SWITCHWORDS TO USE AT HOME
‘Together’ is the master switchword, aligning your conscious and subconscious. Prefix your switchwords with ‘together’ and you empower the words that follow, such as ‘together count’ (bring me more money). ‘Chant together’ and you can also find out what’s blocking you. You could even add a value to ‘count’ to manifest a particular amount of money. If you have felt blocked in your ability to generate money in the past, empower your switchwords with the prefix ‘together-divine’. ‘Together’, as the master switchword, brings your conscious and subconscious selves into alignment – and switches on your manifesting power. ‘Cancel’ and ‘cut’ clear away negative beliefs or thought patterns hindering the flow of money. Use them after a word that describes your situation: ‘poverty-cancel’. ‘Act’ is the switchword to become a brilliant speaker, while ‘take’ is for leadership. ‘Wings’ will help promotion, while ‘bubble’ is a reputation enhancer. ‘Giggle’ is the word to get in the mood for writing and so to hit a deadline, say ‘giggle done’. ‘Ridiculous’ is the switchword to promote. If you want to promote a newspaper or magazine you can say ‘ridiculous sophisticate’. To get a perspective on a business situation use the switchword ‘around’ and to attract things you value, say ‘find’. ‘Find’ means bring me what I value in life – from money to objects. Say ‘around’ to get perspective on a situation. Empowering words include ‘guess’ to make a decision, ‘stretch’ to prolong a run of luck, ‘crisp’ to get focused, ‘crystal’ for mental clarity and ‘care’ to remember (so that’s also good for exams). To enhance anything say ‘bubble crisp’. ‘Reach’ to get inspiration; ‘tap’ for persuasion; ‘bluff’ gets rid of work anxiety and if you don’t like a boss or colleague you can say ‘delete’ and then their name. ‘Hold’ and ‘guard’ can protect you from criticism and ‘bowel’ is for humility and to protect you from a terrible boss.
Liz’s book Switchwords: Use One Word to Get What You Want is published by Harper Thorsons. Available on Amazon, and in bookshops.