Day 18 – The Affirmation Solution

quote-habits-of-thinking-need-not-be-forever-one-of-the-most-significant-findings-in-psychology-martin-seligman-58-94-41Today’s reading is something I’ve been practicing for years and it just reinforces that we need to practice continual repetition of the affirmations as though we’re where we want to be…

Affirmations for me after today’s lesson:

I am living a fulfilling balanced life where alcohol plays a very small role now.

I am attracting many wonderful new opportunities for growth and success in my business.

I am healthy – mind/body and soul.

The lesson is prompting me to pick up my Napoleon Hill book up to read it again (I never finished it the first time) – “Think and Grow Rich” … it’s part of my goals/intentions for continual development.

I know affirmations work because of where I am today – in a loving relationship with a wonderful man – moving into a new home and no longer worried about my financial situation for the first time … since forever… My future IS bright!

From the website today… 

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Trust Us, Affirmations Actually Work!

There is countless published research that validates the effectiveness of affirmations.
Affirmations have been used for centuries to help accomplish people accomplish their goals, by breaking the cycle of negative self-talk, focusing on the desired end results, reprogramming the subconscious, and becoming more aware of conscious thoughts. Affirmations are also called declarations or mantras. Through repetition, they reprogram your subconscious to make sure that it is actively helping you achieve your goals.

 

 

 

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One thought on “Day 18 – The Affirmation Solution

  1. losedabooze says:

    Reblogged this on Lose 'da Booze and commented:

    Take Two – I’m on day 17 but since today is May the 18th I decided to pick the book back up and refresh my memory. I’ll pick it up and start the exercises again as Day 19 will be new to me. Ironically – today was a close call to caving in before reaching my 30 days – cravings were really bad but I pushed through and happy to report I am still on track with my 30 day goal!!

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