Creating Affirmations - Rules 2, 3, & 4.
Rule 2: Now Is
must live in the present tense to be effective. Repeating
deliberately magnetises our desires into our present. We are calling them into our
now. We want our positive objectives to happen as quickly and
efficiently as possible. The aim of positive affirmations is
to achieve and experience the affirmation, right now.
If we say we will be happy, healthy, wealthy,
peaceful, or whatever else we want to be, we are actually
informing our subconscious we want our desire to always stay in
the future. "Will be" lives in tomorrow, and
tomorrow never comes.
Every positive affirmation
must be based in the NOW. "I am healthy and
strong", or "I feel fantastic", "I love
my life", or "I rejoice in all the good things
always happening to me".
must include a
positive emotion. Emotions add chemical
and electrical power to
our thoughts and words creating a much more powerful neuronal
network construction in our brains. Basically our thoughts are
much stronger when an emotion is imbedded in them.
Examples of adding positive emotions
into positive affirmations include: "I rejoice in feeling calm and peaceful",
"I am happy I'm so healthy and prosperous".
Rule 4: It
must be True
brain is overflowing with intelligence so if part of you is
affirming "I am happy", while another part of you is saying "No, I'm
not! I'm miserable!", your brain will
listen to the message that is packed full of emotion ... and you will be affirming
my own misery! It is therefore essential,
before establishing positive affirmations as our daily mantra, that
we believe in the possibility of the message we are affirming.
instance, if you created an affirmation about being relaxed and
positive while constantly arguing with yourself, negatively affirming that
affirmations are "a load of rubbish" and "I am
not relaxed and positive. I am stressed. Life is full
of bad experiences, and I just can't
cope", you would not be affirming your relaxed, positive state of
being. You would be affirming your own stress and
negative statements are much more powerful than insipid,
I-don't believe-this-anyway positive affirmations. The
negative statements are jam-packed-full of negative emotions such
as anger, fear, guilt ... and remember Rule 2?!
Feels the Most, Wins!
The most emotionally
validated affirmation wins. Affirmations work. You
just have to be careful about what you are affirming! The subconscious
always obeys the most strongly felt instructions. The brain obeys,
and whether your affirmation is positive or negative, it will take
firm hold of your outlook, and your life.
therefore necessary to face up to any and all inner opposition to
the positive attitudes and directions you wish to
follow. Ask your negative-and-arguing-self to explain the
reasons for the negativity. You will hear reasons
given. Think about the answers you're giving yourself, then
ask about the reasons behind the answers. Keep digging away until you reach a root
cause or causes. The root cause will reveal the attitude, and memories,
afflicting your belief in your good fortune.
Be aware that you may need the
help of some good books and CDs to help you through to self-acceptance.
But Hard Work
Did I mention
creating life-changing and empowering affirmations was
hard work? Simple, but hard work. Well, it is, but it's
hard working towards
the life you really want. There is no greater goal.
keep in mind the joy of reaping the rewards for the work you're
doing. Imagine how great life will be, being the person you
want to be, living the life you want to live. Trust
yourself. You can achieve miracles.
Words to Live By - Miracle
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