Who said be careful of your thoughts they become words?
I love this quote by Lao Tzu: “Watch your thoughts, they become your words; watch your words, they become your actions; watch your actions, they become your habits; watch your habits, they become your character; watch your character, it becomes your destiny.”
Why do we need to be careful with our thoughts?
If I think positive thoughts and take positive actions toward my goals, my destiny can be one of joyful and uplifting, with moments of gleefulness. Our words impact how we feel about our selves and they can impact how others think and feel. …
How do thoughts become destiny?
Your thoughts become your words, Your words become your actions, Your actions become your habits, Then we put words to our vision, and act on it so that it becomes our destiny.
How do thoughts become actions?
It’s a chain reaction we call TFAR: Your Thoughts lead to your Feelings, which lead to your Actions, which lead to your Results. After proving yourself right over and over again, your thoughts become beliefs. Beliefs then become automatic thoughts that drive your behaviors. In other words, habits.
How do you watch your thoughts?
How to ‘Watch Your Thoughts’
- What Does it Look Like to Watch Your Thoughts.
- How to Watch What You Think.
- Deep breath.
- Pause before you take action.
- Notice the actual thought in your head.
- Don’t judge. Just notice the actual thought.
- Notice what comes next.
- Then choose the next best action.
How do you express careful thought?
- consider. verb. to think about something carefully before making a decision or developing an opinion.
- plan. verb.
- think out. phrasal verb.
- assess. verb.
- contemplate. verb.
- evaluate. verb.
- ponder. verb.
- take something into consideration. phrase.
How do our choices words and actions become habits?
In truth, our habits are simply the result of our choices, repeated across time, and can be removed and replaced with other habits if we develop enough awareness to recognize them, make different choices, and develop new habits through the repetition of these choices.
How can I watch my thoughts?
How do I accept my thoughts?
Accept your thoughts and feelings as natural and allow them to come. Non-reacting is allowing your thoughts and feelings to be, without resorting to the need to behave reactively in the same way you have reacted before. Pause for a moment to reflect on your inner experience. Don’t act hastily and emotionally.
Do our thoughts affect others?
Your thoughts originate from your spirit intelligence and can have a profound effect on those around you. Your thoughts are energy, and are continually radiating from your body, without limits. The energy of your thoughts and feelings exerts a subtle effect on other people, as well as other forms of life.