Tuesday, July 5, 2016


Good day and I hope you are having a great week, and had a wonderful 4th of July.  This week I want to concentrate on something that we all should know, but most of the time do not give a second thought to.  That is, the words we used on our routine conversations every day.  I am going to start with one phrase which recently has gained popularity specially with the younger people, “it’s no problem”. 

For example I do a transaction with someone and I say “thank you” and they reply “no problem”.  Someone keeps the door open for me, and I say “thank you,” and they reply “no problem”.  At first glance it may not seem like a big deal, and yet when you break it down to its core essence from the point of The Law of Attraction (LOA), we know the Universe does not recognize words of negation.  So when you say “No problems” as opposed to “ you’re welcome” what are you concentrating on? That is right, Problems.  It is the same thing as saying “I don’t want any bills” or “I don’t want to be sick”.  These sentences concentrate on the “bills” and “illness”.  You want to keep your attention on the things that matter, and how you respond with your words.  Words have power.  When you vocalize with your words, and hear yourself saying on a daily bases saying “no problem” over and over you are actually attracting the vibration of “problem” to you. 

Similar things to concentrate on and be aware of is when you are asked “how are you doing?” or “how are you?”.  When the response is “not too bad” or “hanging in there”, you see that the concentration is on “bad” and the mere “hanging in there”, a response that I argue comes from lack instead of prosperity,  as opposed to saying “good” or “great”.   We need to concentrate on how we respond to people every day in conversations and analyze what we are attracting by our words, and keep ourselves in line with the words we want to see in our reality and not those we want to avoid.

People turn to me and in response to this suggestion ask “so should I just lie about how I feel?” My answer to you is Yes.  An absolute, resounding yes.  Go ahead and fake it till you make it. Yes, go ahead and reaffirm that you want to feel great, and not feel like crap. If this means you are going to lie to yourself, then so be it. I however,  don’t see it this way. I see it as actually taking ACTION to get myself on a higher and higher vibration to feeling better and having what I want. 

I hope this makes sense to you and you will start to monitor what you are saying. Feel free to share this with anyone that can benefit from it, and make sure to comment on my Facebook page and Twitter feed. Till next week, to your continued success. 


  1. Definitely spot on! I am guilty of saying "no problem" so I am going to continue to rethink that one and work on a more positive response.


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