Language is a powerful and important tool that allows you to gain more mastery at all levels. Therefore, the fifth-dimensional advice is to use words that are open and do not express preference or judgment. Then you speak the language of the fifth dimension.
Why is learning the 5D language so valuable?
You may not realize how great the influence of your language use is on your happiness in life. What kind of stories do you tell when you talk to yourself and others? What patterns do you feed? Many people don’t realize that we empower stories by constantly thinking about them and telling them.
That is why it is so important that you learn how to create and articulate the fifth dimension through a conscious choice of words. To be clear, your focus determines and strengthens your heart’s desire and creates more of the same (of what you sincerely desire).
Language is a powerful and important tool that allows you to gain more mastery at all levels. Use words that are open and that do not express preference or judgment. Then you speak the language of the fifth dimension fluently and naturally.
Some specific tips
For starters, pay attention to the verbs you use and the tenses in which you use them. Also, it’s best to avoid terms like “crazy,” “hopefully,” or “the best thing ever,” as these imply unexpected (and abnormal) results.
The word “strange” also has connotations that don’t feel and sound positive. Consider ditching these common words and replacing them with words that have no charge. The following sentences can help you with this:
- Fortunately, we are moving forward again.
- That was very interesting.
- Excitedly we head towards…
- I am grateful that…
- Great that I now…
- I would very much like…
Don’t think black, don’t think white…
Realize that duality is not bad , but a choice. We choose to become fifth dimensional because we have done everything we needed to do within the polarity experiment and extremes are no longer an issue, not because the polarity is good or bad. The language of 5D opens you to a different perception of what is possible.
Avoid words that lock you in
‘I have to…’ is probably the greatest sin among the language habits with which you lock yourself in the third dimension. You don’t ‘need’ anything at all. You always have a choice. You may not always like the consequences, you may feel pressure from your environment or family to do certain things, but you always have a choice.
Delete that expression from your thinking and speaking; this makes it easier to stay in the fifth dimension. When you say “I must,” you empower the people who want to control you. It is very liberating when you decide for yourself that you no longer need the words ‘I have to’. You don’t “should” pick up your daughter at four, you choose to do that.
Dealing with pain and sadness
When you stand up for yourself, you create an impregnable boundary around you. This means that no one can harm you unless you ‘let them in’. How can someone hurt you? You enter into a relationship, create high expectations… and then someone drops you.
What do you do if something like this happens to you? Quite simply: you feel hurt. You acknowledge your pain and sorrow. It is self-affirming when you acknowledge your own expectations (which cause the pain) and disappointment (the emotional feeling due to the unfulfilled expectations). You bear the responsibility for both . Then you just continue to love the other person whether you decide to end the relationship or not. Either way, you’re in charge. You are the one who decides.
Avoid using strong metaphors
Another disproving statement is: ‘I’d rather jump off a mountain than clean the toilet.’ This indicates that you would rather do something terrible or nasty (jump off a mountain in this case) than perform a certain action. Just say ‘rather not’ and omit the colorful metaphor.
If you refrain from these kinds of statements, you will soon become more loving and accepting of yourself and others. You don’t deny your emotions, you acknowledge them by giving them a voice-only three times and no more – and then you choose new words.
More about empowering words
It has been proven that DNA in living tissue responds to language, especially in combination with specific frequencies. Restrictive language has just as much effect on your DNA as empowering words.
Listen carefully to the words people use and to your own inner dialogue (that little voice in your head). See how often you use limiting words to indicate what you can and cannot do.
In the table below you will find language choices that are either restrictive or empowering.
Reinforcing words to replace ordinary language use
Ordinary Language Reinforcing Words
I can’t I don’t want to (it’s your choice, stand for it!)
I must I choose
It’s too heavy I choose to make it fun and simple
It’s not my fault I think I’m responsible. What can I do to solve it?
It’s a problem It’s an opportunity
It’s too painful I’m learning to deal with it
Life is a struggle Life is an adventure
If only I… Next time I’ll make a different choice
What should I do? Make sure you’re there!
About feeling offended
No one can offend you if you don’t bite. Sometimes it is your loved one who you love and respect. You want them to be perfect, but they just aren’t. It can also be a family member or acquaintance.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if your relatives always said what they really mean? You might also like them to be perfect, but in reality, acceptance is your best answer. Within families and when it comes to your partner, it is important to speak out. But always love them too. When you stand up for yourself, you create an impregnable boundary around you.