Monday, January 18, 2010


Speaking in the Positive


As we replace the negative with the positive we see that the results of having made this shift are filtering down into our daily experiences where we receive the gifts we truly desire.
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Another word we've eliminated from our vocabulary is "not." Our guides told us that our subconscious mind is unable to recognize the word "not." Put another way, we were told that the invisible helpers and angels who work with us to bring our intentions into manifestation are unable to hear the word "not" and that things would work out much better for us if we put our intentions out to the Universe in a positive way. For example, instead of saying, "I intend that I am not sick anymore", now we would say, "I intend that I am always in excellent health." Or, instead of saying, "I intend that I am not afraid anymore, we would say, " I intend that I am more courageous."

By saying things in a positive way, our entire lives are becoming more positive. We are subtly empowering ourselves by getting rid of the negatives in our speech.

Integrating positive languaging into your everyday vocabulary may take a little bit of practice. As you become more aware of what you are saying, your old negative habits will tend to surface, and it will be common for you to have to take a few moments to figure out the positive way to say something. This is the same as in the Intenders Circles, where you have often had to help each other find a positive way to phrase an intention. It is good that you have learned to do this because this exercise has served you to become more positive people. You've begun to look upon these instances as an opportunity to sharpen your creative abilities. While you've found that it's challenging at times to speak positively, you've also learned that it can be fun as well. That's the spirit with which we in the higher realms recommend you approach positive languaging. Make it fun.

After all, having fun is always a positive thing!

My Intention for today is:
I intend that I am listening closer to what I am saying,
and that I am eliminating the negative words from my speech.
~photo by J. Berkley

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