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Help with Language ~ a suggestion

What Language are you using? The Language of Light or Limitation? 

L A N G U A G E:

Notice what language and words you use (just describing all this)


THE POWER OF LANGUAGE

One of our greatest birthrights is the ability to choose how and what we create in our lives. As the creator of all things, God will accept and honour, without judgement, whatever we choose to manifest as our divine will.

As Master Creators, we generate our life experience primarily through our thoughts, words and actions. All language becomes a cause set in motion. May I suggest that you be mindful of the words that you allow to fall from your mouth, as they will manifest, creating your life experience.

Below are some examples of both creative and destructive words and phrases heard regularly in our society. This is a sample; please continue to expand your list.


THE LANGUAGE OF CREATION (LIGHT): Highly recommended

* I AM

* I CHOOSE

* I AM CAUSING

* I HAVE

* I BELIEVE ....

* MY TRUTH IS ....

* MY VISION IS ....

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CHOOSE TO SPEAK IN THE 'I':

Speaking in the 'I' allows others to map what is being said against their personal experience. Speaking in the 'YOU' carries the energy of presupposition that they believe or 'should' believe as you do. It may also cause a defensive response or decrease reception. To keep sharing in the 'I' honours individual choice and improves reception of your message.

THE POWER TOOLS OF HUMAN LANGUAGE:

* The Question

* The Request

* The Acknowledgement

WHEN GREETING A CUSTOMER:

* 'Hello' or 'Good morning / afternoon'

* 'Welcome'

* 'G'day or 'How can I help you?'

* 'Thank you'

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THE LANGUAGE OF LIMITATION: - No recommended in this day & time

To help you with this section, I recommend you listen to yourself when you talk; notice your language and use of words and set a goal or intention to consciously change your choice of words and ideas

In most cases, the best replacement word for any limiting word is 'choice' or 'choose'. In the case of "not" you may use 'choose to avoid'.

* NOT (the root limiting word) - including all family members of NOT:

- CAN'T

- DON'T

- DIDN'T

- WON'T

- SHOULDN'T

- COULDN'T

* I AM NOT ........... - Denounces your ability as a creator.

* I DON'T KNOW...- A declaration to choose forgetfulness.

* TRY .......................- As Yoda says; Do or choose to avoid doing.

* MUST ...................- Implies that there is no choice.

* MADE ME ............- A declaration of Victim - no choice.

* HARD ...................- Presupposes effort or struggle

* SHOULD ..............- Implies force, pressure or agenda.

* I AM ALWAYS .....- A sentence to sustain behaviour

* NEED ....................- Carries the energy of lack, Incompleteness or dependency.

* BUT .......................- Negates whatever was said just prior

* I HATE

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TEAM ACTION: Create a signal that can be used to alert each other in restoring our commitment to use creative language (Example: excuse me) or put up your hand.


COUNTER-LIMITING DECLARATIONS:

Now that your awareness has been restored, pay attention to how often that you hear compound-limiting declarations in your everyday life.


* EXAMPLE: I DON'T think that I SHOULD even TRY BECAUSE it's so HARD to do ...

* I NEED to TRY to do .....

* I WANT to MAKE him/her .....

CUSTOMER GREETING !

* 'You right !' (usually said with attitude)

* 'How are you?' (invasive, disrespectful, dishonour)

When paying for something:

* 'Is that the lot?' or 'Is that all?' (What does it mean?)

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most Created by S. Havill. Added to by M. Bray to enhance your life.

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