[soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/181525260" params="color=784f79&auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false" width="100%" height="166" iframe="true" /]How many times a day, do you suppose, do you say or think the words
aren't... can't... don't... won't... wouldn't?
If you're like me, the answer is, probably, "A lot."There's a big problem with those words: They exist outside the Universal language.They're unrecognizable to the Universe, and so when they're used, they create a misfire, so to speak, in your intent. They're incompatible with Universal Law.
What That Means
That means, anytime you say, for example:•We aren't doing that.•I can't do that.•I don't want to do that.•I won't do that.•I wouldn't do that....the Universe hears:•We are doing that.•I can do that.•I do want to do that.•I will do that.•I would do that.So if you say, "I don't want to gain weight," the Universe hears, "I want to gain weight." Your words are mismatched to your intention, as the Universe understands it.The language I use gives me pause, more and more, because I want to be certain my intent, especially at the Universal level, is clear. Becoming certified in hypnosis helped, because the language of hypnosis scripts is that of the Universe.
The most important - and very possibly most helpful - thing to remember is, the Universal language is based on positives; affirmatives. (That's why hypnosis scripts must be without the words mentioned up top; the subconscious overlooks them, resulting in those misfires I mentioned.)If you look at it from that perspective, it makes speaking the Universal language a bit easier.•State what you do want.•State what you will do.•State how you want to feel.These are the basics of affirmations, which are the basis of manifestation.
You're up for the challenge, right? Start with just one hour, and eliminate the five words mentioned in this post (aren't, can't, don't, won't, wouldn't) from your vocabulary. If you want to kick it up a notch, eliminate "but," as well. (It's another nonexistent word in the Universal language.)Be mindful of how you're speaking, and how you're rephrasing what you might normally say. And notice, too, how much more aware you are of those negative words after your challenge. Perhaps you can make it one of your New Year's intentions to speak more positively of yourself and others.
What's Your Truth?
Will you take the challenge, or are you a person who's already embracing the Universal language? What other words might unrecognized by the Universe?