Posted on Jan. 15, 2006
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Ever feel Unsupported?
What would your choice of language have to do
with that? Why would the language you use be important?
Because... You can't create a vision without it. You can't
define a desire without it. You can't solve a problem without it.
Language drives visualizing. Visuals drive feeling. Feeling
drives more language. And the cycle goes on and on.
While we are unconscious of 90% of our internal
experience (images, language, feelings, beliefs, etc.), they are all
represented in the conscious or unconscious language we use day in and
Does your language match and support the vision
of you fulfilling your dreams? Or is it peppered with "hopes,
maybes. ifs, nots?" Compare these statements.
"I am completing my plan,"
"I am working on my plan."
"If all goes well, I'll complete my plan."
"I hope I get to complete my plan."
Whatever language you employ supports an image of
you related to your dream. That image creates a feeling which is
nothing more than the vibrating of that image into your outer life.
Looking at the four sentences above, which would you want vibrating out
into your life?
Have you ever felt unsupported in reaching your
dream? Look into your everyday language for unsupportive words
and statements. They aren't accidental. All your
Language is driven by your beliefs about yourself. You don't have
to fiddle with the beliefs, just change the language you use. The
beliefs will come up as a result.
Then what? Then keep the supportive
language working for you. No matter how much you want to believe
in your inadequacy and powerlessness, choose to support your success
instead. You do that with your language. The mental
images will change as a result and then your feelings will follow.
The language you choose to use is one of your
most powerful creative tools. Pay attention to it to find where
you are holding yourself out of your dream (and in your struggle) and
then use new language to place you firmly in the completion of your
Wishing You the Best Outcome you can Imagine and Speak