3 Golden Rules To Affirmations Imprinting

You are probably familiar with affirmations.  They are your
‘desires’ made into Statements that you read or say to yourself.

<strong>DON’T UNDERESTIMATE THIS
SIMPLE MIND TECHNIQUE</strong>

The goal with Affirmations Imprinting is to repeat a statement over
and over again, day after day, until it makes an “imprint” on your
subconscious.

Once this occurs, your subconscious mind will sense a difference
between what it sees as being “real” and your outer physical world.

It will seem almost magical the way doors and opportunities open up
for you ‘everywhere’ in order to make affirmations a reality.

But wait!

In order for the affirmations imprinting to occur most effectively,
the affirmations need to be written a specific way…

<strong>THREE GUIDELINES TO POWERFUL
AFFIRMATIONS</strong>

<strong>1.  THEY MUST BE PERSONAL</strong>

You are going to use the words “I” and “My” in each case.  For
example, so proper affirmations would be “I am confident when
speaking in front of a large audience”,  and “I am confident in all
situations” not “You are confident….”

<strong>2.  THEY MUST BE POSITIVE</strong>

You would state your affirmations like this: “I eat healthy meals
each day.”  A negative, and thus ineffective affirmations, would be
I don’t eat junk food.”

You see – although the subconscious is a powerful tool, it is still
rather simple.

It sees what you are saying as “images” rather than words… so it
can’t comprehend words like “don’t” and “can’t.”

When you say, “I don’t eat junk food,” your subconscious mind
brings up an IMAGE of you and junk food, and you actually begin to
reinforce the behavior that you are trying to change!

<strong>3.  THEY MUST BE IN PRESENT TENSE</strong>

Logically you would think to make your affirmations in the future
tense, as in “I will be successful in my business.”  But this isn’t
the case.

When you put your statement out into the future, no “tension” is
created within the subconscious mind, and therefore NO imprinting
or changes will occur.

Just by changing same affirmations to present tense, “I AM
successful in my business,” you create the tension needed and your
subconscious goes to work.

These three guidelines are CRUCIAL to Affirmations  Imprinting.

Ok, now you know how to write persuasive affirmations.

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