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Mind Your Language
There is much to be said for the power of words. Just as everything that
we attract starts with our thoughts, much of what we think is relayed in the
words that we speak. This can be, and usually is, so automatic that we
don’t even notice we’re doing it. For instance, how many times lately
have you heard yourself say “I can’t afford it”? What about “that’s too
expensive” or “I have so many bills” or “I’m in so much debt”… the list
could go on, but I think you get the point.
Become aware of the images you are producing in your own mind with
the words that you use, it is those images along with the verbal reiteration
that will guarantee you manifest exactly that. Use positive language and
use words that create positive images for example “Being wealthy makes
me feel light and free and I have a bounce in my step!”. Compare this to
“Being wealthy means I don’t have to endure the drudgery of working for
someone else anymore”. Even though both are statements of what you
want, one feels better than the other, this is because the mind does not
process negatives like don’t and can’t, it simply conjures up an image of
the words you’ve used. Remember: Always say it how you want it.
“Handle them carefully, for words have more power than atom bombs.”
- Pearl Strachan
To give you an example, one of my coaches, several years ago, started
pulling me up on the language I was using. Every time I said “I can’t
afford it” he would stop me and give me other examples to use, such as
“my money is otherwise allocated”. Eventually it became natural to use
only positive terminology, but it just required some practice at first to break
the habit. I also wore a rubber band on my wrist for a month, and
snapped it every time I caught myself saying something negative! This is a
very effective strategy, which was inspired from the best selling (and
highly recommended!) book The One Minute Millionaire.
Pay close attention to the language that you’re using, and you may start
to notice just how often you are reiterating the very situation you don’t
want to be in. Don’t give it that much power! Change your language to
the positive; instead of saying “I can’t afford it”, why don’t you try “I can
afford it but I choose not to buy it today”, or “I’ve chosen to given
something else financial priority”.
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by Dax Fiddes
by Wellington Rodrigues, B.M.Sc./Ct.Hy.