People often ask me about affirmations, how to use them, and whether they really work.
I am sure you have heard about affirmations. In case you didn’t, affirmations are positive statements, which describe in positive words a desired situation, event, habit, or something that we want to possess or achieve.
Do affirmations work? Yes, they do, but you have to repeat them often. Gradually, as you repeat them, they sink into the subconscious mind and influence it to act in accordance with the repeated words.
As you repeat the words with belief and focus, your motivation and desire grow stronger, and push you to start taking action to make the words you are repeating come true. You begin to think positively and to expect success. You will begin to recognize opportunities when they appear, gain new friends that might help you, or find the right book with the advice and guidance you need.
You will also find solutions to problems, and answers and insights related to the goal you want to achieve. You might even meet people who will help you.
Repeat Affirmations often, if You Wish to Get Results
Getting Results with Affirmations
Affirmations affect your subconscious mind and reprogram it in accordance with the idea and words of the affirmation.
By repeating the affirmations, you program your subconscious mind to help you manifest your goals, change your habits or develop new skills.
It is not enough to repeat affirmations just a few times. This is one of the reasons for the failure to get results, which eventually leads to losing faith in the affirmations and stop using them.
If you wish to use affirmations and get results, it would be a good idea to start with small goals at first, in order to get some experience. This will also show you first hand how they work, so you can use them better.
It often happens that after a few days of repeating affirmations, the mind starts raising doubts about the efficiency and usefulness of the affirmations, and you start asking yourself whether affirmations do work. If your goal is a minor goal, it takes a shorter time to achieve it, and therefore, the mind has less time to raise doubts and neutralize your efforts.
Small success at first, will strengthen your faith in the method, and the resistance of your mind will get weaker.
How Do Affirmations Work?
Again to the question, “Do affirmations work?” Yes, they do, if you use them correctly.
What affirmations do?
- Repeating affirmations motivates you to act, in order to attain your desire or goal.
- By repeating affirmations you become aware of opportunities that might surface, which could make your aims and goals come true.
- Affirmations strengthen your ambition and desire.
- Affirmations get engraved on your subconscious mind and affect behavior and habits.
- They program the subconscious mind to bring up helpful ideas and solutions.
- Affirmations activate the power of the subconscious mind, which will supply the desire, ideas, opportunities, and even the right circumstances.
For affirmations to produce results, they should be repeated often, with attention, interest, desire, feeling and inner conviction. Don’t stand in their way, by raising doubts and thinking negatively.
It is also important that you don’t just affirm, stay passive and wait. You need to follow your intuition, seize opportunities and act.
Positive affirmations with positive actions produce results.
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