July 1, 2007

Your Creative Word

"I'll call you tomorrow." "The check's in the mail." "No, I don't mind at all."

Sometimes we utter phrases like these knowing there isn't a scrap of truth in them. But do we have any idea what it costs to give our word carelessly?

Many consider stretching (or being inconsiderate of) the truth an inevitable part of life that spares feelings and smooths life out.

But deliberate manifestors know it's a setup for dimishing our creative power. When we give our word and don't mean it or honor it, we detract from our power to create our world with our word.

Example: in order to expect saying "I am a money magnet" will manifest as truth, you must be truthful with your word in other areas. Saying "I'm busy" to dodge an unwanted invitation, or telling employees "We didn't see it coming" while announcing layoffs planned for six months, etc. you sacrifice the integrity of your word.

That translates into a weak word in your manifesting world. By training yourself to use your words powerfully, you amp up your attraction factor.

How do you do create powerful words? Simple: start treating your word like gold. When you say you'll be there, be there. When you answer a question, let it be the truth. If you make a promise you can't keep, clean it up. Honor what you say.

That way each time you say something, you train yourself to believe it. And then you can say "I am a money magnet" and have it really mean something. When you have integrity with your word, you'll come to believe that saying something is as good as done!

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