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The Tremendous Power of Our Words

  • Debbie Przybylski Intercessors Arise
  • Published Oct 03, 2014

The Tremendous Power of Our Words

  • When we walk and speak in the power of the Holy Spirit, we defeat the enemy.
  • When we abide in Christ, His Spirit flows from our lives in word and deed everywhere we go.
  • When we enter a place where fear is evident, we can come in the spirit of peace and speak words of life.

Our words can be kind and full of love. Our actions along with words spoken with gentleness, peace, and self-control demonstrate love even in the midst of our enemies. We read in Galatians 5:22-23 , “The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.” The Lips of the Righteous In Proverbs 10 , we find seven characteristics of the lips of the righteous. When we refrain from critical and negative speech, we must replace it with uplifting, positive, and grace-filled words. Think about the words you speak. Are they uplifting and do they bring life to others? Ask God to help you evaluate your speech as you read these verses:

  • A fountain of life -  “The mouth of the righteous is a fountain of life, but violence overwhelms the mouth of the wicked” (verse 11).  
  • Discerning lips -  “Wisdom is found on the lips of the discerning, but a rod is for the back of him who lacks judgment” (verse 13).  
  • Holds his tongue -  “When words are many, sin is not absent, but he who holds his tongue is wise” (verse 19).  
  • Choice silver -  “The tongue of the righteous is choice silver, but the heart of the wicked is of little value” (verse 20).  
  • Nourishes many -  “The lips of the righteous nourish many, but fools die for lack of judgment” (verse 21).  
  • Brings forth wisdom -  “The mouth of the righteous brings forth wisdom, but a perverse tongue will be cut out” 
(verse 31).    
  • Knows what is fitting -  “The lips of the righteous know what is fitting, but the mouth of the wicked only what is perverse” (verse 32).

Together in the Harvest,   Debbie Przybylski Intercessors Arise International International House of Prayer (IHOP) KC Staff [email protected] www.intercessorsarise.org

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The spirit realms became populated primarily not with animal guides but human ancestors.

This move is likely to further accelerate MGM’s move toward a more digital future, and not just in the spirit of luring more visitors to Vegas with socially-distancing-friendly features like contactless check-ins.

The Ford Expedition was my test vehicle that week, and it turned out to be the perfect ride to lift my spirits.

Education controls the transmission of values and molds the spirit before dominating the soul.

Their authors promise that your spirit will be improved, your ambition honed, and your finances maximized by their advice.

The moment where they enter the spirit portal symbolizes their evolution from being friends to being a couple.

He should be free, filling the world with happiness, love and his fighting spirit.

Then I read aloud from something that captures the Holiday Spirit.

In Luke it is said, “And the child grew, and waxed strong in spirit, filled with wisdom.”

This seems to be contrary to the spirit and intent of the act, which is primarily to centralize reserves in Federal Reserve Banks.

Thou fell spirit of pride, prejudice, ignorance, and mauvaise honte!

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101 Inspirational Words of Encouragement to Lift You Up

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In today’s hectic world, it is becoming harder and harder to calm the mind. We are over-stimulated and overworked, and we find less time to do the things we enjoy because of the things we have to do.

Without moments of quiet and clarity, it’s easy to go a full day without hearing your inner voice. But this is one of the most important things you can do for your mental health. Finding a space for mindfulness helps us both in challenging times and moments of celebration. It allows our mind to come back to who we really are, where we are, and how we are doing.

Inspirational words of encouragement have a powerful effect on the mind. A 2015 study by Brain and Behavior confirmed that repeating a word or phrase quiets what is known as the “ default-mode network ” – that is, a network that fills the mind with busy, distracting thoughts.

Repeated mantras (like the one’s we’ll share below) allow the mind to rest, help us to focus, and let us see the world without the distracting chatter.

Encouraging phrases themselves spark a positive neurological response. As early as the 1970s, scientist John Eccles found that just by speaking “ positive verbs ” out loud, the area of the brain responsible for movement jumped into action. Other researchers have continued to prove his findings in the last few decades: that when we repeat positive phrases, our brain physically responds.

We’ve put together a list of words of encouragement to help you focus your mind and quiet your default-mode network.

We suggest reading through the whole list and picking out the ones that really resonate with you. Write those down and put them somewhere you can see them: on your fridge, on a note by your desk, next to the front door, or even on your mirror. Wherever you’ll see them! Then make a point of saying them out loud each day.

So here are 101 inspirational words of encouragement to lift you up today!

Einstein mantra "In the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity"

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Everyday Mantras for Mindfulness

  • Today I plant the seeds for the life I long to live.
  • I am open and willing to flow with life’s changes.
  • I build a space of calm and clarity all around me.
  • My creativity is precious and unique.
  • One activity at a time; there is no need to rush.
  • No one can distract me from this moment but me.
  • I am supported in my work and goals.
  • Today, I will see the world with enthusiasm and curiosity .
  • My breath is an entryway to a place of inner calm.
  • I will seek the sacred in the ordinary.
  • Each person I meet is a friend and fellow world traveler.
  • I am capable of small positive changes.
  • Balance in all things brings peace and contentment.
  • Today, I will create something new.
  • My mind longs for new information and growth.
  • Acts of kindness ripple through the world.
  • My compassion does not go unnoticed.
  • Time is never wasted when I am fully present.
  • Today, I will step outside my comfort zone.
  • Setting goals for the future gives me direction in the present.
  • My five senses are a doorway to the present moment.
  • I will heal by connecting with others.
  • I am a constant work in progress, and that is okay.

Words of encouragement "Everything you need to accomplish your goals is already in you"

Words of Encouragement for Success

  • I have integrity and drive and worked persistently for this moment.
  • I am worthy of praise—both from others and myself.
  • With each day, I will take smaller steps toward my joy.
  • Working toward my goals inspires others around me to do the same.
  • Improvement and growth are never linear.
  • The more I improve myself, the more I can help the world around me.
  • I have the power to spread love to each and every person that crosses my path.
  • My path is unique and I will walk it with pride.
  • I will pause and appreciate this beautiful moment.
  • I can define what “success” means for me at this given moment.
  • I will spread enthusiastic light to those who need it today.
  • I built this mountain with small stones, and only then began to climb.
  • This day can act as a beacon of hope for the days when I need inspiration.
  • My community supports me and I support them.
  • I will be present in my current joy.
  • Change is inevitable, in good times and in bad.
  • Never give up . There is no such thing as an ending. Just a new beginning.
  • There may be trouble ahead, but I am strong enough to face it.
  • People trust me because I am trustworthy.
  • Each success is an opportunity to help others.

Mantras for Good Health

  • My body is a beautiful creation that changes and grows.
  • I choose actions, food, and ideas that help me stand taller and stronger.
  • Each day, my body can heal itself.
  • I fill my mind and body with light and love.
  • I exercise to greater understand my body.
  • I send loving kindness to each organ and area of my brain.
  • Peace with my body inspires others to find peace for their own.
  • Feeding my mind feeds my body.
  • I am allowed to take the time to heal.
  • I will listen to what my body is trying to tell me.
  • I will seek help when I cannot help myself.
  • My health standards come before anyone else’s beauty standards.
  • I will check in with myself and give my body what it needs.
  • When I feed my body well, I am more capable to connect with those around me.
  • Today, I will speak kindly to my body.
  • I am thankful for my abilities.
  • I will proceed through my day with determination, not judgment.
  • I set my own standards and benchmarks.
  • My mental and physical health comes before my career.
  • I will find new ways to support the health of those around me.

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Words of Encouragement for Times of Sadness

  • “ Tears are a river that takes you somewhere…tears lift your boat off the ground, carrying it downriver to someplace better. ” – Clarissa Pinkola Estes
  • Though I feel pain , I am still my true self.
  • When I care about emotions, I am more capable of caring for others.
  • Change is the pathway to growth.
  • I will nurture my inner pain and listen to its message.
  • I did everything I felt was right at the moment; I have no need for regret.
  • I am not alone and I am not forgotten.
  • Asking for help makes me stronger.
  • From change comes great possibility.
  • I will listen to my sadness with patience and love.
  • My words, thoughts, and ideas are important to the world.
  • I am deserving of rest and rejuvenation.
  • The world outside my mind does not define me.
  • I am protected in love and kindness during this difficult time.
  • “ You are the sky. Everything else – it’s just the weather. ” – Pema Chodron
  • Although I feel out of control, I am safe, cared for, and healthy.
  • The dangers of the past do not define who I am today.
  • I am not a burden to others, as they are not a burden to me.
  • For now, I will seek joy in the small moments.
  • I am deserving of self-patience and self-love.
  • The world needs to hear what I have to say.

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Mantras for Challenging Times

  • “ When a person’s speech is full of anger, it is because he or she suffers deeply. ” ― Thich Nhat Hanh, Anger
  • I have solved similar problems in the past and can do so again.
  • I cannot be defined by society’s labels. I am unique.
  • I can use this anger to spark positive change in myself and those around me.
  • My anger stems from fear, and I will comfort that fear with loving kindness.
  • My small acts of compassion matter to the world.
  • Each small step adds up to a long journey toward peace.
  • Day by day, hour by hour, minute by minute. I only need to focus on now.
  • The success and positive energy of others empower me to change.
  • There are beautiful days ahead.
  • I will find small beauties in the world today.
  • Forgiveness begins with taking care of my own hurt.
  • My challenges inspire lessons for myself and those around me.
  • “ Beyond mountains, there are mountains. ” –Haitian Proverb
  • My feet are on the ground, I am breathing, and I safe.
  • Resting will clarify my next positive step forward.
  • I am only responsible for my own actions.
  • I believe that there is love in the world and love in myself.

Mohammed Ali encouraging words "Don't count the days - Make the days count"

Extensive research has shown that repeating encouraging mantras and phrases like the ones included in this post can help you focus your mind, achieve your goals, and live more mindfully. Remember to write your favorite mantras down and post them throughout the house – or around your desk – as a physical reminder to you to speak kindly to yourself.

Life is always fluctuating. And just as the world outside us constantly changes, so can the way we view it. Make positive changes today and start living the positive life you’ve always imagined.

What’s your favorite mantra? How have words of encouragement changed your outlook on life, or helped you to live more mindfully?

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the principle of conscious life; the vital principle in humans, animating the body or mediating between body and soul.

the incorporeal part of humans: present in spirit though absent in body.

the soul regarded as separating from the body at death.

conscious, incorporeal being, as opposed to matter: the world of spirit.

a supernatural, incorporeal being, especially one inhabiting a place, object, etc., or having a particular character: evil spirits.

a fairy, sprite, or elf.

an angel or demon.

an attitude or principle that inspires, animates, or pervades thought, feeling, or action: the spirit of reform.

( initial capital letter ) the divine influence as an agency working in the human heart.

a divine, inspiring, or animating being or influence. Numbers 11:25; Isaiah 32:15.

( initial capital letter ) the third person of the Trinity; Holy Spirit .

the soul or heart as the seat of feelings or sentiments, or as prompting to action: a man of broken spirit.

spirits, feelings or mood with regard to exaltation or depression: low spirits; good spirits.

excellent disposition or attitude in terms of vigor, courage, firmness of intent, etc.; mettle : That's the spirit!

temper or disposition: meek in spirit.

an individual as characterized by a given attitude, disposition, character, action, etc.: A few brave spirits remained to face the danger.

the dominant tendency or character of anything: the spirit of the age.

vigorous sense of membership in a group: college spirit.

the general meaning or intent of a statement, document, etc. (opposed to letter ): the spirit of the law.

Chemistry . the essence or active principle of a substance as extracted in liquid form, especially by distillation.

Often spirits . a strong distilled alcoholic liquor.

Chiefly British . alcohol .

Pharmacology . a solution in alcohol of an essential or volatile principle; essence (def. 3) .

any of certain subtle fluids formerly supposed to permeate the body.

the Spirit, God

pertaining to something that works by burning alcoholic spirits: a spirit stove.

of or relating to spiritualist bodies or activities.

to animate with fresh ardor or courage; inspirit .

to encourage; urge on or stir up, as to action.

to carry off mysteriously or secretly (often followed by away or off ): His captors spirited him away.

Idioms about spirit

out of spirits , in low spirits; depressed: We were feeling out of spirits after so many days of rain.

Origin of spirit

Synonym study for spirit, other words for spirit, other words from spirit.

  • spir·it·like, adjective
  • non·spir·it, noun
  • outspirit, verb (used with object)
  • un·spir·it·ing, adjective

Words that may be confused with spirit

  • spirit , sprite

Words Nearby spirit

  • spiriferous
  • spirit away
  • Spirit Cave
  • spirit compass

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How to use spirit in a sentence

She said she agreed with the spirit of what Barrera was saying but warned she didn’t think that was the whole story about what happened to those ambitious students.

Our version of the spirit streamlines the process for the home bar but still brings out the chestnuts’ rich, toasty qualities.

The spirit realms became populated primarily not with animal guides but human ancestors.

This move is likely to further accelerate MGM’s move toward a more digital future, and not just in the spirit of luring more visitors to Vegas with socially-distancing-friendly features like contactless check-ins.

The Ford Expedition was my test vehicle that week, and it turned out to be the perfect ride to lift my spirits.

Education controls the transmission of values and molds the spirit before dominating the soul.

Their authors promise that your spirit will be improved, your ambition honed, and your finances maximized by their advice.

The moment where they enter the spirit portal symbolizes their evolution from being friends to being a couple.

He should be free, filling the world with happiness, love and his fighting spirit .

Then I read aloud from something that captures the Holiday spirit .

In Luke it is said, “And the child grew, and waxed strong in spirit , filled with wisdom.”

This seems to be contrary to the spirit and intent of the act, which is primarily to centralize reserves in Federal Reserve Banks.

Thou fell spirit of pride, prejudice, ignorance, and mauvaise honte!

Light, the symbol of life's joy, seems to be the first language in which the spirit of beauty speaks to a child.

But green Chartreuse unhappily is not innocent; it is more than a spirit , it is a powerful drug.

British Dictionary definitions for spirit (1 of 3)

/ ( ˈspɪrɪt ) /

the force or principle of life that animates the body of living things

temperament or disposition : truculent in spirit

liveliness; mettle : they set to it with spirit

the fundamental, emotional, and activating principle of a person; will : the experience broke his spirit

a sense of loyalty or dedication : team spirit

the prevailing element; feeling : a spirit of joy pervaded the atmosphere

state of mind or mood; attitude : he did it in the wrong spirit

(plural) an emotional state, esp with regard to exaltation or dejection : in high spirits

a person characterized by some activity, quality, or disposition : a leading spirit of the movement

the deeper more significant meaning as opposed to a pedantic interpretation : the spirit of the law

that which constitutes a person's intangible being as contrasted with his physical presence : I shall be with you in spirit

an incorporeal being, esp the soul of a dead person

( as modifier ) : spirit world

(usually foll by away or off ) to carry off mysteriously or secretly

( often foll by up) to impart animation or determination to

British Dictionary definitions for spirit (2 of 3)

(often plural) any distilled alcoholic liquor such as brandy, rum, whisky, or gin

an aqueous solution of ethanol, esp one obtained by distillation

the active principle or essence of a substance, extracted as a liquid, esp by distillation

a solution of a volatile substance, esp a volatile oil, in alcohol

( as modifier ) : a spirit burner

alchemy any of the four substances sulphur, mercury, sal ammoniac, or arsenic

British Dictionary definitions for Spirit (3 of 3)

another name for the Holy Spirit

God, esp when regarded as transcending material limitations

the influence of God or divine things upon the soul

Christian Science God or divine substance

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Other Idioms and Phrases with spirit

In addition to the idioms beginning with spirit

  • spirit is willing but the flesh is weak, the
  • kindred spirit

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spirit noun ( WAY OF FEELING )

  • The presence of so many outsiders has ruined the community spirit.
  • I could never play team sports - I lack the competitive spirit .
  • There is a spirit of defeatism among some members of the party .
  • She'll make money - she's got that entrepreneurial spirit.
  • Our football coach has worked hard to inculcate a team spirit into the players .
  • atmospherically
  • emotionalism
  • emotionally
  • non-emotional
  • non-material
  • sensibility
  • susceptibility
  • team spirit

spirit noun ( NOT BODY )

  • After the priest exorcized the spirit/ house / child , apparently , the strange noises stopped .
  • She claims to have occult powers , given to her by some mysterious spirit.
  • This place is visited by the spirits of the dead .
  • Her spirit haunts the house .
  • -heartedness
  • alexithymia
  • Asperger's syndrome
  • human nature
  • neurotypicality
  • non-identity
  • psychoanalysis
  • subconscious
  • vantage point

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spirit noun ( ENTHUSIASM )

  • get a buzz out of something/doing something
  • page-turner
  • physicality
  • zealousness

spirit noun ( ALCOHOL )

  • benedictine
  • crème de menthe
  • malt whisky
  • mother's ruin
  • single-shot
  • small-batch
  • call for someone
  • paper round
  • pick someone/something up

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Active Meditation: Active meditation, as the name implies, is all about meditating while  being physically active, such as by doing meditative dancing. Active meditations (sometimes called “Dynamic Meditations”) involve walking, dance and other exercises.

Akasha: Akasha (or space or ether) is one of the world’s natural elements from which all is made. It is the most basic of all elements and is also the source of the other elements. Through vibrations, akasha interacts with other elements.

Anapanasati: Anapansati is a breathing meditation and is one of the most important and oldest meditation types.

ANTARATMA: The inner self, which is positioned inside the heart.

Apana Vayu : This is one of the pranas in the body, of which there are five. The pranas are energies. Apana Vayu is situated in the rectum area and flows downwards. It is instrumental in discarding that which is unneeded.

Astral Body:   The Vedas state that there are three bodies: physical, astral and causal. The astral body takes the same image as the physical body but is formed of finer matter. This is the link between cosmic energy and the nervous system.

Aura: The aura is the energy field which resides in all living beings. Some are born with the ability to perceive auras. When seen, auras appear as colours that reveal an individual’s spiritual and emotional personality.

Avatar: An avatar is a person who had been born as a god and therefore is not in need of spiritual training.

Bandha: A closure or obstruction. In yoga, Bandhas are a combination of muscle contractions. These function as a way of changing blood circulation, nerve pressure and spinal fluid. Bandhas flow psychic energy into energy channels in the body.  They are important in self-healing.

Bandhan: This is a specific technique which is performed at the conclusion of meditation practice.

Bhakti: Bhakti yoga / Bhakti meditation is a type of meditation that involves focusing on an object of worship (usually a god or deity). Bhakti brings the practitioner closer to the object of meditation.

Bhramari: A Pranayam. The technique is performed by filling the lungs on inhalation then closing the eyes with the middle fingers and ears with the thumbs.  The index fingers then press on the forehead and the remaining fingers push on the eyes and bridge of the nose. While doing this, focus on the Ajna Chakra (between eyebrows). Then hum while exhaling. This relaxes the mind and helps with hypertension and blood pressure.

Bodhisattva: In Buddhism, an enlightened being who no longer needs to be reincarnated and therefore helps others to achieve enlightenment.

Body Scan:  A type of meditation in which the practitioner passes their mental focus around their body. This practice heightens the mind-body connection and relaxes both body and mind.

Brahmachaya: This is the combination of the terms “Brahma’ (higher awareness) and acharya (to live in). Therefore, this refers to living with higher awareness. It also means control over sexual interaction.

Buddhi:  Inner wisdom or intellect.

Catch: An occurrence caused by the inefficient functioning of a chakra which prevents Kundalini energy from flowing.

Chakra: There are seven chakras in the body and they are energy centres.  They are located in the crown of the forehead, between eyebrows, in the neck, heart, navel, genitals and rectum. They are linked to different mental states and colours. The word derives from “Chakra” which, translated from Sanskrit, means “Wheel.”

Chi: The universal lifeforce that forms the basis of traditional Eastern medicine and Taoist principles. [READ: Chi Meditation ]

Dhyana: The Sanskrit word for meditation.

Dualism: Refers to two distinct irreducible principles. These could be ideas and matter, mind and matter. There are various understandings in philosophy and theology.

Ego: The cause of suffering, the delusional idea of the self as a separate entity.

Enlightenment: Awakening /becoming enlightened to ultimate truth (in Buddhism). Or, in Hinduism, the state of divine experience which is represented by the god Vishnu. This is the ultimate goal of Buddhism. Perhaps the most famous example is the Buddha, who achieved enlightenment under the Bodhi tree.

Feng Shui: Ancient Chinese spiritual art form which integrates spirituality into decoration and environment.

Guru: A spiritual master.

Huna:  Hawaiian spiritual practiced focused on the idea of cultivating the life force [READ: Huna Meditation Technique ]

Uda and Pingla Nadis: Two of the three channels located in the spine which refer to the two brain hemispheres. Pingala is active (extroverted) and relates to the left part of the brain and the right side of the body. Ida is introverted and relates to the right side of the brain and the left part of the body.

Jalandhara Bhanda: The “Neck Lock.” A Bandha. This is a technique practiced by contracting the neck and throat.

Japa: The recitation of a god’s name in devotion. May be done aloud or silently. This technique is seen in different forms in all major world religions.

Karma: In Jainism, Buddhism and Hinduism, Karma is the idea that this life is the result of mental and physical actions in previous lives. In the modern day it is often used to mean that good or bad actions in the past have led to certain consequences. Read our guide to bad karma VS good karma for more on this,

Kapalabhati: A form of pranayama and a shattkama, a purification in Hatha yoga. Also called Breath Of Fire.

Kinemantra:  A type of meditation in which a personal mantra is recited. A mantra is a spiritual word, term, or phrase used for meditation.

Kundalini: Derived from Sanskrit to mean “Coiled.” Refers to the psychic energy in our being that is dormant at the base of the spine and which may be activated through specific practices.

Laya Yoga: The spiritual term “Laya” means dissolution. Laya Yoga involves liberation and finding the “Absolute.” Related to Hindu cosmology.

Lotus Position: Sitting position with the legs crossed, originating in Hinduism and used extensively in meditation.

Manas:  In Buddhism, manas are the “general thinking faculty”.

Mana-Vijnana: the seventh of the eight consciousnesses as taught in Yogacara and Zen Buddhism.

Mandala: A mandala is a diagram that is used in various meditation techniques, principally in Tibetan Buddhism.

Mantra:  Spiritual words or sounds used in meditation and devotion. Principally used in Hinduism and Buddhism. Also a non – spiritual word meaning “affirmation”.

Maum:  Korean movement founded by South Korean Woo Myung. The principle practice is Maum Meditation . Followers believe Maum helps them escape from the False World. Many believe Maum is a cult.

 Meditation: The action or practice of meditating. A core technique in Buddhism and Hindusm, and a general health practice.

Merkaba:  A divine light vehicle refereed in numerous religions and especially Judaism. Used by the masters for ascension.

Merkaba Meditation: A meditation technique. Markaba is said to allow the practitioner to achieve “Ascension” to the fourth dimension, thereby freeing them from the three-dimensional limitations in which we live.

Medium:  The practice of being the communication point between a deceased person (or animal) and a living being. Many consider the practice to be fraudulent. [READ: How To Find A Psychic Medium]

Mettabhavana: Meditation practice that leads to the production of loving kindness.

Mindfulness: A type of meditation originating in Buddhism. The practice of being consciouslt aware of the present moment in a non-judgmental fashion. Rapidly growing as a general health practice.

Nadi: A spiritual word derived from Sanskrit and meaning “Stream” or “Channel.” The body contains 72,000 nadis.

Nadi Shodhana: The cleansing of nadis performed through various techniques, including Pranayam.

Namaste: A spiritual word derived from Hinduism. Used to greet someone. Translated, meaning “I see the sacred in you.” Commonly associated with yoga.

Nauli: In Hatha Yoga, a technique in which the innards are slowly rotated, removing laziness and stimulating the healthy working of the internal organs.

Nati-Neti: A mantra that literally means “Not this, not this.” Used to remove conscious rationalisation to achieve the meditative state.

Nirvana: In Hinduism, Jainism and Buddhism, supreme bliss, liberation from suffering, ignorance, and the cycle of birth and death.

Nirvikalp Samadhi: Supreme consciousness. The cessation of mental activity and attainment of the supreme state. When achieved, oneness is found.

Om: The primordial sound and the root of sounds and letters.

Oneness: The realisation and condition of being in a state of oneness with all reality. Cessation of self.

Passage Meditation: Recitation of passages used in meditation.

Prana: The breath that sustains life. Prana is the essential energy that sustains life. In Yoga, the cosmic life force. Often called ‘Chi.’ Prana enters through the mouth and nose and fills the body, sustaining life.

Prana Vayu: “Forward moving air.” Refers to the air that sets things in motions and which creates the basic energy on which life is sustained.

Pranayama: Techniques that use prana.

Pratyahara:  From Ashtanga Yoga, Pratyahara is “withdrawal from the senses”.

Samadhi:  “To place together.” The real purpose of yoga is absorption, achieved through postures and techniques. In meditation, Samadhi is reached when the individual achieves oneness with the object of meditation.

Samana Vayu: “Balancing Air.”

Samatha: A type of Buddhist meditation which focuses the mind and improves concentration. Used as an entry point to Vipassana meditation.

Sandhya: In Sanskrit “To join together.” Usually refers to sunrise or sunset, when day and night are joined. This is considered the best time for prayer and meditation.

Shitkari: A pranayam technique. Performed with the tongue sticking out between the lips then drawing air in through the mouth while hissing, then exhaling through the nose. Said to help with fatigue, thirst and hunger .

Shushumna: The great river of the body and the most gracious of all nadis. Runs from the spine to the tip of the head, moving through each chakra. It is the channel through which kundalini energy is moved.

Spiritual:  Read our definition of spirituality.

Subtle Body: One of the four bodies.

Swara Yoga: A practice which uses alternation of breath. In Yoga, it is related to the sound of the breath and utilizes specific techniques for the creation and flow of prana.

Tandra: Higher consciousness between sleeping and waking.

Tantra: A spiritual science now more than 7000 years old. Wrongly associated with sexual practices. Tanta uses specific techniques to expand the mind and to achieve liberation.

Taoism: Chinese religion and philosophy derived from the Tao Te Ching, a book ascribed to Lao Tzu though believed to have been written prior to his birth.

Third Eye: One of the chakras activated by meditation. Activation of the third eye chakra leads to improved vision.

Trataka: Yogic gazing. In this technique the gaze is fixed on a specific object. The eyes are then closed and the object visualised. Said to be helpful for curing eye disorders and improving concentration.

Trimurty: The trinity of the three gods of Hinduism—Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh.

Udana Vayu: “upward moving air.”

Udiyan Bandh: Diaphragm lock in which the muscles in the diaphragm are pulled up, massaging the heart and causing secretion of the thymus.

Ujjayi: Pranayam exercise in which the back of the throat is constricted while breathing in and making an “Ah” sound.

Vayu: Air, which stimulates life and gives birth to the senses.

Veda: Hindu scriptures.

Vipassana: Originating in Buddhism, Vipassana is a type of meditation focused on awareness of thoughts and the process of detaching from mind-constructs.

Vritti: Movement of mind and thought.

Yantra: A visual symbol which is used to help the mind to focus during meditation.

Zazen / Z en:  One of the schools of Mahayana Buddhism which advocates the use of specific techniques for the attainment of enlightenment.

If you would like to add a spiritual word or a word relating to yoga, meditation or related topics, please leave a comment stating the word and its meaning.

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“Letters are symbols which turn matter into Spirit”..Alphonse de Lamartine…I think he was right. When the mind moves the letters as its own… they are as matter. When the mind moves those same letters as if they are attached to GOD…They are Spirit..and the mind can see His Spirit within them…ie the word the…the is the most common word in the English language.

When the mind moves the letters of this word as attached ,connected with GOD, this word can easily become (t)he..He was as one with the cross! This looks like it is a coincident..but it really is a co-incident within the mind that makes the conversion. The mind will find many spiritual signs in its own words, when it makes this simple conversion.

Here is another simple example..Without GOD.. the word is sin. With GOD ..the mind can open the word like this..SI(G)N.

The English alphabet contains 26 letters…The forever set position of the letters GOD in the alphabet will never change. Their individual positions GOD when totaled is also a co-incident within the mind….26=26… All is one with GOD.

Thanks God’s not dead He is alive

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No one can destroy this feeling. We are here.

In a world that has forgotten warmth I go searching in the ruins for somebody’s words

Spirited away by threatening skies, warmed by a distant happiness

You don’t want to admit this is the real thing? You don’t want to believe in the ideal? You don’t want to believe love lies here? We’re not the real thing

But my feelings are here I’ll search for you And if this is love Then I want to cling to those familiar words There is love in this world Don’t you agree?

In an empty world that yearns for eternity Someone’s words begin to rain down on me There I am, consumed with ennui Scared of the future

Magic blossoms here Don’t you want to believe this fantasy never dies? Don’t you want to scream out your feelings? I guess we’re not the real thing

But what I want is here The tears come cascading down And if this is what love looks like Can I, not quite real, arm myself with it? Can love save the world?

Comparing our words In a feverish effort To weave our story in a virtual world

Though we might not be the real thing A heartless-beat races on

My feelings are here I’ll search for you And if this is love

I’m consumed with sadness, unable to move But if my words can still arrive Then real or not, I’ll sing them!

Love. Let the words take on new meaning. Save the world.

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V.W.P - 言霊 English Translation

温もりを忘れた世界 立ち並ぶ廃墟に 誰かの言葉を探してる

雨模様に拐かされて 遠ざかる幸福を懐かしむ

これは現実だ 認めたくはないか? 理想論を信じたくはないか? 愛はここにあるって 信じたくはないか? 私達は偽物だ

だけど想いはここにあって あなたを探していて これが愛という名前になるなら 聞き覚えのあるその言葉に縋りたい この世界には愛がある そうでしょう?

永遠を欲しがる世界 何もないはずなのに 誰かの言葉が流れ出す 退屈ばかりに飲み込まれて 霞ゆく将来に怯えてる

そこに咲く魔法で 幻想は終わらないと 信じたくはないか? 自分の気持ちで叫びたくないか? 私達は偽物だ

だけど願いはここにあって 涙が溢れ出して これが愛という形になるなら 偽物の私にも武器にはなるか? 世界は愛で救えるか?

がむしゃらに熱を注いで 言いたいことを比べあって 仮想世界で物語を紡ぐ

私達は偽物かもしれないけれど 無い鼓動が止まらなくて

想いはここにあって あなたを探していて これが愛という名前になるなら

悲しみに飲まれて どこにも行けなくて それでも言葉は届くなら 偽物でもいいと歌うよ

愛よ 言霊となって世界を救って

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Spiritual words are an essential part of our daily lives, whether we realize it or not. They can inspire, comfort, and guide us through difficult times. Additionally, learning spiritual vocabulary can help us better understand the beliefs and traditions of different cultures and religions. In this article, we will explore various spiritual words and their meanings, providing you with a comprehensive guide to this important aspect of language.

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Spiritual Words to Unlock the Power of Your Spirituality

Understanding Spiritual Words

Spiritual words are often used to describe experiences and concepts that are beyond the physical realm. They are used to express ideas related to personal growth, awareness, and meaning. In this section, we will explore some of the most common spiritual words and their meanings.

Spiritual Words and Meanings

Here are some spiritual words and their meanings:

Examples of Spiritual Words in Context

Here are some examples of spiritual words used in sentences:

  • “She felt a deep sense of peace and enlightenment after her meditation practice.”
  • “He believed that his good karma would lead to a better life in his next reincarnation .”
  • “She practiced mindfulness to help her stay focused and calm during stressful situations.”
  • “He was on a quest to find his soul’s purpose in life.”

Personal Growth and Awareness Words

Here are some words related to personal growth and awareness:

Examples of Personal Growth and Awareness Words in Context

Here are some examples of personal growth and awareness words used in sentences:

  • “She valued authenticity and always tried to be true to herself, even when it was difficult.”
  • “He felt empowered after taking control of his finances and creating a budget.”
  • “She expressed gratitude for the small things in life, like a beautiful sunset or a kind word from a friend.”
  • “He set an intention to exercise more regularly and improve his physical health.”
  • “She showed resilience in the face of adversity and bounced back from setbacks with renewed determination.”
  • “He developed self-awareness through meditation and reflection, learning to recognize and manage his emotions more effectively.”

Spiritual Words: Religions

Learning about religious and spiritual vocabulary can be helpful for those learning English as a second language. In this section, we will cover some common terms used in Christianity, Buddhism, and Hinduism.

Christian Terminology

Christianity is the world’s largest religion, with over 2 billion followers. Here are some common Christian terms:

Example sentences:

  • I read the Bible every day.
  • I go to church every Sunday.
  • The priest gave a sermon about forgiveness.
  • The cross is a symbol of Jesus’ sacrifice.
  • The Gospel tells the story of Jesus’ life.
  • The Holy Spirit is often depicted as a dove.
  • The Trinity consists of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

Buddhist Terminology

Buddhism is a religion that originated in ancient India and has over 500 million followers worldwide. Here are some common Buddhist terms:

  • Buddha taught the Four Noble Truths.
  • Dharma is the path to enlightenment.
  • Good karma leads to a better life.
  • Nirvana is the ultimate goal of Buddhism.
  • The Sangha practices meditation and mindfulness.
  • The Lotus Sutra is a famous Buddhist scripture.
  • Zen meditation can help reduce stress.

Hindu Terminology

Hinduism is a religion that originated in ancient India and has over 1 billion followers worldwide. Here are some common Hindu terms:

  • Brahman is the ultimate reality in Hinduism.
  • Karma determines the quality of one’s life.
  • Moksha is the goal of Hindu spiritual practice.
  • Puja involves offerings to Hindu deities.
  • Samsara is the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth.
  • The Vedas are the oldest Hindu scriptures.
  • Yoga can help improve physical and mental health.

Spiritual Words: Prayer and Chanting

Prayers in different religions.

Prayer is an essential part of many religions, and each religion has its own unique way of praying. Here are some examples:

Understanding Mantras

Mantras are sacred words or phrases that are repeated over and over again as a form of meditation or prayer. They are believed to have a powerful effect on the mind and body, and can be used to focus the mind, calm the emotions, and connect with the divine.

Here are some common mantras and their meanings:

Spiritual Words: Practices and Rituals

Meditation and mindfulness.

Meditation and mindfulness are practices that help individuals focus on the present moment and cultivate a sense of peace and tranquility. These practices have been used for centuries in various cultures and religions.

Meditation involves focusing on a specific object or thought, such as a candle flame or a mantra, to quiet the mind and achieve a state of relaxation. Mindfulness, on the other hand, involves paying attention to the present moment and accepting one’s thoughts and feelings without judgment.

Here are some words and phrases related to meditation and mindfulness:

Example sentence: “I practice mindfulness every morning by taking a few deep breaths and focusing on the present moment.”

Fasting and Sacrifice

Fasting and sacrifice are practices that involve giving up something in order to focus on spiritual growth and connection with the divine. These practices are common in many religions, including Christianity, Judaism, and Islam.

Fasting involves abstaining from food or drink for a period of time, often as a form of penance or spiritual discipline. Sacrifice involves giving up something of value, such as time, money, or possessions, as an offering to the divine.

Here are some words and phrases related to fasting and sacrifice:

Example sentence: “During Ramadan, Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset as a form of spiritual discipline.”

Spiritual Words: Spiritual Transformation and Enlightenment

What is spiritual transformation.

Spiritual transformation is the process of changing oneself at a deep level. It involves a shift in one’s beliefs, values, and priorities, as well as a change in behavior. This process can be initiated by a variety of factors, including a traumatic event, a spiritual experience, or a desire for personal growth.

Spiritual transformation can take many forms, including:

  • Developing a deeper sense of purpose and meaning in life
  • Letting go of negative patterns of thought and behavior
  • Cultivating a sense of inner peace and calm
  • Connecting more deeply with others and the world around us

What is Enlightenment?

Enlightenment is a state of being that is characterized by a deep understanding of the nature of reality. It is often associated with spiritual traditions such as Buddhism and Hinduism, where it is known as nirvana or moksha.

Enlightenment is often described as a state of consciousness that goes beyond the limitations of the ego. It involves a profound shift in perception that allows one to see the interconnectedness of all things and to experience a sense of oneness with the universe.

Words Related to Spiritual Transformation and Enlightenment

Here are some words and phrases that are related to spiritual transformation and enlightenment:

Spiritual Words: Faith and Principles

Faith is a central aspect of many religions. It is the belief in a higher power that guides and sustains life. It provides a sense of purpose and meaning to one’s existence. Here are some words related to faith:

Example sentence: “My faith in God gives me hope for a better tomorrow.”

Truth is a fundamental principle of spirituality. It is the search for knowledge and understanding of the world and one’s place in it. It is the pursuit of wisdom and enlightenment. Here are some words related to truth:

Example sentence: “The truth shall set you free.”

Principles are the foundation of spirituality. They are the values and beliefs that guide a person’s actions and decisions. They provide a moral compass for navigating life’s challenges. Here are some words related to principles:

Example sentence: “Living by the principles of honesty and compassion has made me a better person.”

Frequently Asked Questions

What are some powerful words to use in spiritual writing?

Powerful words can evoke strong emotions and create vivid images in the reader’s mind. Here are some powerful words to use in spiritual writing:

Example sentence: “Through grace and redemption, we can achieve enlightenment and transcendence, ultimately leading to nirvana and salvation.”

What are some descriptive words to use in spiritual writing?

Descriptive words can help create a more vivid and engaging spiritual writing. Here are some descriptive words to use in spiritual writing:

Example sentence: “The mystical and ethereal nature of the divine can be experienced through sacred and serene practices, leading to a deep sense of reverence.”

What are some essential English vocabulary words for spiritual writing?

Here are some essential English vocabulary words for spiritual writing:

Example sentence: “Through faith and prayer, we can connect with our soul and deepen our belief in karma, ultimately leading to enlightenment.”

What are some common spiritual words used in English?

Here are some common spiritual words used in English:

Example sentence: “In many spiritual traditions, God is seen as the ultimate source of blessings, forgiveness, and salvation, leading to eternal life in heaven.”

What are some vocabulary-building exercises for spiritual writing?

Here are some vocabulary-building exercises for spiritual writing:

  • Read spiritual texts and take note of new words and phrases.
  • Keep a spiritual journal and write down new vocabulary words and their meanings.
  • Use flashcards to memorize new words and test your knowledge.
  • Practice using new words in sentences and paragraphs.
  • Join a spiritual writing group and share new vocabulary words with others.

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Here are some ways to incorporate spiritual vocabulary into everyday writing:

  • Use spiritual vocabulary words to describe emotions and experiences.
  • Use spiritual vocabulary words to express gratitude and appreciation.
  • Use spiritual vocabulary words to inspire and motivate others.
  • Use spiritual vocabulary words to explore deeper meanings and connections in everyday life.
  • Use spiritual vocabulary words to connect with others on a deeper level.

Remember, incorporating spiritual vocabulary into everyday writing can help deepen your spiritual practice and connect you with others who share your beliefs.

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In the Fifty-second chapter of the book of Isaiah, we read, “How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him that brings good tidings.” (Isaiah 52:7)

How often have you thrown your eyes to heaven? It's isn't just a gesture of frustration- you are looking for relief from bad news. Think of the worst thing which has happened this past week; Christ himself is depicted by the Renaissance masters as casting his eyes toward his Father as he suffered- just as we do. Perhaps it's an instinct, but good tidings aren't always what we expect to see. How much joy then when good news reaches us? We cherish the moment, the feet that bring that news, we feel the thrill and wonder if hearing glad things. Perhaps you long to be free from bad habits, or for an end to other sufferings. Imagine someone rushing toward you to tell you: 'it's going to be ok; everything is sorted- I've taken care of it all.'

Take a minute today to ponder your greatest challenge. Do you expect good news from on high? Perhaps you haven't expected it. Look up. Remember, he has already won the victory. Ask God, then, for the strength to carry on, in expectant hope.

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Spirit Airlines reportedly fired an employee who put a 6-year-old boy traveling alone for Christmas on the wrong flight

  • Spirit Airlines reportedly fired an employee who escorted a lone 6-year-old onto the wrong flight .
  • The child was put onto a plane heading to Orlando rather than the intended destination, Fort Myers.
  • Spirit told ABC News the airline was "reiterating our procedures to the team."

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Spirit Airlines has reportedly terminated an employee who put an unaccompanied 6-year-old on the wrong flight .

The airline accidentally put the child on a plane traveling to Orlando instead of Fort Myers, flying him more than 160 miles away from his family four days before Christmas.

After an investigation, Spirit determined a gate agent in Philadelphia had escorted the child to the incorrect aircraft, ABC News reported .

"This agent is no longer working with Spirit, and any individual whose actions resulted in the incorrect boarding will be held accountable for failing to follow our procedures," Spirit said in a statement provided to ABC News. "We are also reiterating our procedures to the team, and we are in communication with the child's family about this matter."

Representatives for Spirit Airlines did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Business Insider, made outside normal working hours.

The boy's grandmother, Maria Ramos, told Wink News last week she was informed that her grandson, Casper, had missed the flight after he failed to arrive at Fort Myers , Florida. Ramos said it was her grandson's first time on a plane and the scariest thing she had experienced.

After she received a call from Casper telling her he was in Orlando she drove across Florida to collect him, per CNN .

In a statement provided to BI at the time, a representative for Spirit Airlines confirmed that the child was incorrectly boarded on a flight to Orlando and apologized for the error. The airline said Casper was "always under the care and supervision of a Spirit Team Member."

Ramos said Spirit reimbursed her for traveling to collect her grandson, per ABC News.

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