Poor You (Life As We Speak)
Even if that expression was said with big loving feelings of compassion by the speaker, it would lead into poorness.
Do not be led into believing that the way something is expressed eliminates the actual meaning of the pronounced words. It might send signals of loving feelings to your child or beloved one; it will, however, definitely lead them to focus on ‘how poor they are’ and it will keep on being nicely wrapped in this unhelpful notion.
It is always nice to signal loving feelings towards others. I am pleased to know that that is out there and that it is done often by people; however, the words should also complete the support. So, you may use an expression such as: ‘Dear you’ (with the ‘Oh my dear bunny’ tone of voice).
‘Precious one’, ‘Precious you’ or ‘My love’ does a better job in showing compassion and sending the idea of being dear and precious to someone and to the outside world.
It keeps you focused on those important words and you keep having them in your selection of words. You are better off with words such as ‘Dear’ and ‘Precious’ in your collection of ideas.
For an abundant life filled with riches and variety, conclude using the word ’poor’ for good. This allows your mind to find new ways of expressing itself and it will lead to feelings that generate hope, abundance and joy.
Once someone is told that he or she is in an unfortunate situation, he or she will keep on dwelling upon it, and thus, stay there for an even longer period of time. The way out is to create a new vision, new feelings, derived from new words.
Use, for example, expressions such as: ‘It does not seem so much fun at the moment; however, it will become so shortly.’, ‘I am sure you will feel much better soon.’, ‘You are talented, and the world will know that.’, ‘You can make it happen, concentrate and believe.’ or ‘You are fortunate.’.
All those statements shift the mind of the subject towards future pictures, filled with hope and desired outcomes. The addressee will instantly get a small relief from the unpleasant current situation, and the emotions derived from the imagery of the wanted outcome will grow and start to create.
The word ‘poor’ is preferably permanently removed should one intend to experience a life of joy, abundance and prosperity. What we think about and express ourselves with and towards gets immediate energy and validity for future days.
We preferably describe the unfortunate person as if he or she has already achieved satisfaction and success with whatever they are dealing with.
YOUR DESCRIPTION OF SOMEONE LEADS THEM TO THE REALISATION AND THE RECOGNITION OF YOUR EXPRESSIONS. DESCRIBE EVERYTHING AND EVERYONE AS YOU WOULD LIKE IT AND THEM TO BECOME.
From: Life As We Speak by Danny Oceans