Does One Word Have the Power to Change Your Life?

“If someone offers you an amazing opportunity, but you are not sure you can do it,
say ‘YES’ – then learn how to do it later.”
~Sir Richard Branson

In this special podcast edition we explore how activating the word “Yes” has the potential to create lasting and significant change in your life.

Discover the pathway to manifesting greater levels of personal flow, prosperity, happiness and purposefulness now …

Les Price is a transformational coach, intuitive healer, speaker and author. As a thought leader in human potential, he works with aspiring individuals, businesses and organisations globally to help them expand their influence and realise their goals in an enlightened and visionary way.

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The language we use has an incredible power to influence and direct the nature of our lives. Not surprisingly since the moment we were born it is more than likely that we have been conditioned to hear the word ‘No’ more times than we were ever acknowledged or affirmed with the word ‘Yes’.

The frequency and energy of the word ‘Yes’ has the ability to open many doors and opportunities in our lives. Embodying and embracing this simplest of words on a daily basis can lay the pathway for attracting and creating what you really want, while at the same time making you magnetic to new possibilities, people, places and events that resonate with you highest good.

 

In this episode of the Leading in the Light Podcast, Les shares:

  • How language and the words we use direct the course of our lives
  • Some of the latest research from UCLA on positive programming and conditioning
  • How you may be unconsciously saying ‘No’ to your highest good
  • How the brain’s chemistry, neurology and vigilance centre are impacted by saying ‘Yes’
  • How to shift your energy and frequency to align with what you really want
  • How to open to a miracle consciousness in your own life through ‘Yes’
  • How to take the leap and flow fully into your highest good
  • Why ‘Yes’ could be the most powerful word in the English language