The vocabulary of poverty

“What you think and feel you bring to form”
Saint Germain

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There are limiting beliefs that you carry from childhood to adulthood and determine your way of thinking, living and feeling. It is not about denying the realities, it is about building yourself, growing and staying in high vibration energies in the face of externalities.

These beliefs are supported by a vocabulary that is called “poverty vocabulary”, and you will ask yourself, what is the vocabulary of poverty? It is the way in which you express yourself according to cultural schemes or patterns that limit your own growth that you store and develop in your unconscious, which is why the words are so familiar and spontaneous to you when you pronounce them.

This vocabulary of poverty limits your capacity for creativity, abundance and prosperity, affecting them "unconsciously" in the different spheres of your life: economic, social, work, family and therefore in your self-esteem. It is the "self-sabotage" that you do day by day until you stop and identify what you live, and find a way to be aware of what you express and feel through your words.

An excellent practice is to think before you speak, They tell you from a young age but at the same time they surround you with limiting beliefs that in the end generate contradictions. To Pensar you visualize in your mind what you want to express with the verb (word), if your instinct - free of conditioning - tells you this is the right thing to express... do it! Otherwise, reformulate it mentally until you express it as it makes you feel good.

Removing expressions of poverty from your vocabulary will make you break those limiting mental beliefs that hold you back in your personal growth. Here are some of the most common:


When you start a project, the most common thing is to hear: we are going to advance “little by little!” The word “little” means scarcity. What do you imagine when you hear the word “little”?

Now, you will have to rethink this: «I will do it little by little» versus "I'll do it step by step." The second expression is more stimulating.

2) "I NEED"

This is another frequently used expression and means, "lack." “I need a job”, “I need money”, “I need to improve”, “I need support” with reactive expressions and from the place of the victim of your reality. The also disastrous ones arise: «help-me», «give-me», «employ-me», «love-me», where your responsibility to help-you, give-you, employ-you and love you

Instead of formulating "I need", change to the "want" and the “I choose”“I want money, I want to improve, I choose to change”. The mere fact of changing them directs you towards the will and what you do want and want to achieve.


How many times a day do you say "I'm going to try"? It happens that trying does not work, because it brings into play your internal doubt that there is a possibility of achieving anything. Trying is trying. Although "trying" does not mean doing it.

change it to "I will do it!" and if you can't or don't want to, just say: "I will not do it". This changes the result, because every time you say "I'm going to try" you program your mind to "try", to "negotiate" so that one day -maybe- maybe you will achieve it.


There is the peculiarity of saying when something is good "it's worth it" is as if you were saying: "it's worth having value." And "grief" means pain, anguish, sadness. However, this very typical phrase that many say is put in an inappropriate way.

Instead of "worth it" you can say “worth the effort”, “worth the joy”, "it's worth making it happen”.


It is common to run into someone and, when asked how they are?, they answer "in the fight" or "Fine... or I'll tell you." What you don't realize is that in your unconscious affirmation you are creating the idea of "fighting" against life, and this makes each day a struggle to save.

To change this limited unconscious construction use expressions like “Very good”, “Excellent”, “Advancing every day”.


In the current economic situation, the expression "I don't have" is the common one to express... I don't have food, I don't have money, I don't have a job, I don't have peace in my house, etc. Etc. Another way of expressing lack.

If "I don't have" we transform it into "At the moment I have just enough food, money" can give you a break; also if we use "I am looking for a job" or "I want to work" you are calling that energy to materialize. Can you imagine when you express “I want peace in my house”, “I want harmony”, etc.


So common among entrepreneurs, companies, etc. We always have someone who buys from us, maybe not the amount and frequency we want, but there is. Therefore, I invite you to express “I want to sell more”, “Today I will sell more”.


This popular expression that is often expressed as a “famous phrase”, in addition to putting shackles on yourself to move forward, makes you completely vulnerable to that condition and from then on there is nothing.

expressions like “I am grateful for the life I have and I go for more” or “I have a simple life and I am creating what I want”, are the ones that will give you that energy to move forward, to overcome and continue growing in life.



Remember that a word is a spoken thought. And a thought is a silent word or phrase. In both cases they create an emotion within you, which is what determines the behavior that you later bring to reality in your actions.

By changing that internal chain you will be able to modify the reality in which you live, and, as you have seen, "This experience of transformation is well worth it."