How Your Vocabulary Influences The Law of Attraction

I have been writing a lot about the importance of remaining positive, keeping an open mind, positive vocabulary and the power of the Law of Attraction.

However, I don’t think I have emphasized enough of just how powerful the Law of Attraction is.

In everyday conversations, either with ourselves, or others, we are either attracting into our life that which we want, or that which we are trying to avoid.

The very thought of something that you do not wish to have is powerful enough to attract that into your life.

No longer happy to be single anymore, DO NOT think of how there are no compatible partners out there!

Tired of being sick, DO NOT think about how sick you are in this present moment.

Now, after this first and most important step in the Law of Attraction, the next step is to control your words.

You may think that you have this attraction business down pat, writing in gratitude journals, repeating affirmations and visualizing what you desire.

However, a HUGE barrier in allowing you to attract what you wish is


Now I’m not referring to your potty mouth or French terms you wish you didn’t use as much. I’m referring to the way you speak about yourself and your world.

When you have thoughts of wanting something, but your language conflicts those thoughts, you prevent the Law of Attraction from working in your favour.

You can be wanting more money, yet saying that:

“you are broke”

something is “too expensive”

or “I’ll never be able to do that with my funds”

You automatically put a hold on the flow of energy that attracts money to you when your vocabulary is negative.

If you take a look at your everyday vocabulary, how often do you say things like:

“I can’t”

“It’s too expensive”

“I’m ugly”

“I wish I could look/have (blank)”

“I wish I had (blank)”

” I’m jealous of what they have”

” I would never be able to have (blank)”