Have you heard the saying your words create your world? Well they do so we damn well better choose them wisely!
Whether you go to a library or Facebook has become your library you may have seen the most recent research on how powerful words truly are. This may include; Dr Emoto’s work with water, the experiments with rice and the difference in molecular structure of different types of tears under the microscope just to mention a few. Shaun Achor from the field of Positive Psychology and Lynn McTaggert a journalist who investigates the power of intention are my personal favourites writing around this topic at the moment.
The thing that amazes me the most is that we now how have scientific proof of universal energy. Those of us who need proof to have faith can run an experiment and literally see our words creating our world.
What are the most common phases I hear as a coach then?
“I’m not good at relationships”.
” I have to work hard to get what I want”.
” I just don’t know where my money goes”.
Whatever you focus on you get more of so what we see is people not being good at relationships, having to work hard indefinitely and not knowing where their money goes. Our power to manifest means that if you say it you’ll see it in your world soon enough. In fact we don’t even have to say it out aloud, just the words that are contained within our thoughts have that same power.
So watch your P’s and Q’s , watch what you say and think before you speak, because the universe keeps saying:
“Your wish is my command!”
Alfina’s purpose in life and as a coach is to compassionately educate herself and others in order to create an extraordinary and inspiring future.
Over the last 15 years Alfina has been an educator in a variety of locations and across many different subject areas. Originally qualified as a Drama and English teacher she has also spent the last 15 years teaching, English as Second Language, Italian, History and Geography. Most recently Alfina has enjoyed success in the field of corporate training, where she has been writing and delivering training for professionals in the fuel industry.
Alfina’s experience as an educator has allowed her to seamlessly transition into coaching. This is due to her belief that education is the most important key to positive and lasting change, whether it be on an individual or community scale.
Alfina’s strengths lie in her passion for young people, culture and communication in particular languages. Being bilingual and a language teacher allows Alfina to identify and challenge patterns of communication and therefor belief systems that are not serving her clients.
Alfina is committed to inspiring her clients to make positive and lasting change in all areas of their life.