The Value of Your Word

The Value of Your Word (how to turn on your word power)One of the best ways to create our reality is to speak it into being – with affirmations, ‘I am’ declarations, and scripting stories of what we want until they come to be.

But what happens when we’ve trained our word to be powerless?

That’s exactly what some of us do without realizing how it sabotages our manifesting game.

I’m talking about when we use our word carelessly – saying things we don’t mean or making promises we don’t keep.

In that process we train ourselves to distrust our own words.

And if we don’t believe what we say, how is Universe supposed to take us seriously?

One of the easiest ways to amp up our manifesting skills is to build and protect the integrity of our word.

That means doing what you promise and meaning what you say.

(I’ve got room for improvement on this myself.)

Practicing this may require an upleveled awareness about unconscious habits, but your success as a conscious creator is worth it.

  • So the next time you tell someone you’ll be there at 3, be there at 3. (Or address it if you can’t be.)
  • When someone asks your opinion, try on the truth for a change. (There are books devoted to this skill.)
  • The next time you make a promise to yourself, treat it like it matters. (You do.)

You’ll find that as you deliberately work to increase the stock of your word, your affirmations will pack new power.

Here’s to keeping our word – and to the delights that unfold when Universe takes us seriously.

  • August 13, 2014
  • Doaa K. says:

    Absolutely! When we are up to what we say we are definitely ahead of so many people who aren’t. People start trusting us get influenced by us and tend to always want to have is as an important person in their lives…

  • Layan, I remember when I first got married how unusual the word “wife” felt when applied to myself and how strange it was to call my sweetie “husband.”
    It was completely “true” – I had the ring and certificate and the ceremony to prove it – but it felt very strange. It took a while to get used to those ideas.
    Sometimes the words and the thoughts are a bit foreign to our tongue and our minds, but the repetition can create a familiarity that makes all the difference vibrationally.
    So even when you’re good at honoring your word and saying what you mean (which can go a LONG way in enhancing our ability to consciously create what we want!) – those new scripts can feel a little odd at first. Don’t let that sway you.

  • Layan says:

    Wow .. I think that is a very important element! I have been wondering why when I script or say positive things I don’t feel they are quite true! Obviously I was devaluing my words .. Thank You Jeannette

  • Agreed, Stephen. And I think it’s valuable to pay attention not just to keeping my word but also speaking my truth – as Nancy said, in a way that is kind, loving and open.
    I can imagine that! And if I can imagine it, I can live it. 🙂
    In fact, you’re a guy who’s really good at that, too, right?

  • Stephen says:

    When you do what you say you will do, you word becomes law in the universe.

  • Jeannette says:

    Well said, Nancy. I think understanding it can be done that way makes it easier for people to commit to practicing it.

  • Indeed! 🙂
    Say what you mean (in the kindest way) and mean what you say (with an open heart).
    Many blessings,

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