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How To Create Powerful Fast-Acting Affirmations

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 06, 2008 2:12 am    Post subject: How To Create Powerful Fast-Acting Affirmations Reply with quote

How To Create Powerful Fast-Acting Affirmations

The following steps are designed to create powerful and fast-
acting affirmations. They are critical because they are the building107
blocks that will ensure successful results. Let’s take a look at them and
see how they can help you to dramatically change and improve your life.


(1) Your Affirmation must be in the Present Tense


The reason affirmations must be in the present tense is there is
no past or future in the subconscious mind. Even if something has
happened in the past, if you replay it in your subconscious, as far as
your subconscious is concerned, it is happening all over again, right in
the present moment. That's why it is imperative that you don't keep
playing your old tapes over and over again. Each time you do that, your
subconscious thinks you have experienced the event again.
In keeping your affirmations in the present tense, don't use the
words, “someday”, “soon” or “tomorrow”. You want to get into the habit
of feeling that whatever you are affirming and imaging is taking place
right now within your consciousness.

Ideas are created into form. This means that if you accept an
idea in the present tense, that idea will take form or manifest very rapidly
because you are accepting it in the present tense. It is worthwhile to
point out here that our ability to accept what we are affirming and
imaging determines how long it will take to manifest or accomplish the
end result. Everything works on our acceptance level. By keeping your
affirmations in the present tense, you are accepting it in the present
tense and your subconscious will act on it immediately.


(2) Your Affirmation must state what you WANT, not what you
DON’T want.


Affirmations must emphasize the gain of something, not the loss
of something. Do not describe what you are trying to move away from or
eliminate. Instead, affirm what you are moving toward. The point is to
keep your affirmations and visualizations on what you are striving
toward and not what you are leaving behind or trying to avoid.
It is been my experience that many people use REVERSE
AFFIRMATIONS. Instead of affirming what they want, they affirm what
they don't want.

Your affirmative statement must be something you want, not
something you think you "should" want.

For example, if your mother told you that, “You should be a
doctor”. Is this a "should" or a "want"? Unless you want to be a doctor, it
is a "should".

The best way to recognize if your affirmative statement is a
"should" instead of a "want" is if you lose your enthusiasm for doing your
affirmation. If so, you are probably affirming a “should” instead of a
"want".

The problem is that most people don't know what they want. So
instead of formulating a positive outcome they formulate a negative
outcome.

When I ask my coaching clients, "What do you want", it is
amazing how many struggle to come up with an answer that clearly
states what they want.

At best, they usually can come up with some improvement on
their present situation or improve on something they don’t want. The
way they do this is by making comparisons.

They use words such as "more", "better", etc.

For example:
"I choose to feel better."
"I choose to be more self-confident."
"I choose to have more money." etc.


Although that is better than affirming the negative, the drawback
is that it always calls attention indirectly to a negative situation that they
don't want. In other words, it draws attention to the things that their
affirmation is supposed to be "better" than or "more" of. This keeps the
negative possible outcome in their mind and defeats the whole purpose
of making the affirmative statement in the first place.
Let me give you an example.

When I ask a client what they don't want, I find that they can tell
me in great detail exactly what it is that they want to get rid of in their
life. They will say something like:

"I want my boyfriend to stop spending so much time with his mates."

Or,

"I know I don't want a job where I have to travel so far."
The reason for this is that they will have a very clear picture in
their mind of what they don't like or don’t want and almost none, or at
best a vague picture of what they really would like to have. In other
words, their intense preoccupation is usually with what they lack —
what's wrong in their life.


Unfortunately this is entirely the wrong way to go about making
an effective affirmation. If you hold a negative picture in your mind about
what you don’t want or the things you don't like about your present
situation you are reinforcing that negative situation into your memory,
and the end result is you will keep experiencing it over and over again.
But - if you can imagine a positive outcome that would eliminate
your problem, then there is a very high probability that you will attract
that outcome into your life. So, if you focus on what you want instead of
what you don't want, that will be the likely outcome.

Why is this important?

It is because your subconscious mind is like a computer. And as
you probably know, a computer thinks in literal terms. When entering
information into a computer to find the answer to a particular problem
you must be exact in the way you pose the question. Your subconscious
mind and your brain work the same way.

Like all computers it is literal in its interpretation of the input that
it receives. Its performance or the final outcome depends on the
precision of the commands it receives. It must understand the command
or it simply doesn't know what to do!

So, when you choose to "do better in school," or you make any
other comparative statement, your computer-mind doesn’t understand.
As far as your computer-mind is concerned, "doing better" could mean
anything. It could mean doing a lot better or only just a tiny bit better.
The problem is that your subconscious doesn't know whether
"doing better in school," means getting an A or a C+. As far as your
computer-mind is concerned, C+ is better if you have a C.111
So, if your affirmative statement is ambiguous, it will result in an
ambiguous outcome.

(3) Your Affirmations must be Specific

As you have already learned, you must state exactly what you
want. It cannot contain a vague comparison like “more” or “better”.
Instead, it must state exactly what you want.


For example,

"I choose to earn ($50,000) this year."

Not


“I want to earn more money this year than last year.”
The first statement is specific and the other is vague. When you
are vague your subconscious doesn't understand the command. If you
earn $40,000 per year and you just say, "I want to earn more money this
year than last year" your subconscious has no idea what ‘more’ means
so it could interpret it as only a ‘little’ more and you will end up with
$40,001!

Also, it is preferable not to words like “prosperity” or “abundance”
when programming your subconscious. Your subconscious does not
understand those words because they are not specific. Instead, write
down the exact amount of money you want to create. In the above
example we used a specific amount.

"I choose to earn ($50,000) this year."

Not

“I choose financial abundance and prosperity”

It is important to affirm only as much as you can image yourself
accepting. Don't overstate and don't understate. Have a clear picture of
the end result you wish to experience; something you can accept
without anxiety or stress. Everything works on our acceptance level.
If you want to lose weight, write down the exact weight you
desire.

“I choose to weigh 150 pounds by (date).”

If you want to be a better parent, don't affirm:

"I choose to be a good mother."

You can't get a good picture of that in your mind. Instead, say,
"I choose to spend ten minutes a day with each child to help them
improve their self-confidence."

Or

"I choose to spend ten minutes a day with each child to help them feel
loved and accepted."

Or

"I choose to discipline each child with fairness, firmness and
consistency."

Saying, "I am a good tennis player" won't do it either. Affirm the
specifics of the tennis game you wish to improve - your swing, your
follow through, your serve.

Break down the characteristics and skill levels you need to
perform a specific job or a task. Break down each technique or step. It is
like going to the travel agent and asking for a ticket. You have to know
exactly where your are going. Clear definition is essential. This simply
means being specific.


(4) Your Affirmation must use words that trigger Feeling and
Emotion.


Use words that trigger feeling and emotion. Your subconscious
responds to feeling and emotion. It is essential to use words that create
these responses within your subconscious. One of the most productive
feelings is excitement. Put as much excitement as you can into your
affirmations.

Certain words may evoke emotion to some, but not to others.
Each person must find words that trigger the right emotion for him or
her. Write out your affirmations so that they create a sense of fun,
excitement, happiness and joy. Any words or phrases that create a
powerful emotion in you will deeply impress your subconscious. A rule of
thumb is the more emotion, the faster the change.

There must be some excitement or compelling reason for you
statement. Why? Because a lifeless affirmative statement is like a boring
advertisement on TV, you won’t pay attention to it and it will have a
negligible impact.

If you are marketing a product or a service one of the first things
you must address in any ad is to get the prospects ATTENTION. If you
think about it, your affirmation is like an ad that you create up to get
YOUR attention. What you are trying to do is to "sell” yourself on the
idea that is it something you really desire. In other words, you want to
"buy into" and truly want what you are seeking to create. The wording in
your affirmative statement should help you to do this.

For this reason I suggest that you use appealing and attention-
getting phrases and words. Use carefully selective adjectives and
superlatives to add excitement and energy to your affirmative statement.
It will act like a magnet to draw you to the outcome you seek.
Use words that create movement in your imagery. The result is
you will keep moving toward your goal with self-confidence and poise.
What we are saying here is you want to make your affirmative
statement as exciting and pleasurable as possible. In fact, so exciting
and so pleasurable that you will want to keep saying it over and over
again!

Here an example of what I mean.

"I choose to find it easy and enjoyable to…

When you include the adjective “easy” it literally makes things
easier for you. If something seems difficult it sets up resistance in your
subconscious mind. But if it seems EASY then you will be more relaxed
about doing it and the results will come much faster.

Using the adjective "easy" can be applied to almost anything you
do in life. I use it frequently with my clients and myself and it has had a
profound effect on the outcome. It has made things come faster and
easier.

Another word I like to use is "fun" -- as in:

"I choose to find it fun to exercise every day."

Or,

"I choose to find it fun to think up new ideas for my business."
We all like to have fun. We want to do more of anything that we
perceive as fun.

You can also add any of the following adjectives to give your
affirmation more appeal:

Comfortable
Safe
Satisfying
Quickly
Smoothly
Delightful…etc.

If you use these words or other words that imply the same
FEELING, new ways to make your desired goal (what you want) will be
drawn irresistibly toward you. Remember, you are the director and
producer of your movie, so you can have it any way you want it.


(5) Your Affirmation should focus on the Best Possible Outcome.116
Try to come up with the best possible outcome you can imagine.
Suppose you wanted a new apartment. If you just affirm a “new”
apartment you might end up with a small, dingy, noisy apartment with
poor lighting and poorly ventilated rooms.

Your affirmation worked because your apartment is "new" to you,
but it may not be very comfortable to live in. A much more effective
affirmation might be:

"I choose to live in a sunny, spacious, quiet, well-looked after
apartment."

This affirmative statement will attract a much better outcome.


(6) Your Affirmation must make a Positive Statement


As we have previously discussed, the literalness of your
computer-mind makes negative words or phrases something to be
avoided if at all possible. We are always better off being as positive as
we can when making any statements or commands to our subconscious
mind.

Therefore, you should avoid using such negative words and
phrases as:

“No”,
“Not”,
“Never”,
“Don’t”,
“Get rid of”, etc.

Example of negative affirmative statement:

“I choose to get rid of my headache.”

Example of a positive affirmative statement:

“I choose to feel calm and relaxed."

It is common for people to make negative choices without
realizing it. Therefore when making your affirmative statement be sure to
check if it has any of the negative words listed above. It can mean the
difference between success and failure in the final outcome of what you
are choosing to create.


(7) Your Affirmation must be Personal


Your affirmation must be personal. We can only affirm for
ourselves. We can't affirm for somebody else. It is impossible to get
results by affirming qualities or changes in other people or to correct or
alter situations we cannot control.

I cannot affirm for my employees, but I can affirm a change in me
that will produce a change in them. If you, your team, group, family or
staff is involved in a joint or collective goal, you can start your
affirmations with "we" instead of "I."

In this case I would suggest affirming the goal of your group as
well as your individual part of the collective goal. Both would be
important to your success. But we have to keep in mind that we can't
make an affirmation for another person. We can change our behavior
and in doing so promote a positive response in our mates, clients,
family, and the people we are leading or the people around us.

I am sure you understand by now that all change must come
from the inside out. Life is an inside-out experience. This may seem self-
centered, but we can't give something we don't already have. I can't
change you, but I can change the way I respond to you. Through my
inspiration, you may be motivated to improve, but my change must be
personal inside of me, not in you.

Frequently people will make affirmative statements that will
choose to have others behave differently. This implies that we have the
right to influence how other should behave towards us.

For instance, they want another person (or people) to act
differently than they are toward them as in:

“I choose to have Chris love me.”
“I choose to have my clients think I am the best at what I do.
“I choose to have Tom understand me.” etc.
Or, they want to bring revenge or have another person
experience a negative result, such as:
“I choose to have Jim suffer the consequences for what he has done to
me (or someone else).”
The reverse is they want something good or healing for another
person, such as:
“I choose to have John heal quickly from his illness.”

On the surface the last affirmation may seem positive. While it is
not “wrong” to affirm a positive outcome for another, there can be
problems. If you approach this from a “higher” perspective you have to
consider that it may not be a good idea to interfere in the manner in
which a person’s life is unfolding. Their life may be unfolding according
to a “higher plan” that we may not be aware of or can not even imagine.
Whether or not you agree with this, it is something that you may
want to consider. The truth is that we do not have access to what is
“really” happing in an individual’s unfoldment, therefore we have no
business affirming EXACTLY how it should unfold, even if we think it is a
positive outcome.

Also, it negates the whole purpose of making our affirmative
statement, which is that it gives US the power to create what WE want in
our own lives.

If you feel you want to affirm a positive outcome for another, do it
in a way that you do not assume that you know what is best for them. All
you have to do is add this phrase at the end of your affirmative
statement. - "If this is in (the person's name) highest interest." Using this
option, the affirmation for John (described above as being ill) might be,
"I choose to have John heal quickly from his illness, if this is in his
highest interest."

This would insure that you are not trying to decide what is truly
best for someone else, but at the same time you are expressing your
desire that they get well.

The point here is to make your affirmative statements as helpful
as possible without imposing your own values.

Having said that, there are ways that we can affirm for others
that do not interfere with what is best for them. For example, the first
affirmation given above might be changed to read:

"I choose to feel that Chris really loves me.”

Here you are making a choice about YOUR own reaction to
Chris. This is something that YOU have control over and does not
involve wanting someone else to change in order for you to be happy.
Here is another example:

“I choose to have my supervisor appreciate me.”

The above is not an acceptable affirmative statement because it
involves your supervisor making the change in his or her behavior. In
other words, you have no right to choose a new behavior for your
supervisor.

You can, however, reframe this statement to say:

“I choose to feel that my supervisor appreciates me.”

This is something that YOU have control over. It also causes you
to look for positive ways that your supervisor may already appreciate
you that you have not noticed before. This will allow you to focus on that
aspect. Remember, whatever we focus on we create more of!

Here are some examples where a person chooses harm to
another or seeks some sort of revenge for an assumed act of
aggression or injustice.

“I choose to have John pay the price or be punished in some way for
what he has done to me.

Or,

I choose to have John brought to justice for what he did.
While you may want this, you have no right to affirm it! Also, it
only causes you to focus on the hurt or injustice. Instead, you can
reframe it so that it helps YOU to overcome or get pass what has
happened. The only way you can do this is through your perception of
the event. A much more powerful and useful affirmative choice would
be:

“I choose to accept that this (injustice or hurtful experience) can no
longer hurt me.”

Or,

“I choose to be free of the consequences of this (hurtful experience)"
When you make these choices you free yourself from the
compulsion to seek revenge. If you think about it, the real reason we
seek revenge is so that we can let go and recreate or restore balance in
our life.

If we can restore it by choosing to let go then the balance is
automatically restored. Also, that eliminates the need for revenge or to
focus on the outcome of THEIR life.

The bottom line is we cannot change past events, no matter how
painful, but we can always choose how we FEEL about them and heal
ourselves.

(Cool Your Affirmation must not Make Comparisons


We talked about making affirmations personal. It is important to
realize that you are not in competition with anyone. You and I are here
to create, not to compete. Competition is a way to trying to prove
yourself, to bolster your poor self-image. The only person you want to
compete with is yourself. And even here, competition is not necessary.

Our goal should always be to strive for excellence.

If you attempt to compare yourself to someone you feel is above
you, you will always feel "less than" someone else. If you compare
yourself to those below you, you will feel a sense of false superiority and
you'll live in fear of those people eventually catching up to you.
Never affirm you are as good or better than anyone else is. If I
say, “I am the best salesperson in my company,” perhaps the sales staff
in my company might not be that great. It doesn't take much to be better
than someone who is mediocre. You will always find somebody who is
better than you are at something, and you will always find somebody
who is not as good as you are at something. Either comparison is self-
defeating.

I am not concerned about what you do. I am concerned only
about what I do. This doesn't mean I don't observe your performance. I
can learn from your success. This is not comparison. All I am saying is
that I like that particular quality or characteristic in you and I think it
would benefit me.

In my work I observe other speakers and teachers. If I like the
way they present their subject, their timing or whatever, I program my
subconscious to do the same. I program their successful teaching
techniques into my consciousness. Another speaker or teacher listening
to my presentation should be doing the same thing. Again, there is no
need to compare. All we want to do is to create and strive for
excellence.


(9) Your Affirmations must be Believable

It is self-defeating to affirm something you cannot accept for
yourself at a subconscious level. If you affirm something you cannot
accept, you will place unrealistic demands on your performance reality.
You have to be able to see it in the first person, present tense. If you
can't see yourself doing that, living like that, looking like that or having
that, then you won't. You must be able to see it experientially, first
person, present tense. The idea is to create the experience in your mind
without anxiety or stress, since stress and anxiety are counterproductive
to high performance.

The key here is balance. Don't affirm goals that are too easy, or
else you will not be sufficiently motivated to work toward it. On the other
hand, don’t affirm goals that you can't imagine or accept because you
will be intimidated by the goal and won't get started.

We said earlier that it is wise to break our goals down into
realistic little pieces, pieces that, when accomplished, will make up the
total goal. The believability factor is what makes this work. Your
affirmation should be believable. By that I mean big enough to be
exciting, but small enough to be realistic.

One way to check the believability of your affirmation is to follow
up with this “Believability Test”.

After you state your affirmation ask yourself on a scale of 0-10 (10 being
the most believable) “How do I rate my feeling about this statement?”
If your answer is 8 or below, then you need to take a look at your
Nega-Tag and work on erasing and replacing it. This is important in
order for the affirmation to “work” or “take hold” in your subconscious.
Reframe the affirmation so that it passes the believability test.


(10) Your Affirmations must Create Balance


The power of using affirmations is not to be taken lightly. When
used correctly you will be driven, almost obsessively, toward your goal.
It is important to select goals that are positive and beneficial. Balance is
the key. If you just affirm for your business or career, your relationship
with your family or spouse may suffer.

Plan your affirmations so that you grow in ALL areas of your life
at the same time. You are capable of making many affirmations at the
same time as long as they are not in conflict. To create balance, be sure
to check to see if you are leaving out, underemphasizing or
overemphasizing one portion of your life. Strive to be balanced as a
total person, not just one who excels in one area of your life. One of the
most important words in the English language is balance. If you have
balance, you have everything. You don't want to achieve one thing and
lose everything else. You can have it all, so program each area of your
life to create balance.


(11) Your Affirmations must conform to the “Secrecy Principle”.

The Secrecy Principle means keeping you goals to yourself. If
you tell other people, most likely they will either discourage you or try to
stop you. People tend to get upset when you start to grow and change
because your “aliveness” makes their “deadness” seem more real! If you
reveal your goals and affirmations to others, it gives them an opportunity
to work against you. They will tell you that it is nonsense and it won't
work.

Since we have a tendency to think others are smarter or wiser
than we are, due to our poor self-image, we end up believing them.
Think of how many times you have been talked out of doing something
you wanted to do because you listened to someone else. Think also of
how many times you were sorry for not listening to yourself. Only reveal
your affirmations and goals to people who need to know or can help you
realize your goal more quickly. We are talking here primarily about
personal goals, but you can share your goals if they are team goals.
Cooperative goal setting is essential in a group because you are sharing
a common goal.

Many of us were told to set a goal and tell everyone what we
were going to do. This way we would be embarrassed if we backed out.
I don't believe this is helpful. If you do that, your goal becomes a "have
to". If I “have to” do something, I will resist change even if it is for my
benefit. "Have to's" cause pressure, stress, tension and anxiety. If you
keep your goals and affirmations to yourself, people are less likely to try
to stop or advise you.

Of course, they will tell you that they are giving you their “advice”
for “your own good." Don't you believe it! Their advice is based on their
present level of Awareness – not yours! The time to tell them about your
goals is after you have achieved the goal. Instead of saying, “This is
what I am going to do” say, "This is what I have done." Doing this will126
free you to use your affirmations to focus on the accomplishment of your
goal.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 05, 2009 9:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Most Self-Help Gurus say that using "I am" is the strongest affirmation of all.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 05, 2009 3:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That's correct. I get the most maximum impact with affirmations starting with 'I AM'
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 05, 2009 5:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey d_redant

I'm very impressed by all of your posts/bulletins...you seem VERY knowledgeable!

Could you list some detailed examples on how this has worked for you? Thanks!
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 07, 2009 6:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi,

Thanks for your kind words.

Over the years (though i'm young) i've amassed alot of experience and dealings with practically everything mystical/psychic/mind research though in this field it's a never-ending story.

Anyway here are some POTENT examples

I AM - By itself can be used as a powerful spiritual building affirmation.

I AM WEALTHY

I AM SO HAPPY AND GRATEFUL NOW THAT MONEY COMES TO ME THROUGH MULTIPLE SOURCES ON A CONTINOUS BASIS - VERY SUCCESSFUL ONE FOR ME!!!

I AM ATTRACTING HUGE AMOUNTS OF MONEY DAILY

I AM ATTRACTING NEW CLIENTS DAILY

I AM GRATEFUL FOR PAYING MY BILLS............... <- This one invokes universal principles of gratitude

I AM SELLING MORE PRODUCTS NOW <-- Very good to add NOW in your affirmations.

I AM RECEIVING MORE SALES NOW

I AM COMPLETELY PROTECTED FROM PSYCHIC AND PHYSICAL ATTACKS

I AM SURROUNDED BY THE LIGHT OF THE SOURCE EVERY DAY

ETC,ETC.

Basically the longer you do them the better the effect in the long run.

Saying the affirmations has its true blend of personality to it and helps the conscious mind to stay focussed which also imprints the message to the subsconscious mind (which is more powerful than the conscious mind in my opinion)..Though with alot of meditation you can unify the both and reach really high levels..but that's another story.. Back to affirmations..

As a Metaphysical Techno Geek myself I use software to flash the affirmations subliminally on the computer screen. Since I am on the computer alot this is very good penetration but patience will yield success as with any metaphysical/mind/psychic practice.

The software I use is: http://www.brainbullet.com/?afl=16015

I highly recommend everyone get it.

It comes with alot of affirmations already there but what is good is you can custom program your own affirmations. I even have mantras(hindu,etc) flashing subliminally. The key to success is getting the messages embedded into the subconscious mind and this software does the work.

Over time the affirmations get repeated so much that they become active in operation in the subconscious mind which seems to produce the magick in physical reality.

Hope i've been of good assistance to you.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 10, 2009 3:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Could the power of the phrase "I am" have a relation to the traditional name of the Hebrew god Yhwh? (which literally means "I AM")?

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 10, 2009 6:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yep that is one source of power for it but don't get muddied up in the religious aspect of it...

I am basically means YOU ARE THE SOURCE

You just are!

So when you say I AM you are re-enforcing your creator powers inside you...

Call it Yahweh, God, Allah, Brahma, whatever you want...
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 10, 2009 10:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I would like to ask about this affirmations. When i ask for something, sometimes i feel strong energy out of my head, but sometimes there is nothing. What would you say about that?
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 12, 2009 2:36 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm going to a concert tonight. I'll use this affirmation to have a safe and enjoyable experience. Thanks.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 12, 2009 3:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

so if you were trying to use psychic seduction on someone specific you would say I AM "so and so's" lover?
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 12, 2009 3:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

yep more or less..be innovative and follow your mind

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 12, 2009 3:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm not sure but it could be your body telling you how effective a particular affirmation is for you personally

the strong energy out of your head might be an indication of agreement from your body

feeling nothing may mean disagreement with a particular statement.

But usually strong energy coming out of your head is usually associated with psychic , energy & spiritual expressions..


mihael_11 wrote:
I would like to ask about this affirmations. When i ask for something, sometimes i feel strong energy out of my head, but sometimes there is nothing. What would you say about that?
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 13, 2009 2:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

If you are doing affirmations, how many times and for how many days should you repeat the affirmation before you consider 'job done'?
and how many days if you repeat the affirmation when at theta level - cos I was told if you do a 'mental video' (silva method) at theta level you only need to do it once, is this the same for affirmations?
or should I use intuition for this also?
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 13, 2009 4:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

007 wrote:
If you are doing affirmations, how many times and for how many days should you repeat the affirmation before you consider 'job done'?
and how many days if you repeat the affirmation when at theta level - cos I was told if you do a 'mental video' (silva method) at theta level you only need to do it once, is this the same for affirmations?
or should I use intuition for this also?


All Affirmations depend purely upon your belief system, the more you believe what you are saying the more easier it is to Manifest.
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