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Affirmations Work But They Have To Be Utilized Correctly

Published on 6/30/2015
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Affirmations Work But They

 Have To Be Utilized


Self-affirmations are positive statements or self-scripts that might  condition the subconscious so that you’re able to develop a more  positive perception of yourself and how you view wealth.

Affirmations  might help you to change adverse behaviors or achieve financial  empowerment, and they can likewise help undo the harm caused by  negative scripts, those things which we repeatedly tell ourselves (or  which others repeatedly tell us) that add to a negative self-perception  and view of money.

Consider your positive attributes. Take stock of yourself by making a list of your best qualities, abilities, or additional properties. Are you thrifty? Write it down. Are you a good budget maker? Make mention of it.

Write each quality down in a brief sentence, starting with “I” and using the present tense: “I’m thrifty,” for example, or “I’m a good budget maker”. These statements are affirmations of who you are. We seldom revolve around those things that we sincerely like about ourselves, rather choosing to dwell on things we’d like to alter.

A list will help you break up that cycle, and using these affirmations to help you appreciate who you are will give you the confidence you need to accept your affirmations of financial empowerment.



Consider what negative scripts you’d like to neutralize or what positive financial goals you’d like to achieve. Affirmations can be highly useful to counteract negative perceptions you have acquired about your abilities to manage, or attract money. Affirmations may also help you accomplish specific financial goals, like purchasing a home or a new car.

Make a list of your goals or the adverse self- perception you’d like to alter.

 Prioritize your list of matters to work on. You may find that you’ve a lot of goals or that you require many different affirmations. It’s best, though, to revolve around just a couple of affirmations at once, so pick those that are most crucial or most urgent and work with those first of all.

When you see improvement in those areas or achieve those goals you can phrase new affirmations for other points on your list.



 Author your affirmations. Use positive affirmations alone as counter-scripts, or add other affirmations to mold your behavior with and about money in the future. The affirmations you’ll use to mold future changes should follow the same form. They should begin with “I,” and be curt, clear, and positive. There are 2 forms of future-oriented affirmations you can utilize to work toward goals.


“I can” statements: author a statement affirming the fact that you can accomplish your goal(s). For example, if you’d like to bring in $10,000.00 a month, a statement like “I can bring in $10,000.00 a month,” is a good start. Several experts recommend that you avoid any form of negative connotation.



I will” statements: author a statement affirming that today you’ll really utilize your ability to accomplish your goal. So, following the above example, you may say, “I will bring in $10,000.00 this month. Again, the affirmation should use positive language and should plainly express what you’ll do today to accomplish the longer-term goal of financial empowerment and wealth.

Match-up a few of your positive attributes with your goals. Which of the positive characters will help you accomplish the goals you’ve set? If you’re addressing ways to stick to a budget, for instance, you may need willpower or courage. Select affirmations to support what you’ll need.



Make your repetitions visible so you’ll be able to utilize them. Repetition is the key to making affirmations effective. You want to consider your affirmations several times a day, daily.

Proceed using your affirmations. The more you affirm something, the more steadfastly your mind will accept it. If you’re trying to accomplish a short-term goal, use your affirmations till you’ve accomplished it. If you merely want to use affirmations as a counter-script, practice each one as long as you like.

Consider the message you send to the universe.

Don’t utilize negative words – Instead of I won’t or don’t want to be penniless, utilize I WANT to be wealthy. The universe doesn’t understand negative thoughts, only ‘thoughts’ are sent to the universe and send the correct message.

Repetition builds habits and your subconscious mind will align.

Leroy Ross

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