Just Take Care Of Your Word

November 3, 2006 9:50pm CST
Your words have more power in your life than the opinions of your neighbors. Use your words wisely. Develop affirmations that represent the life you would like to live. Use those affirmations on a consistent basis. Watch your life transform to reflect the power of your words. Affirmations are not a method of communication; they are a tool of creation. If you want to tell your neighbor about the facts in your life, do not use an affirmation. But, if you want to create a new reality, use affirmations. Notice the statement is in the present tense. It does not say I will be healthy. It says I am healthy. Also notice the statement does not mention cancer. It only refers to the positive condition you are trying to create. Remember, even your idle words have power. Telling your neighbor the facts of your current problem adds energy to those problems. If your neighbor can not help you, use the power of your words to create what you want and not what you do not want. Some people have trouble with affirmations because they feel they are not speaking the truth when they use an affirmation. For instance, if you are sick and you say, “I am whole, healthy, and energized,” it might feel like a lie; however, affirmations are not the facts of your current situation. They represent the experiences you want to have in your life. An affirmation is a positive statement expressed in the present tense. It should not contain references to what you do not want only what you do want. For instance, suppose you have cancer and want to be well. Your affirmation might be, “ I am healthy and energetic. All of my cells are healthy and functioning perfectly.”
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