Hidden Language Codes

Hidden Language Codes

Discard A Weak Language of Doubt and Excuse and Acquire A Vocabulary of Power and Sovereignty

Book - 2005
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When R. Neville Johnston was shot three times in 1977, he died. But he came back knowing something he hadn't known before. That the universe is made up of vibrations...and that some of the most meaningful vibrations are the words we use in everyday thought and speech. So it behooves us to choose our words with care to create the life we want. Hidden Language Codes is a book about thought. Where we go in life is directly related to our mastery and command of our thoughts and our language. In evolving, we naturally change the way we think. A method of accelerating this process is to change the very words we think with. This book is the key to learning words that will improve our lives and giving up the ones that hold us back. Learn to use power words-words that serve us well-such as "acceptance," "faith," even "MacGyver," and the key power word, "love." Those words that do not serve us well include "greed," "blame," "hard," and the poster-child for disempowerment/slave thinking-"can't." Our language is full of unconscious triggers-the words we speak are making decisions for us, running us. As long as we continue to try, need, guess, want, whine, and victim our way through life, we sabotage our own goals and happiness. Never use these words again. Take charge of your thoughts and speech, and your life will follow suit. Book jacket.
Publisher: York Beach, ME : Weiser, c2005.
ISBN: 9781578633623
Branch Call Number: 131
Characteristics: xviii, 172 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.


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