Affirmations

Most of us have some negative beliefs and attitudes which, if left unchecked, have the potential to become a destructive part of our personal makeup.
Such beliefs and attitudes can negatively influence our emotional health, our happiness and our personal achievements.

Application of the ‘How to Feel Good Now’  principles and techniques can positively influence such negative patterns.

The use of positive affirmations can be one effective way of re-conditioning our thinking and beliefs, so that we can feel better about ourselves.

Affirmations are clear, definite statements that we say to ourselves to improve or change how we think and feel, and consequently to positively influence the outcomes we achieve in our lives.
For example:
‘My mind is full of positive thoughts.’    ‘My body is full of healing energy.’
‘I choose to accept and respect myself.’
To be effective, affirmations need to be said with a strong intent behind them.

The potential value of affirmations is obvious, taking into account that what we repeat and think about often, flows on into how we feel and behave, hence the phrase, ‘we become what we think about’.

However, as good as all this sounds, many people seem to have varying results, even when using these positive affirmations with the best of intent.
For affirmations to be powerful, we need to address the emotional component of the issue related to the affirmation, as well as addressing related negative thinking.
Such an approach then enables the positive affirmation to be imprinted into a person’s mind, without having to battle against an opposing emotional reality that the person may also be experiencing.

The process of using affirmations effectively is explored in the section, ‘Techniques For Positive Change’ in the ‘How to Feel Good Now’ e-book and the ‘Feel Good Now’ audio program.

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Positive Affirmations Now is a sequence of affirmations accompanied by music, that is available from our Products page. For more details on this download, please click here.

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