Your phrasing habits make your reality. The words you use and the way you put them together form your perception of reality.
If you have a habit of applying negative words to all your sentences then your reality will be negative. The wind ruins your haircut; the rain wets your car; the dog next door keeps you awake and the sales assistant frowns upon your choice of style.
Choosing words that support your dreams and goals will attract people that can relate to what you say because they share your view of reality.
In the examples above you will attract self-centered people who focus on negative aspects of life. How will they help you reach your life goals? – They won’t!
Imagine that all people have a pair of glasses; each pair of glasses are different so, reality looks different depending on the glasses you see through.
When you exchange glasses with someone, you see how this person’s reality looks like and to combine the two realities you adjust both pair of glasses to represent a reality you both agree on.
To exchange glasses you have to listen to the other person and tell about your own reality.
1. Listen to other people’s points of view; it is most likely that they don’t see reality the way you do. If you listen to people you will understand their reality and you can combine it with your own reality.
2. Tell your stories, but mind inappropriate phrasing. Pay attention to the words you choose and how they help convey your perception of reality. It is possible that you have to change some phrasing habits.
When you share or combine two or more perceptions of realities then a new one will emerge. That reality will be filled with new and exciting opportunities waiting to be explored. These opportunities will clear the way to your dreams and goals.