Getting Positive Affirmations To Work For You
I know some people hate positive affirmations, but there is some scientific proof that positive affirmations work. The most important thing, however, is finding out if they will work for you? And, if they're not right now, how can you get positive affirmations to work for you?
The Secret Trick in Using Positive Affirmations Successfully
Maybe you want to use positive affirmations to build self-esteem or cure anxiety and you're wondering, "What's the secret to getting them to work for me?" Farnoosh Brock, the founder of Prolific Living, lays it out: "The moment I started to believe that they work, they did."
Ms. Brock notes that if you begin using positive affirmations "expecting" them to work, looking for proof that they work, you'll be very disappointed and sick of hearing yourself. However, says Brock, "if you have complete faith in the power of positive affirmations and in the magic of believing first what you want to manifest, you will surpass your own highest expectations of yourself." And that is the secret, believing first without requiring proof; having faith.
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