Choose Your Language - Cause and Effect
The cause and effect principle, also known as the principle of causality, is a fundamental concept in philosophy, science, and everyday reasoning. It asserts that every event or phenomenon has a cause or causes that bring it into existence or make it happen. 

According to this principle, there is a relationship between events where one event, called the cause, leads to the occurrence of another event, called the effect.

The cause and effect principle suggests that there is a consistent and predictable connection between actions and their consequences. It implies that if a particular cause is present, the effect will follow, and if the cause is absent, the effect will not occur. This principle is based on the assumption that the universe operates according to regularities and that events do not happen randomly or without reason.

The cause and effect principle plays a crucial role in scientific investigations and allows researchers to understand and explain the natural world. Scientists formulate hypotheses and conduct experiments to establish causal relationships between variables. By identifying the causes of phenomena, they can make predictions, develop theories, and uncover the underlying mechanisms governing various phenomena.

In everyday life, we often rely on the cause and effect principle to make sense of our experiences and make informed decisions. For example, we understand that if we touch a hot stove (cause), we will feel pain (effect). This principle helps us understand the consequences of our actions and guides our behavior to achieve desired outcomes.

It is important to note that the cause and effect principle does not imply that causality is always straightforward or that there is only one cause for a particular effect. Many events and phenomena are influenced by multiple causes, and causality can be complex and interconnected. Additionally, correlation between events does not always indicate a direct causal relationship; further investigation is often needed to establish causation conclusively.

What determines the way in which you handle your problems is based on your THOUGHTS, your FEELINGS, and your ACTIONS which is calibrated and measured through your language.

Your thoughts directly impacts on your emotional state; your emotional state directly impacts on your behaviours; you behaviour directly impacts on your actions or the lack of actions. The quality of your thoughts depends on the quality of the language you use.  
In his book "The Four Agreements", Don Miguel Ruiz explains the Power of the Word. "Through the word, you express your creative power. It is through the word that you manifest everything. Regardless of what language you speak, your intent manifests through the word."

In the Old Testament and in the book of Genesis (Gen 1:3), as well as in the Quran (Surah Al-Baqarah ,2:29) this creative power is the first thing we read. In the beginning the earth was formless and void, UNTIL there was a spoken a word. 

Some philosophical traditions posit that the universe emerged from a primordial sound or vibration, often referred to as the "Logos" or "Word," which serves as the underlying principle of creation.

No matter how we perceive creation to be, it is clear that when we speak and use the right language, it is words that form the first originating points of Time, Space, and Matter. 

There is profound connection between language, consciousness and the fabric of reality, and consequently the thoughts that will allow the manifestation to happen. 

Thus, transform your language you can transform your life. 
We know that language can come in many forms, each with its own characteristics and purposes. Whether it is a formal or informal language; written or spoken, technical or programming language, sign or nonverbal, visual, imaginary or musical, they all require connectivity and inclusion, a cause and effect, a sender and recipient. 

With the language we choose, other elements need to be taken into consideration such as required ownership, accountability and responsibility.  The language we use need to start within ourselves first, and when we are aware or decide how we want to communicate, we can then create the outcomes we so desire. 

To change the process of shaping and modulating the right language, we need to examine our thought patterns, our (intelligent) emotional state and how we connect with the circumstances, events and people around us. 

At Harvesting Results, we have a model called Complete Internal Expert Model or CIEM™, where we teach you how to transform your life with a profound method of transformational language that starts with understanding how your thoughts and emotions are the foundational elements of your language.- - see graph below. We all have our unique ways and have a unique language signature. 

Through the internal language we use, we choose to create our outer world or reality.   

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