I believe the power of our word is much undervalued. It is, however, very important and it has been written about it in many books.
A personal experience
Let me give you an example from my own life that happened just three weeks ago. I haven’t had a vacation for some time. I said, “I need a break.” I am sure many of you say, “I need a break,” when you need to rest, relax, take time off or have a vacation. Well, that’s what I said before I went on vacation. I needed a break.
Guess what, my subconscious took it literally, and on the first night on my way home from dinner I fell to the ground which resulted in a little break in my shoulder. Obviously, that was not the break I intended to have. I promised myself this was the last time I will say I need a break. From now on, I only take time off or go on vacation or a trip. We really want to pay attention to what we say to ourselves, to our loved ones, and friends and colleagues.
Did you know that your subconscious cannot hear “not”?
Have you noticed that when you tell yourself “I should not forget that” that you actually will forget it? Or is it just me? When I catch myself thinking, “I must not forget that” I immediately correct myself and say instead, “I will remember to do this.” Or, you tell yourself you don’t want to experience a certain situation again but it happens again and again. Listen to what you are telling yourself. When you find a negative statement in there, anything with I don’t want this or that anymore, rephrase it. Observe your self-talk and make changes to be kinder to yourself and others.
What we resist persists.
If we consider that, wouldn’t it make more sense to look at our resistance from a different point of you. Maybe there is a gift in the situation, a lesson to be learned, or simply an opportunity to walk away. Would it not make more sense to look at what we want to create, i.e. a safe and harmonious environment, clean air, healthy food, equality, sustainable living, etc. and allow that to show up in our lives?
I find it interesting that it seems to be so much easier for us to say what we don’t want and therefore focus on that versus voicing what we stand for and to focus on that.
What feels better, to focus on staying healthy and take the right action or to focus on not getting sick and being stuck in fear? Again, watch what you think and say!
When we are against something, we create resistance, and that resistance can own us and keeps persisting. It is so much more effective to state what we want and give our energy to that. Where focus goes energy flows. This is the power of your word in action.
Are you familiar with the power of “I am”?
Did you know that by using “I am,” over time you are putting into existence whatever you claim to be? Some other powerful words with the same effect are “always,” and “never.” Knowing that and applying it correctly can change your life for the better. For instance, instead of saying “I am always late,” say, “I am always on time,” or “I am never late,” instead of “I never get it right” say “I always get it right.”
Be careful what you tell yourself, your children, friends, and colleagues. Always remember the power of your word and be intentional in your communication, with yourself and others. As a result, your life will be filled with more joy and miracles.
Also, when you experience pain, discomfort, or any other unpleasant circumstances, don’t say “my pain,” “my bad luck,” “my misfortune.” Why not? Well, whenever you say “My,” you claim it, and it will stay with you because it is yours. New concept? Just food for thought. Play with it! Use “my” consciously when you truly want to own it and claim it as yours, of course, only when it is actually yours, i.e. my health is getting better every day.
What are limiting beliefs and how can you change them?
Limiting beliefs are thoughts we think that stop us from getting what we want in life. If you wonder what they are, just look at your life and around you. Do you have what you want or do you have limiting beliefs that stop you from having it? Those limiting beliefs could be: you’re not worthy, you’re not good enough, you’re not capable, you don’t belong, you are insignificant, you are not perfect. You may believe that you have to work hard to earn money or that it is better to be poor because you believe rich people are greedy.
Change those beliefs by telling yourself:
If you find it challenging in the beginning to allow yourself to even think like that, do it anyway. It is so worth it. I highly recommend the newly released book of my mentor, Chris M. Duncan, You’re Not Broken. He gives you five steps to create the life you want. If you apply his process, it can change your life.
“Every person takes the limits of their own field of vision for the limits of the world.” – Arthur Schopenhauer
Use words of love and gratitude during difficult times
It is no secret that planet earth and we as human beings are going through huge changes. Some say humanity is entering a phase we have never experienced before in history. Therefore, it can be scary, and we want to have compassion for ourselves and others. When we focus on love and gratitude for all, we have the best ‘tools’ to make it through.
When we are moving from the third to the fourth and fifth dimensions, whatever we are saying has the potential to manifest faster than ever. Practicing the power of your words and using them consciously and intentionally can make the transition and your life so much easier. Let me know how it is working for you.
Manifest the power of your words with the Light-Life Tools
Use your Manifestation Tensor Ring, remember the power of your word when you speak your intentions through it. Also, when you write your intentions down and place the piece of paper in your Harmonizer, use this language. Some of you are using it already successfully, so keep doing it. For others, it may be a very new and strange concept. My invitation is to experiment with it just for a week or two, or a month. Put a sticky note on your mirror ‘the power of our word’, and observe positive changes in your environment. Once it becomes a habit, you will attract more of what you want in your life. By the way, changing a habit may take not only 21 days as it was told for a long time, but up to over 260 days. So, stay with it!
I wish you lots of fun experimenting with new ways to use your words and many amazing miracles as a result.