Why You Should Speak Positively Over Your Work
I, like nearly every other human being in the world, watched Beyoncé’s Homecoming documentary on the program streaming service Netflix.
Beyoncé wowed everyone with her supernatural talent and wild creativity on the Coachella stage. Though her performance was stellar, what was most impressive personally was that not only did she speak positive intentions over her performance, but she prayed over it too.
The day that she began practicing for her Coachella debut, she gathered all the dancers who were working with her and she prayed for the positive reception of their work.
Throughout the documentary, Beyoncé is heard speaking positive intentions over Beychella. One of the things she wished for most fervently is that people who saw the performance would be inspired and that they would work harder in their own lives.
The crazy thing about it is that after watching the documentary, I felt amazingly inspired. Nearly everyone who reported watching the documentary on social media also posted about feeling inspired to work harder at their own personal purposes too.
I have found that in life it is important to set positive intentions over everything you do.
A study by Dr. Masuro found that water that was blessed showed a very beautiful crystalline structure when frozen. Conversely, water that had negative intentions said over it while in a liquid state, froze in a disorganized particle structure.
Lately, I’ve been pretty obsessed with praying for my blog posts with the intent that each one reaches the right person and that the people my content reaches feel inspired and learn something from reading. That simple prayer has helped my content reach more people with more positive feedback.
Back in 1983 when Marvin Gaye preformed his iconic rendition of the National Anthem at the NBA All-Star Game, he prayed that it would, “Touch the soul of men.” Sure enough Gaye’s performance not only touched the soul of many, but his rendition is herald as one of the greatest performances in history.
The next time you decide to do anything that you would like to make a positive impact on yourself or others, I hope that you consider praying over the situation. If you are not a praying person (which I hope you are) you can set positive intentions or affirmations.
Setting good intentions for your work and your life is just good karma. We were placed on this earth to be a blessing to ourselves and all of humanity. When you honor your existence by speaking and thinking positively over everything you do, you are living by the positive standard you were sent to the earth for. God always honors positivity coupled with hard work.
Share your story: Have you ever prayed or set a positive intention over your work and found that it had greater impact afterward? Comment below to join in on the conversation Soul Squad.