The Language Learning Lesson

Our language use strongly influences the meaning we assign to our intentions and actions. In your journey with Ammortal, we will start your practice of “loving language”. What is loving language? They are words we use or don’t use to better serve us.

A simple example to feel through is this:
“I get to go to the movies” versus “I have to go to the movies”
It frames an action as an opportunity versus a burden. That’s the “knowing” of it. Now imagine you saying this in your mind and tune in to your state and your feelings.

What did you feel differently between the two statements?

What did you feel differently between the two statements?
Emotion(s) with “get to”

Powerful isn’t it!

So, here is the practice to start for the next 3 days. Your goal is to use this 80% of the time and accept the times and moments you don’t.

Below are words we get to let go of:


  1. Right / Wrong
  2. Positive / Negative
  3. Good/ Bad

The words above judge the person, item, or situation without giving us an actionable. Also, because our reality operates in duality (opposites), whenever you pick the word “positive”, you must also take on the energy of “negative”. For example, when you ask to be positive, you have just also told yourself you are currently negative. If you were already positive, you would not ask for it. These judgment words are too broad to create reality with.
We can substitute the judgement with “how does this serve me”.
For example, we get to switch from “this situation is (negative / positive)”, to “how does this situation serve me”.


  1. Have to
  2. Handle it
  3. Deal with

These are more subtle and may be less detectable. They are words we use that automatically frames the relevant situation as a burden instead of an opportunity. These words subconsciously perpetuate the linear and constant stress state. We get to shift from “I’ll deal with it” to “I’ll experience it”. You can even add in “I’ll experience it and practice my__________ (name a skill or attribute you want to apply and practice) OR “I’ll experience it and learn _______ (name something you want to learn).


  1. Always
  2. Never
  3. I’ve tried everything

These are words that unconsciously alter our perception of the significance of the situation. These words are subconscious tools to affirm our existing beliefs and reduces our ability to be open minded. We get to shift from “You always…” to “you often”.


  1. Should

At the embodiment of our essence, there is full acceptance of us. In that moment, we would not use words like should. This word suggests that the current situation, choice, and state is not desired. This word bypasses the present lesson and embeds insecurity into the subconscious. We get to shift “I should” to “choose to”.


  1. Crazy
  2. Insane
  3. Weird

These words stop our brain from seeking further understanding of the situation, person, or thing we label with it. Once we label it, our brain finishes it’s inquiry. So, we get to shift “that is crazy” to “I currently don’t understand that”.

The Gap Explained

The center circle represents our essence. If we live in that circle, we embody full acceptance of ourselves. We get to feel, experience, and practice love, joy, bliss, etc

The outer circle represents who and what we want to be.

The “gap” is the space between the 2 circles.

In our lifetime in this duality reality, we get to exist within the harmony of these two circles. Ideally you rhythmically dance from one circle to the other as you expand the circles and pay close attention to the size and duration of the gap. If you stay in either circle too long, that linear existence has some unwanted effects.

If you stay in the inner circle too long, you never expand.
If you stay in the outer circle too long, you forget the inner circle exists.
If you make the outer circle too big, the gap gets too wide. The wide gap creates the illusion that the inner circle is too small.

Existing at the inner circle will broad cast vibrations of love, peace, bliss. As you go away from the inner circle the emotions change from those to depression and despair if you go too wide.

Like an instrument you get to chose how to play the notes that best serve you moment to moment.

Here is a video that explains the concept as it relates to health

Your Language as a predictor of illness explained:

Posted by Steve Young on Tuesday, November 19, 2019

The State of Love Language

While mindfulness of our words is a great tactical practice of programming our reality, the strategic approach is also just as important. When we are in the state of LOVE, our language will reflect acceptance, support, non-judgement, and ego-less.

Here are some songs to listen to throughout the day to practice being love.

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