seem easy, but there's more to it than meets the eye.
putting the wrong things in your head with this free guide...
When you're writing affirmations, you have
to be careful
to aim them in the direction that you want, rather than the direction
you don't want...
Because that little trick
You want to use positive
thinking phrases that encourage you to be powerful...
to take the time and learn how to write affirmations the correct way so
you get what you want out of life!
Of course, before
we starting writing affirmations,
we have to figure out what we want to put into our brain, right?
that's where we'll start:
First, identify the thoughts you want to change...
What is your ”self
talk” – what are you saying to yourself?
these thoughts helping you succeed...
Or are they
keeping you from succeeding by creating resistance?
a more detailed discussion on self
and how to handle it, click
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then hit the back button and I'll wait for you here.
Okay, so now you know how to “stop the
brain train” and re-direct it to what you want in a more
While you read this page, I'd like you to have one
thought in mind that you'd like to change....
A thought that you can
apply to yourself while I tell you how to write affirmations.
Do you have your negative thought you'd like to change? Then...
There are four things to keep in mind when writing
- Keep phrases present
- Use action words
- Tag each phrase with
First thing to do when
affirmations is to look for the positive side of the phrase.
What do I mean by that?
“I'm not going to fail the
“I'm going to pass the
Your brain hears the “going to
(fail/pass) the test...”
It doesn't hear
So, you always want
to look for the positive twist of any phrase.
take your personal thought that you want to change and find the
absolutely positive side of that thought using what you've learned from
the samples above...
If you want to lose weight, an example would be:
“I am easily becoming thinner everyday.”
than, “I am losing weight.”
Because the second phrase is still focused
which signals your voice
inside to remember that you still have more weight than you want.
your focus to becoming thinner.
Good, let's move on...
PHRASES IN THE PRESENT
Another thing to
writing affirmations is to keep your positive
thinking phrases in the present.
the above samples, I used, "I'm going to" do something
“in the future.”
It's better to see it “in the
present” because your mind can attach a solid emotion to a
present feeling of success....
Rather than a
feeling of success.
“I'm going to
“I easily pass
What does your mind hear?
easy it is to pass the test."
yourself into the “moment” of success and giving
your subconscious mind something to “fulfill.”
Again, take your own thought and make it happen in
the present. In my
previous “becoming thinner” example, did you notice
I already put it into the present? I just did that out of habit.
it's your turn...
Take your thought that you've turned
now place it into the present.
important part of writing affirmations
“easily” and “effortlessly”
to program your mind to think that it'll be easy and
It's important to use these kinds of words to give
action to the
Here's a list:
should give you a good start. There are, of course,
“oodles” of words that you'll come up with as you
get the swing of things.
Lastly, to make your
new programming work
– and not just be a bunch of words that your mind will
eventually tune out – you should add an emotional
“tag” to each thought...
This “emotionally imprints” the
thought into your
head because it talks your brain's language.
subconscious “feels” thoughts...
So, if you really want this to work, do a
visualization with each phrase you input.
says it's the basic
technique that underlies positive thinking and is used as a technique
to visualize behaviors and events...
Put more simply, you're running a movie in your
head of how you want
something to “play out” in your life.
Yes, if done correctly.
Staying with our “test”
pass the test
” is a good phrase, but it doesn't
really offer much on an emotional level, does it?
feels great to easily pass the test
is a better
phrase, but still needs one more thing...
to feel how good it feels to have passed the test and
picturing what your life would be like after passing the test.
on that “emotional moment” for a minute or two
gives the mind a new picture of your “outside
world” and makes it so real, that it's “the way
your life runs.”
So your “auto” pilot inside starts
you to fulfill that life...
And by the way, your mind doesn't know the
difference whether that
thought is real or not.
you're telling it...
That you've passed the test and
feel great about it!
you mental picture of yourself and, "VIOLA," your mind fulfills that
After all, your subconscious's job is to
sane,” right? It has to fulfill the picture you hold of
yourself. So, it does. It works to help you pass that test.
becomes second nature
Just remember to:
twist them to the positive
- State them in the present
action words, and most importantly
- Take a moment to
visualize the way you'd feel once the affirmation
NEGATIVE THINKING AND
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