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Sarasota, FL -  Every day each of us uses words to understand our world and communicate that understanding to others. But do we realize we can choose our words intentionally and powerfully to co-create the kind of world we want to live in?

Dr. Janet Smith Warfield is a renowned international speaker, workshop facilitator, Amazon Best Selling Author, and creator of Word Sculptures.

“You can choose to hear another person’s words not as the truth of the situation but as their perception of It,” says Dr. Warfield. “People create their own word sculptures of what is transpiring in their lives. Each of us creates word maps of our experiences, each in our own unique way.”

According to Dr. Warfield, we are all conditioned to think certain ways from the time we are born. Words separate, divide and categorize. If we want to live in a peaceful, powerful, prosperous planet, each of us can set those intentions and with our words co-create that reality.

“Each of us possesses a unique gift with which to serve the world and one another," says Dr. Warfield. "Our spiritual path is finding that gift and courageously and humbly offering it back to serve the entire planet.”

By choosing our words wisely and experiencing them within ourselves, we can transform that radiant, luminous energy into something courageous, life-affirming and beautiful.

“Words can separate and divide us or they can bring us together,” says Dr. Warfield. “Each and every one of us gets to choose our own words in each and every moment. When we become aware of the tremendous power of our words and choices, we can co-create a peaceful, powerful, prosperous dynamic planet that respects the unique offerings of each and every one of us.”

For more information, visit www.wordsculptures.com.

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