The voice commands the spirit body by sending electrical signals from the brain to the muscles and organs causing them to move and perform various functions. This is known as the mind-body connection.
Thoughts on the other hand are the mental processes of the mind that involve consciousness perception thinking and reasoning. Our thoughts are influenced by our beliefs emotions and experiences and they can shape our behavior and actions.
The voice that we hear in our mind when we think is often called the "inner voice" or the "inner monologue." This voice can be both positive and negative and it can influence how we perceive ourselves and the world around us.
Matter on the other hand refers to physical objects and substances that we can touch and see. It is made up of atoms and molecules that form different structures and properties. Our body as well as the objects in our environment are examples of matter. The relationship between matter and the mind-body connection is complex and still not fully understood by science.
The voice has a strong influence over the mind body and spirit. When we speak our words carry vibrations that can affect our physical and emotional state as well as the environment around us. Positive words have the power to uplift and inspire while negative words can bring us down and make us feel defeated.
Talking positively to ourselves and others is crucial for our wellbeing. It helps us maintain a positive mindset builds resilience and confidence and improves our relationships with others. Conversely negative self-talk can lead to low self-esteem anxiety and depression.
Words are spells in the sense that they have the power to create our reality. When we speak we are essentially casting spells into the universe. That's why it's essential to choose our words wisely because they will resonate with the universe and bring about the energy we put out.
In conclusion our words are incredibly influential. They have the power to shape our reality and the reality of those around us. Therefore we should strive to speak positively and purposefully to uplift ourselves and others.