the “carrier of meaning.” They are not the thing itself. As Alan Watts said, “the menu is not the meal.” You can’t drink the word, “coffee.” But you can use the word “coffee” to order a cup of coffee that you CAN drink. And if you are at certain coffee shops, you can even order a unicorn coffee drink.

And then I remembered reading various spiritual texts that talked about speaking words to create things into existence. Both the Bible and Vedic texts have phrases that say, “In the beginning was the word, and the word was with God (Brahman), and the word was God (Brahman).” And of course, Genesis states, “God SAID let there be light.”

Through speech, the word became flesh

And that is how I realized a fun way to use words to embody a magical life. So here is a way that I’ve been playing with words to speak the reality I want to live in my existence.

Pick some powerful words that you want to feel, and speak them. Let your body be the bookmark. Overlay the sparkly feeling of the word you want to embody in everything you do. Speak the words, and feel the meaning in your body. Here are some examples:

“Shake it off.”  shake off feelings of resentment, self-doubt, or any other bugger. Literally, shake your body and envision yourself sloughing off that old skin.

“Jump for joy!”

Literally, jump, and feel the joy. Speak the word, jump and feel the joy!

“Reach for the stars”

This reminds me of the closing statement of Casey Kasem, but stretch your arms to the sky and imagine reaching for the stars. What star do you want to pull from the sky? Put a power word in the star, and put it in your pocket. It will always be there.

“Grow / Expand”

Take a deep breath and envision your lungs as well as your awareness growing and expanding. Let your awareness expand beyond your body as you fill your lungs with everything around you, including the breath of trees and gas of stars.

“Leap to new heights”

Take the leap… take some leaps in your house, and envision the thing you want in life that you are leaping towards.

“Love” Love yourself

How do you love yourself? Treat yourself to a sensory experience. Love the tea you drink. Love the bath. The power of touch has been proven to release oxytocin and create a sense of calm. Try gently brushing your fingers on the inside of your forearms, and send love to yourself. Feel the tingly sensations. It is love.

“Tall and Light (and light)”

These are the words I use to correct my posture. I imagine myself tall like a tree grounded in the earth, and light like a feather suspended from heaven. The point is to sense the “space” — that quantum airiness— between the vertebra and stand tall. Do not be weighted by gravity, but light on feet. Be confident and also be a light in the darkness. Be a beacon of light.

“Be a pineapple”

I had to throw this in for my daughter who loves pineapples: The saying goes, “Stand tall, wear a crown, and be sweet on the inside.”  All that metaphorical goodness contained in a tropical fruit!

And my favorite: “Sparkle!”

In everything I do, I try to imagine “sparkle.” Sometimes I incorporate into my breathing exercise envisioning sparkly light filling up my body with glitter. Sometimes I look for “sparkle” when I wash dishes and the sunlight catches the suds and sparkles. Be the sparkle, or find the sparkle.  But if you focus on sparkle, find a way to embody or discover sparkliness in your life.

The opportunities to link fun words and images into your day-to-day living will give you a fresh new way to live in your world. (And help keep your mind from wandering into the bad neighborhoods of self-doubt and negativity.) You can use the words to imbue magic with everything you do. What other fun words can you speak into existence?

Kari Erkkila

Author’s Bio

Kari Erkkila is a recovering perfectionist who loves to play with words and art. Positive Words have become a favorite tool for exploring how language can be used to create a joyful life and a better world. Follow her journey on Instagram (Stink Big and Skurlfriend), or join the Facebook group, Stink Big!, a community for people who THINK big thoughts about being creative, but have been too afraid of “stinking.”

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10 Beautiful Positive Words That Will Bright Your Day

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Everyone wants their day to be bright. But the truth is you cannot start your day with negativity and expect positivity at the end.

There is a common saying that “a merry heart doeth good like medicine” In fact sometimes, all you need is to fine-tune your mind with positive words to feel better and have a bright day.

However, if you are ready for change, then say these words consistently to yourself and also imbibe them in your heart.

1. Love

Love is a beautiful word that heals. It will make you forget about hurtful past and concentrate on building something great. Love yourself completely. Remember if you don’t love yourself, then it will be difficult for others to love you and also for you to appreciate love when given.

Love heals! It sees everything as perfect even when they are not. You’ll have a very bright day when the only thing that crosses your mind is love for yourself and others. In fact, the world would be a peaceful place if only everyone understands the importance of love.

2. Beauty

The word “beauty” carries with it some great amount energy.  You will feel beautiful on the inside and outside using this word on yourself every day. It will make you bold and confident about your body and the things you do. You’ll feel extremely proud of yourself and what other people say about you won’t have any effect on you. And even though you lack some features, you still feel good about yourself.

3. Joyfulness

The word “joyfulness” is one of those that can brighten your day and also affect other people around. Of course, you cannot be in a good mood and expect others to mourn. Always be joyful. See everything working in your favor even when they aren’t.

Light eliminates darkness. And no matter the darkness of the darkest night, it does not prevent light from shining bright. Be cheerful and the people around you would follow suit.  “A warm smile is the universal language of kindness” William Arthur

4. Progress

Compliment yourself for every little progress you make. Do not compare yourself to others. Life is not a competition, so whatever success you achieve is worth celebrating. See yourself progressing in everything you do, whether the outcome is good or bad. “If there is no struggle, there is no progress.” Frederick Douglass

5. Safe

Don’t think of harm coming your way. Tell yourself you are safe from all evil. Do not also conceive evil thoughts against other people. Let your heart be free and do not think of harming others. “While we may not be able to control all that happens to us, we can control what happens inside us.” Benjamin Franklin

6. Hope

You need to have hope and believe everything will work out fine. Always be positive no matter how things are going.”Believe you can and you’re halfway there.” Theodore Roosevelt

7. Successful

Think positive in everything you do. See yourself succeeding even though achieving success in that endeavor is challenging. Remember a dog cannot give birth to a goat. It is most likely for success to come your way when you conceive it. “Optimism is a happiness magnet. If you stay positive, good things and good people will be drawn to you.” Mary Lou Retton

8. Healthy

Don’t just think but say that you are healthy and act it. Feel grateful that you are healthy and always be optimistic. “It is health that is the real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.” Mahatma Gandhi

9. Comfortable

Being contented will help eliminate stress. It will also prevent you from worrying too much. Be comfortable with your status and even though you make progress, see it as a step forward. I am content; that is a blessing greater than riches; and he to whom that is given need ask no more.” Henry Fielding

10. Laugh

Do things that will make you laugh! Move with people who will also make you laugh. A simple laughter can brighten your day. It can take away stress, pain, and worries. “At the height of laughter, the universe is flung into a kaleidoscope of new possibilities” Jean Houston

These are 10 positive words that will put you on the right track to enable you to make the most out of life. Words are powerful. They also play a vital role in reshaping our lives. Don’t just read the words in this post but put them into action.

Author’s Bio

Betsy Randall is a researcher in social and philosophy fields at  Termpapereasy.com. She has a master degree in Eastern Philosophy that is also her hobby. She does volunteering activity at schools and orphanage houses in Florida.

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Positive Words to Boost Your Child’s Self Esteem

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Self-esteem reflects one’s belief and attitude towards one’s own worth. It heavily influences choices, decisions and motivation to take care of self and explore full potential.

Development of positive and healthy self-esteem is crucial to the happiness and success of children and teenagers. Kids with high self-esteem are more probable to persistently strive for the accomplishment of their objectives and ambitions.

Those who have lower self-confidence do not consider themselves capable of achieving the goals; let important things slide and tend to be less persistent and stubborn to faceoff hardship.
They may have same goals as children with higher self-esteem but they are less stirred to pursue them to the upshot.

Parents and teachers can play a major role in boosting a child’s self-esteem.

The powerful words you say to your children, either positive or negative, stay with them for the rest of their lives. So, make sure you provide them with only positive and encouraging words to make them feel loved, competent and productive.

We have rounded up here the positive words to raise your child’s confidence and help build a positive self-image.

  • I am proud of you for giving such a great idea.
  • Thumbs Up!
  • You are doing very well.
  • That’s the best thing I have ever experienced.
  • You have done a marvelous job.
  • I’m getting excited to see what you do.
  • I knew you could do it.
  • You have worked very hard on that.
  • You speak how you feel and this is really good.
  • Thank you for putting a smile on my face.
  • You stayed so relax in that problem. I’m impressed!
  • I love hearing from you.
  • You are my hero.
  • You have solved my biggest problem. Thank You so much!
  • I always enjoy your company.
  • You are brilliant.
  • I have found you very creative.
  • Nothing can stop you from success.
  • You have figured out the solution quickly.
  • I am impressed the way you handled that.
  • You know just what to do.
  • Great! You finally did it.
  • You are a fantastic problem solver.
  • I know that was hard for you but you did it very well.
  • You are learning.
  • Failure is an opportunity to start again more wisely.
  • Amazing! How did you do that?
  • You have a sharp memory.
  • I trust you.
  • I will protect you from all around you.
  • My world is beautiful with you in it.
  • Believe you can and you are almost there.
  • It seems impossible until it is done.
  • You are brave.
  • I miss you when we are apart.
  • I feel protected with you.
  • You have a great sense of humor.
  • I know you are capable.
  • You deserve to be treated well.
  • Your choice matters.
  • Your opinions/ideas are worthy.
  • It’s fun to do things with you.
  • Your words are powerful.
  • You are my best friend.
  • You are a soft-hearted person and that’s what makes you valuable.
  • I’m grateful to have you in my life.
  • You do not need to be what others want you to be.
  • You have options.
  • You can disagree with someone you respect.
  • You never quit and this is what would make you succeed.
  • I love you.
  • You are important to me.
  • You are beautiful the way you are.
  • You have made me think about the things differently.
  • Thank you for being so helpful.

Hope, these words would help you keep your children motivated, confident and optimistic.

Practice providing your kids with positive words throughout each day. These will also help you develop a strong parent/child relationship.

Author:

Addison is journalist, social media expert and blogger. He is passionate technology writer and contributes towards mobile security, spy software for android, kids monitoring and teen issues. To know more about him follow twitter@addisonalbert55

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