Creating Positive Affirmations - Rule 1
Our brains do not
register negative words in our self-talk. This means that if
you create a affirmation saying "I will not panic",
the message you are actually giving repeatedly to your mind is
"I will panic".
situation occurs with "I am not
fat", or "I never spend more than I can afford", or
"I am not stressed" or any other affirmation with a
negative in it.
The brain responds to the
negatively based sentence
as if it did not contain the "no", or "not", or
means the message being received by our sub-conscious is the
exact opposite to the original message. Everything we are
affirming we don't want, is being heard by the brain as an
affirmation of something we do want. "I am NOT
fat!" is heard by the brain as "I AM fat".
The subconscious does not judge our affirmations, it simply
follows our instructions and ensures we obtain our desire.
If we keep unintentionally affirming we are fat, or stressed, or
poor, we very quickly become fat, or stressed, or poor, or whatever else
we are unintentionally affirming for ourselves.
Always ensure an affirmation
is affirming want you do want, not what you don't want.
Positive affirmations lead towards a positive objective, not away
from a problem. "I will not panic" shows the
desire to run away from a problem. "I am calm and
peaceful" leads the brain to a positive solution.
Examples of positive
affirmations are: "I
am calm and peaceful", "I study easily and well",
"Wonderful things are always happening to
me". Decide what you do want, not what you don't
want then state it in the most positive, affirmative statement you
Positive Affirmations - Rules
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