Guide to Affirmations: Creating Power Through Affirmations

By working with this affirmations tool, you commence the process of changing negative and unproductive beliefs, into positive life supporting beliefs, that with regular practice will create a desired future.

To obtain maximum results from doing affirmations, it is best to observe certain guidelines, this "Guide to Affirmations " is a tool that outlines a course that will ensure you achieve maximum results for creating power through affirmations

Creating Your Affirmation

Establish in your mind the specific area in which you most want to improve or which goal you most desire attaining.

There are many broad areas in which affirmations may be used. Some areas are Self-esteem, love and relationships, creative self expression, work/vocation, prosperity, health and spiritual development.

Correct Elements

Present Tense Affirmations are more effective when they are stated in the present tense. For example; "I now have a wonderful job." Avoid affirming something in the future tense, e.g. "I am going to have a wonderful job" or the results will always be waiting to happen.

Create affirmations in the most positive terms that you can; avoiding negative statements. Affirm what you do want, rather than what you do not want. For example; "I don't want to smoke." This is a negative statement. Rather affirm; "I now enjoy being a nonsmoker." This statement is much more powerful as it is positive and reinforces your desired goal.

Short and specific affirmations are easy to say, and have a far greater impact for creating power at a subconscious level than those which are long and wordy. Keeping them specific and to the point adds power as the idea is uncluttered by extraneous elements.

By Jeff Staniforth