“As Sonia Choquette, spiritual teacher, advises us, ‘The power of the word is real whether or not you are conscious of it. Your words are the bricks and mortar of the dreams you want to realize. Behind every word flows energy.’” Julia Cameron, The Right to Write
I have heard that speaking the word is more powerful than thinking the word. And here Sonia would seem to agree. Writing the word is particularly powerful, too, for we emphasize in our writing that what we write is what we believe to be true. And belief, in the law of attraction, is all-powerful.
Recently I said something that I didn’t want to see actualized, but was a fear of mine. Immediately I said (as I had read), “Cancel! Cancel!” And I hope that I succeeded.
“Behind every word flows energy,” as Sonia says. We can enhance the likelihood that our desires will manifest by speaking them aloud. Of course, this advice flies in the face of the idea that there is power in secrecy. But secrecy for its own sake is a misnomer. We are not, any of us, alone in our thoughts. Telepathy actually works, and so particularly our nearest and dearest do know what is going on with us. Our words will give power to what we want.
Of course, we don’t have to verbalize our desires for them to manifest.
It just sometimes helps.
And, if there is nobody to listen (or who wants to listen), writing out our desires solidifies them as manifestations. Keep a journal, keep a record of the dates of our entries, and we have proof that what we are desiring is coming into our sights.