How Your Language Affects Manifesting - Queen of Manifestation

How Your Language Affects Manifesting

How many negative thoughts do you think you have per day?

Just play with me, and take a guess.

Okay, got it?


Well did you know that according to scientists, we have over 60,000 thoughts per day.

And what’s even more striking is that for the majority of us, 80% of those thoughts are negative!

Crazy, right?

The things that you tell yourself can have a big affect on what’s showing up in your life.

Simple common expressions that we use all the time when we’re talking to our friends and families, and especially to ourselves can either be destructive or instrumental in shaping our reality.

If our thoughts create our reality, we want to have positive ones!

I want to share with you the 2 words that so many of us say – and how the use of them is stopping you from getting what you want.

Plus I have 2 easy tips to get you out of the negativity trap in your head and into a more positive state of mind.

Watch this week’s Manifest Mondays episode to find out these simple steps to turn your negative thoughts upside down:

Awesome, right?

Each present moment provides the opportunity to change your beliefs.

Instead of saying, “I can’t.” Ask “How Can I?”

(tweet this.)

Remember, you create your reality.

Positive conditioning is a practice. So don’t get frustrated when a negative thought pops up. Just try to shift it right away. Soon more and more positive thoughts will replace the old patterns of negativity.

Now I want to hear from you. Have you tried any of the tools I shared with you in the video? Do you do anything else that I didn’t mention above? Tell us how you switch your thoughts from the negative to the positive. Share it in the comments below! We all can benefit from your experiences.

xoxo, Jen

Leave a Reply 8 comments

Jamie Reply

So interesting! A few months ago as an experiment, I asked the universe for a trip to Vegas to see if it would manifest. My thoughts are always things like- I can’t afford trips, I don’t have vacation time, my job is in the way, I wouldn’t have spending money… etc.

So not too long later, a friend told me that she was going to Vegas alone. He boss was having a party there and she was provided with two plane tickets as well as a room in the Cosmopolitan. She had just broken up with her boyfriend and asked if I wanted to go with her. (Hello gift from the Universe).

BUT unfortunately, she had given me only a couple days notice. And I couldn’t go.

I wonder now how my thoughts about not having *time* played into that!

🙂 Thanks for such a great video.

    jen Reply

    Ooh, yes, totally a gift from the universe. But yeah, since you told yourself couldn’t afford vacation time and you didn’t have the time, it showed up and you couldn’t afford it. Plus it was too late for you to go. Interesting indeed.

    I’m glad you now know how to flip all of that around! Such an awesome A-Ha moment. Thanks for sharing Jamie!


Donna Reply

I have done the “get to” one before and it’s amazing. For me, a stack of “interested letters” at work triggered anxiety and stress. One day as a joke I called them love letters. I kept doing that. Within a year, more things happened and I had a job I LOVED (same job/different….me). Thank you for the advice to say: “How can I afford it?” This is a wonderful tip for my whole family.

    jen Reply

    Love it Donna! You’re so welcome.

leigh Reply

an interesting approach. think your right. will let you know how using this subtle change of emphasis makes things different.

    jen Reply

    Can’t wait to hear how it goes. xx

Ashley Slaughter Reply

Awesome post Jen! I love these two tips and am looking forward to incorporating them into my positive self-talk arsenal 🙂

    jen Reply

    Yay, awesome Ashley!

Leave a Reply: