It’s Possible to Reverse Aging; Mastering Your Energy is the Key

It’s Possible to Reverse Aging; Mastering Your Energy is the Key

 

Energy is at the basis of everything.  How freely your personal energy is flowing is the reason that you feel eager or distraught.  It determines whether good ideas occur effortlessly or whether you struggle to find your creative flow.  When your energy is aligned and moving with momentum, you’re actually aging in reverse. And, more easily attracting all you desire.  

Here are 3 energy mastery principles you can apply to increase your vitality and prosperity, and start aging in reverse.

Principle #1:  Our relationship to energy is the difference between someone who feels old and someone who is aging in reverse.    

When you think about the difference between a child of 2 or 3 and an adult of 70 or 80, what’s the first thing that comes to mind?  If you consider this in terms of energy, you realize there’s a lot more to it than skin elasticity and muscle tone.

The hallmark of youthful people is an openness to experiencing the present moment.  They’re mentally flexible and prefer riding the wave of new ideas and possibilities over reliving the past.  And because they’re curious, they’re tapped into the universal stream from which all creativity arises.  With each new experience, they’re summoning more vitality and enthusiasm.  Rather than becoming older and more set in their ways, they’re actually aging in reverse.  

Now contrast this picture with most average adults. You’ll realize that as we age we tend to become set in our ways.  What makes us feel old is that we’ve cut ourselves off from the universal energy stream that keeps us young.  

When we’re living in our heads, interpreting the present moment through the lens of the past, we no longer experience each moment as new and fresh.  Instead, we’re dragging our past beliefs, conclusions, and resentments forward into the present.  This is a burden that grows heavier and heavier with time.  Our resistance to what’s happening now cuts us off from the universal stream of vitality. Rather than aging in reverse, we begin to feel old.

Principle #2: Your mind can be your worst enemy or your most powerful ally for aging in reverse.

How you direct the focus of your mind has everything to do with the quality of the life experience you create.  

Like everything in the universe, your thoughts generate an energetic signal, and different thoughts resonate at different vibrational frequencies.  Some of these frequencies magnetize to us the outcomes we desire, while others attract outcomes that we dread. It’s something of a cosmic joke that the act of worrying about getting old actually accelerates the aging process!  

You can’t think and speak about how broke you are and attract abundance at the same time.  Likewise, you can’t feel heartbroken and be magnetic to love. When you look in the mirror and think about how fat you are, you’re actually pushing away the ideal body you desire to create.   And in the same way, you can’t effectively age in reverse when you’re worried about getting old.  In fact, worry is using your imagination to create the very experiences you’re hoping to avoid.

Energy mastery is about finally putting the horse in front of the cart.  

There’s really no way around it. With every thought we think, we’re either advocating for our power or we’re arguing for our limitations.  If you desire to age in reverse, you must begin to think and feel in ways that are consistent with that outcome.  Energy mastery is about first understanding that you attract from the universe experiences that are consistent with the expectations you hold.  And then it’s about deciding, on purpose, to think thoughts that align with the outcomes you desire rather than those you dread. 

You have so many creative powers at your disposal.  You can selectively sift through memories and relive the moments in time when you felt most passionate, youthful, and alive.  Look around your life right now and notice every sign of new growth and regeneration.  You can appreciate all the seemingly miraculous creations that take place on our planet every single day and allow yourself to be in awe.  And most importantly, you can engage the power of your imagination to conjure the reality you desire.  As Dr. Orison Marden, the author of Why Grow Old who founded Success magazine way back in 1897, wrote, “The face cannot betray the years until the mind has given its consent. The mind is the sculptor.”  

If you wish to age in reverse and look and feel 35 rather than 53, engage the power of your mind to conjure this reality in every detail.  

Principle #3:  In every moment, think, feel and do whatever brings you a sense of relief.  

Consider again the difference between someone very old and someone very young.  While most elderly people are consumed with what’s wrong and what hurts, young people are passionate about doing what feels good.

An energy master knows that when something feels good it means you’re on the right track!  Feeling good is your most accurate indicator that your vibration is flying high and resistance-free.  And in that good-feeling state, you are open to receive everything you’ve asked the universe to provide.  

If reversing your age is your desire, make a commitment to be childlike and gravitate toward everyone and everything that feels good.  And when you find yourself in a bad-feeling interaction or situation, understand that your most important priority is to tend to the split in your energy.  In other words, make your energetic alignment your highest and the first order of business.

With practice, you’ll be able to discern just what needs to happen in order to soothe your energy when it’s wonky.  Sometimes you don’t feel good because your energy is blocked or stagnant.  In those cases, you want to reach for things that encourage your energy to flow.  Move to another part of your home or office in order to get a fresh perspective.  Get your body moving through some form of physical exercise.  Sing loudly to your favorite song.  Clear the clutter from a room or even a single drawer.  And feel the release of resistance within you as you do.  

At other times, your energy may be moving so fast that it’s more chaotic than harmonic. Your thoughts are going a million miles a minute and you’re not sure which of them to act on first. 

In these moments, your best course of action is to withdraw from whatever you’re trying to focus on. Instead, focus on energy alignment.  Close your eyes and take some slow, deep breaths.  Rest in self-compassion and do your best to find acceptance for whatever is happening at the moment.  Soothe yourself with words of appreciation and reassurance, as you would offer to a young child.  Remember that the path to reversing aging is not one of forcing anything to happen, but becoming supple and childlike.   

Reversing aging is a process of replacing lower, slower, or chaotic vibrational frequencies with higher, faster, and more harmonic vibrational frequencies that feel better.  In other words, whenever you feel good, proclaim that you are, in that moment, reversing the aging process.  

Energy mastery is the path to a continual, renewable Fountain of Youth. 

 

Christy Whitman is an energy healer, Master Certified Law of Attraction Coach, and the New York Times bestselling author of The Art of Having It All: A Woman’s Guide to Unlimited Abundance.  Her latest book, The Desire Factor: How to Embrace Your Materialistic Nature to Reclaim Your Full Spiritual Power is on sale now at www.thedesirefactor.com. Christy communicates with, and for, The Quantum Council, a collection of non-physical ascended masters who desire to help humanity understand that we are divinely designed for well-being, abundance, success, and loving relationships.  You can take the first step in alignment and creating your desires by a free 30-day program called Watch Your Words by going here: www.watchyourwords.com.

 

5 Steps to Being Less Emotionally Reactive

 

Being overly reactive to the people and situations around you is more than just exhausting.  It actually displaces you from your personal power and undermines your ability to create the life you desire.  

Here are 3 principles that you can begin applying today to regain control of your vibration – and therefore, your emotional reactions.

First, declare that you – not anyone or anything outside of you – are in charge of the way you feel. 

Being less emotionally reactive begins by accepting one fundamental premise:  You have the ability to set your own emotional tone, regardless of how others around you are feeling. 

If you’ve fallen into the habit of being emotionally reactive, you probably feel at the mercy of other people’s moods.  This is what happens when we haven’t yet learned that we have the ability to calibrate our own emotional state.  We naturally fall into vibrational synch with the most dominant energy stream that surrounds us.   

But while this may seem like good news when we’re in the presence of positive, uplifting people, it’s ultimately disempowering.  Because emotionally reacting to others leaves us completely out of control of our own life experience.     

Truth be told, most of us are highly emotionally reactive. 

Meaning, we allow our internal moods and emotions to be controlled by events in the outer world.   And so, when something we consider to be good happens, our mood raises in response.  But if we perceive someone or something as misbehaving, our good mood plummets.  

When this is our orientation, we are literally handing the reigns of our life experience over to another.  So the first step to reclaiming your power is to assert that you and you alone are in charge of your mood.  The next step is to declare how you desire to feel and anchor yourself in that desired vibration. 

To become less emotionally reactive, declare how you want to feel and then anchor yourself into that desired vibration.   

Most people wait until they’re already in an unpleasant situation and then react to the environment they find themselves in.   But as a deliberate creator, you can decide to make a far more beneficial choice. 

You have the power to decide in advance how you want to feel and then set yourself up to experience that in every way you can think of.   I call this “preparing your internal environment,” and the good news is, it’s a skill you’ve already practiced many times throughout your life.

For example, think of the last time you hosted an event that turned out really well.  Chances are, you didn’t just throw it together last minute, but actually spent time creating it in advance.  

You probably curated your guest list based on the potential chemistry, interests, and synergy of each person within the group.  You likely took some time to think about the type of meal you wanted to make, then gathered the necessary ingredients.  On the day of the event, you probably even took steps to clean and beautify your home to make it joyous and welcoming to guests.  And all of these things were done, in advance, for one singular purpose:  to enhance the mood and experience of everyone involved.  You can apply a similar process to prepare your mood, so you can be more deliberate about your emotions and less reactive.   

Here’s how to prepare your internal environment.

To prepare your mood in advance of any situation or interaction, simply begin thinking thoughts of appreciation and joyful anticipation.  Go out of your way to notice and enhance all the possible positive aspects of everyone you’re about to encounter.   And while you’re at it, keep a running mental list of all the things you appreciate about yourself.  Decide in advance what qualities you wish to embody, and then take whatever actions support you in achieving that state.  

For example, suppose your intention is to show up to a meeting with your boss feeling calm and relaxed.  You’d want to begin thinking, in advance of that meeting, about the actions that would naturally foster that state of being.  You might consider getting a good night’s sleep or giving yourself a few extra minutes in the morning.  If you’re going after a state of enthusiasm, perhaps listening to some inspiring music or going for a brisk walk would set the stage.

Reactive people stumble into a given situation and let the dominant vibration influence their mood.  Deliberate creators set their emotional tone on purpose by tending to it in advance.

The final step to becoming less emotionally reactive is to give yourself permission to do what feels best to you.

“Doing what feels best to oneself” may seem like obvious advice, but you’d be surprised how many people don’t follow it.   We put up with bad-feeling relationships for all kinds of reasons, and all of them come at a huge personal cost.  

Proclaim that you are 100% responsible for your mood, then decide how you want to feel.  If you take these first steps, the final step will come easy, and the most beneficial choices will be clear.  

You see, you can’t be committed to being peaceful and engage in conflict at the same time.  Or, you can’t decide that you want to feel loving and entertain hateful thoughts. You have to make a choice between the two, and if you allow them, your feelings will guide the way.

Give yourself permission to pull back from resistance-filled people and situations.  Simply walk away for the time being, if you can.  And if the present situation doesn’t allow for that option, then at least withdraw your attention from the conflict.  

Remember that you are in charge of how, where, and on what you direct your focus. 

You can focus very specifically, or you can view a situation in the most general of terms.  Whenever you find yourself in a situation where the negative momentum is very strong, making feeling better your first priority.  

No matter where or who we’re with, there is always something we can do to bring more well-being into our experience. We just have to a) make our well-being a priority, and b) be willing to actively seek out better-feeling options.

 

Christy Whitman is an energy healer, Master Certified Law of Attraction Coach, and the New York Times bestselling author of The Art of Having It All: A Woman’s Guide to Unlimited Abundance.  Her latest book, The Desire Factor: How to Embrace Your Materialistic Nature to Reclaim Your Full Spiritual Power is on sale now at www.thedesirefactor.com. Christy communicates with, and for, The Quantum Council, a collection of non-physical ascended masters who desire to help humanity understand that we are divinely designed for well-being, abundance, success, and loving relationships.  You can take the first step in alignment and creating your desires by a free 30-day program called Watch Your Words by going here: www.watchyourwords.com.

 

Answers Network with Allen Cardoza Interview

I was interviewed by Allen Cardoza of Answers.Network today. We talked about The Desire Factor: Embrace Your Materialistic Nature to Reclaim Your Spiritual Power. You can watch the episode below.

Allen asked me to answer a specific question about the word desire, that came up during the interview, which you can listen to below the interview video.

 

Answering a question from a caller on the Answers Network with Allen Cardoza about the word ‘desire’:

 

 

 

Christy Whitman is an energy healer, Master Certified Law of Attraction Coach, and the New York Times bestselling author of The Art of Having It All: A Woman’s Guide to Unlimited Abundance.  Her latest book, The Desire Factor: How to Embrace Your Materialistic Nature to Reclaim Your Full Spiritual Power is on sale now at www.thedesirefactor.com. Christy communicates with, and for, The Quantum Council, a collection of non-physical ascended masters who desire to help humanity understand that we are divinely designed for well-being, abundance, success, and loving relationships.  You can take the first step in alignment and creating your desires by a free 30-day program called Watch Your Words by going here: www.watchyourwords.com.

 

Why Honoring Yourself Every Day Is One of the Secrets to a Happy Life

You can create the outer symbols of a happy life and never feel happy inside. 

Imagine magnetizing a successful business and never feel like a success. 

It’s possible to be in a room full of people and still feel lonely inside.  Until you learn how to honor yourself, you won’t feel honored by – or even seen by – other people.

Honoring yourself every day is the secret to happiness, and it’s also the secret to manifesting the things you desire.   

Honoring yourself is vital to achieving everything you desire because the world mirrors back to us the way we feel about ourselves.  

Your conditions in the outer world always mirror what’s happening within the inner world of your thoughts and emotions.  If you’re feeling depleted, anxious, or self-critical, this energy will color your perception of everything and everyone in your life.  But when you’re feeling happy, eager, and proud of yourself, everything around you looks brighter, friendlier, and filled with possibility.  

The thoughts, beliefs, and feelings we dwell on in the privacy of our hearts and minds all transmit a frequency.  And the situations and experiences that come into our lives are always a perfect vibrational match to the frequency we’re sending out.  The universe responds to this frequency by bringing us more evidence of what we already believe. 

Perceptions, feelings, and beliefs we hold about ourselves are the most powerful magnetizers of all.  If we feel unworthy, that feeling will linger, no matter how many valuable possessions we gather.  Learning to honor yourself opens the door to all you desire and allows you to appreciate all that you already have.

Here are 3 steps you can take every day to become more honoring of yourself.

Step #1:  Honoring yourself begins with feeling yourself.

The first step in honoring yourself is to give yourself permission to feel however you are feeling.  

Most of us were taught to disconnect from, minimize, or negate our feelings.  We’re trained to place other people’s happiness above our own.  We’re taught to be likeable and agreeable.  As a result, most of us invest a disproportionate amount of energy into trying to influence the way other people feel about us. And in the process, we disconnect from our feelings about ourselves.  

Honoring ourselves must begin with a willingness to feel ourselves and to acknowledge when something doesn’t feel good.  To ignore our feelings for the sake of someone else’s happiness is to treat ourselves without regard or respect.  And in so doing, we are training them how to treat us.  

Begin honoring yourself by giving yourself permission to feel the full range of your emotions. Emotions are simply energy in motion.  They rise and fall on their own; there is no need to try to control them.  Use your breath to welcome your emotions to the surface where they can be acknowledged and honored for the information they hold.   

Step #2:  Learn to honor your inner “yes” as well as your inner “no.”

Every time we say “yes” when we mean “no,” we are dishonoring ourselves.  

If you often get angry at others for taking advantage of you, it could be that you’re not honoring your inner “no.”  

Part of honoring yourself is protecting your own boundaries, rather than override them to make others happy.  It’s not anyone else’s job to hear, respect or listen to us; it’s up to each of us to advocate for ourselves.   

Honor yourself by making the decision that if something is even slightly a “no,” it’s still a NO, and it deserves to be respected.  You have both the right and the responsibility to communicate your “no” to others, even when it might upset them.  This may feel difficult in the beginning, so remind yourself of the rewards.  Not only will you feel less resentful of others, but you’ll also have more integrity within yourself.  What you feel is important.  What you think is important.  You are important.  And you deserve to honor yourself.     

Step #3:  Honor yourself by deliberately focusing on the benefits, opportunities, and positive aspects of yourself and your life.  

There are only two basic positions you can take in relation to anything in your life. You can either focus on what you perceive as going wrong, or on what you perceive as going right.  When you understand that what you focus on expands, you discover that the most honoring thing you can do is to focus on your positive aspects.

With the power of your focus, you can zoom in to any experience of reality you desire. You can use the power of your mind to find fault or to look for things to praise. You can observe what’s missing, or you can appreciate all that you already have. And whatever reality you direct your focus toward, just know that that reality will expand. 

Focusing on the positive aspects of any person or situation brings us soothing relief.  It’s a way of honoring where we currently stand, even as we’re reaching for more.      

Learning to honor yourself opens the door to all you desire and allows you to appreciate all that you already have.

 

 

Christy Whitman is an energy healer, Master Certified Law of Attraction Coach, and the New York Times bestselling author of The Art of Having It All: A Woman’s Guide to Unlimited Abundance.  Her latest book, The Desire Factor: How to Embrace Your Materialistic Nature to Reclaim Your Full Spiritual Power is on sale now at www.thedesirefactor.com. Christy communicates with, and for, The Quantum Council, a collection of non-physical ascended masters who desire to help humanity understand that we are divinely designed for well-being, abundance, success, and loving relationships.  You can take the first step in alignment and creating your desires by a free 30-day program called Watch Your Words by going here: www.watchyourwords.com.

 

How to Appreciate Yourself and How Far You’ve Come

It’s not always easy to appreciate yourself when goals are still unmet or things aren’t going according to plan.  The experience of living with less joy than you know you’re capable of can be excruciating.  And yet, this gap between what you want and what you’ve got is the birthplace of every desire.  Learning to appreciate yourself, and recognizing how far you’ve come is the fastest way to close this gap.  Here are 3 universal principles that you can apply to instantly generate more self-appreciation.

Principle #1:  Appreciate yourself for having given birth to each new desire.

The moment you become aware of a new desire, you have two basic choices in how you relate to that desire.  You can resist it, suppress it, and kill it with doubt, or you can nourish it with positive thoughts and beliefs.  The first choice will hold the improvement you’re reaching for at arm’s length.  The second choice will mobilize and magnetize the improved reality into your experience.  

Many of us have a negative and counter-productive relationship with our own desires.  We try to suppress the feeling of wanting because it triggers within us so much discontent.   But what if we appreciated ourselves for everything it took to hatch the desire in the first place?  

Life is a continuous process of defining and redefining what we want.  The moment we create something new, we see things from a new vantage point.  And that vantage point brings our awareness to yet another desire to create something different or more.   There truly is no final destination.  Desire is the force that drives our constant evolution.     

Allow yourself to fall in love with the very idea of your desire unfolding.  Celebrate and appreciate yourself for having lived enough life to know with powerful clarity what you now want.  And when you see others living something that you desire to create for yourself, realize that it’s possible for you, too.  Even your unrealized desires deserve appreciation because they are the vehicle for all you have the potential to become.   

Principle #2: Appreciate yourself by recognizing how far you’ve come. 

The fastest way to allow in more abundance is to make it a daily practice to appreciate what you already have.  In our constant striving toward the proverbial top of the mountain, it’s easy to forget how much ground we’ve covered.  Appreciate yourself by deciding to stop, turn around, and feel satisfied and proud as you notice how far you’ve come.   

If you look around your life as it exists today, you’ll realize that you’re now living what you once only dreamed of.  Many of the things you’ve already manifested in your life likely began as a faint idea or far-out dream.   There are so many aspects of yourself and your life that are already going amazingly well – and these are cause for appreciation!

The energy of appreciation is one of the most attractive, magnetic, and powerful energies in all the universe. When we are appreciated by another, we feel seen, safe, validated, and inspired to do, be, and give even more.  And when we turn the lens of appreciation to ourselves, we bathe ourselves in its abundant, high-frequency energy.   

So appreciate where you stand in this exact moment. Appreciate all that has come before, which gave you greater clarity about what you now want. Appreciate all that you have learned and all that you have already manifested.  Don’t allow yourself to become complacent about the things you have already manifested. Continue to use them as objects of attention and nourish them with your energy and your love.  What you appreciate, appreciates in value, and becomes more.  

Principle #3:  Acknowledge that you already have a relationship with the reality you desire to create. 

You already have a present, real-time relationship with every single one of your desires.  This relationship exists right here and right now, not at some distant point in the future.   But it’s up to you to maintain this relationship as you would with any other important person in your life. 

The relationship with your ideal body is one that you want to nourish and attend to. So is the relationship with your children, your friends, your coworkers, and your significant other. In the same way, you have a relationship with all of the beautiful material possessions you have already manifested and acquired.  And your active appreciation of them is what will keep those things alive and thriving in your experience. 

Within every desire are all the components that support its complete realization. The desire itself came loaded with everything needed to bring about its full realization. It is encoded like DNA. You don’t need to add anything to it. You just need to tend it. Acknowledge it. Be mindful of its presence. Realize that because you desire it, it already exists within you. There is great sufficiency all around you. Flow your love toward everything in your life that is already working well, and appreciate what you already have enough of.  Appreciate yourself, generously and often.  This is how you open the doorway to greater abundance. 

 

 

 

Christy Whitman is an energy healer, Master Certified Law of Attraction Coach, and the New York Times bestselling author of The Art of Having It All: A Woman’s Guide to Unlimited Abundance.  Her latest book, The Desire Factor: How to Embrace Your Materialistic Nature to Reclaim Your Full Spiritual Power is on sale now at www.thedesirefactor.com. Christy communicates with, and for, The Quantum Council, a collection of non-physical ascended masters who desire to help humanity understand that we are divinely designed for well-being, abundance, success, and loving relationships.  You can take the first step in alignment and creating your desires by a free 30-day program called Watch Your Words by going here: www.watchyourwords.com.

 

The Power of Words – And What to Affirm Instead of “Shoulding” On Yourself

“In the beginning, there was the word.”  This celebrated passage from the Bible offers us a clue into the power of words.  

The words we speak matter —  a lot.  They have a tremendous impact on the quality of experiences we attract.  With every word you speak, you are literally summoning, invoking, and magnetizing a particular version of reality into existence.  

Most people are completely unconscious of the power of the words they speak. And as a result, the words they use often help to create outcomes they don’t actually want to live.  

Complaining summons a particular version of reality into existence.  So does venting angry, worrisome or paranoid thoughts.  Words that affirm what’s wrong; what’s missing, or what displeased us in the past block the very happiness we desire.  And using words to “should” on oneself is a primary example of this.  

Language doesn’t describe reality; language creates reality.

Language constructs our mental world, colors our perception of life, and forms the basis of what we experience as “real.”   Think about the age-old question about whether you describe the proverbial glass as being half empty or half full.   How you interpret, explain, and describe something literally becomes your reality.  Words have tremendous creative power because they mirror the way you’re perceiving the world. 

When you speak about the fact that you don’t yet have something you want, you’re actually using your power of words to accentuate your experience of lack.  Therefore, you’ll continue to create the same kinds of lack-based situations, people, events and circumstances that you have right now.  This applies to whatever you feel you are lacking – whether it’s a lack of money, support, love, fun, or anything else you might want.  You’re using the power of words to miscreate, rather than to manifest what you desire.

How we perceive life is everything.  If we perceive the world as hostile, we’ll find evidence of hostility.  If we perceive the universe as a friendly place, that’s what we’ll attract.  So what are we attracting when we use powerful words such as “I can’t,” “I don’t,” and “I should/shouldn’t”?   

Shoulding” on yourself is counter-productive to achieving your goals.

The words “I should” immediately place us into a right/wrong, either/or mindset.  When we’re “shoulding” on ourselves, we paint ourselves into a box that severely limits our options.  The more you “should” on yourself, the smaller your world becomes, and the more helpless you feel.  You’re using the power of words to limit your options and to deprive yourself access to the life-giving gift of free will.  And the fact is, you could just as easily use the power of words to affirm your worthiness and your abundance.  

 Here are 3 statements to move you from a constricting mindset of lack back into a limitless state of abundance.  Use these anytime you find yourself “shoulding” on yourself to shift out of regret and into a wider range of options.     

Powerful Word Statement #1: Because I have free will, I always have options.   

Whenever you find yourself thinking about what you should or shouldn’t do, playfully ask yourself, “What are all my options here?”

For example, do you have the option to take action later, rather than take action now?  Do you have the option to stay silent rather than speak?  Sometimes, when our energy is misaligned or scattered, the best option is to back away and do nothing at all.  Choosing to stay silent when we’re misaligned is a wise application of the power of words.

Regardless of the situation we find ourselves in, we always have the option to approach it with optimism or pessimism.  We have the option of pre-paving our intended result, or worrying about an unwanted outcome.  And, we can opt to have a bad attitude about whatever we’re doing, or to cultivate a joyful mood instead.  

The more you acknowledge the options that are available to you, the more possibilities will come into view.  What you focus on expands, so focus in the direction of your freedom rather than on your “shoulds.”

Powerful Word Statement #2:  Right now, I can choose to speak about the problem, or to imagine its solution.  

Remember, the power of words lies in their ability to create.  It’s as if with every word we speak we are casting an energetic spell that later manifests into our reality.   So it’s up to each of us to be mindful and intentional about the spells we are casting!

It’s not possible to flow positive and negative energy at the same time.  In every moment, you get to make a choice to do one or the other.   So, when you find yourself dwelling in a problem, make the powerful choice not to speak of it.  Instead, remind yourself that because the problem exists, the solution must also exist, because they are two sides of the same coin.  What you turn your attention to will grow and expand in your awareness.   

Powerful Word Statement #3:  When I relax, I allow my highest good to unfold.

Ultimately, we “should” on ourselves because we believe that we have to work hard to prove ourselves or to manifest the things we desire.  But the path to joyous manifestation is one of relaxing, allowing, and attracting – not forcing.  

You can use the power of words to remind yourself that the universe holds a bird’s-eye view of your life.  Each of your desires has been heard and is known by All-That-Is.  By relaxing and allowing, you open the door for the universe to orchestrate even bigger outcomes than you can envision for yourself.  Be mindful of your choice of words, and speak only in the direction of that which you desire, never against it.  

The moment you put words to any perception, you engage the power of words and add energy to that perception.  Our choice of words is what sets the wheels of manifestation into motion, so it’s vital that we choose them wisely.  

 


 

Christy Whitman is an energy healer, Master Certified Law of Attraction Coach, and the New York Times bestselling author of The Art of Having It All: A Woman’s Guide to Unlimited Abundance.  Her latest book, The Desire Factor: How to Embrace Your Materialistic Nature to Reclaim Your Full Spiritual Power is on sale now at www.thedesirefactor.com. Christy communicates with, and for, The Quantum Council, a collection of non-physical ascended masters who desire to help humanity understand that we are divinely designed for well-being, abundance, success, and loving relationships.  You can take the first step in alignment and creating your desires by a free 30-day program called Watch Your Words by going here: www.watchyourwords.com.