Wednesday, October 19, 2011

6 Proven Ways to Use Your Affirmations

Today, I'm going to share with you 6 Proven Ways to use your 101
Powerful Affirmations to bring about amazing, positive changes in
your life.

Spending 5-10 minutes reading this email and putting what you've
learned into practice will dramatically speed up the process of
attracting all the wonderful things you've desired into your life.

1) Say Them Out Loud

Affirmations work best when spoken with power and conviction.

It's normal if you feel uncomfortable saying certain affirmations in
the beginning... because you may not fully believe them yet.

Saying them out loud over and over again helps to re-program your
sub-conscious mind to accept these new beliefs gradually.

You'll realize that it gets easier and easier the more you do it and
over time and you'll start to say the affirmations with more and
more conviction.

2) Say Them In Front Of The Mirror

In fact, I recommend that you print out and paste the affirmations
near your mirrors so you can look at your reflection when you're
saying them.

This is an extremely powerful way to anchor the new empowering
beliefs to yourself.

I personally recite my affirmations every morning in front of the
mirror in my room. I usually keep my room door closed to ensure
privacy. You can also choose to do it using the bathroom mirror or
wherever you feel most comfortable.

3) Say Them In Your Head

An alternative to saying the affirmations out loud is to say them
in your head.

Perhaps, you live in a big family or in a place where it may not be
convenient to practice reciting the affirmations out loud to
yourself. If so, this is one good way to use your affirmations.

4) Record Them And Listen To The Recording When Necessary

Another way to do it is to record yourself saying the affirmations
and play back the recording when you feel it's necessary to do so...
for example, when you find yourself having negative thoughts.

I listen to my affirmations whenever I'm travelling from one place
to another and just before I fall asleep. Research have shown that
the sub-conscious mind is most open to suggestions just after you
wake up and just before you fall asleep.

5) Write Them Down

You may also want to copy the affirmations down in your own

I don't know why it works but it does! A lot of people swear by it.

It's the same as writing sales copy... Top copywriters know that if
you practice copying high response advertisements in your own
handwriting, it actually improves your ability to write great copy.

Instead of questioning why it works, why not just give it a shot?
6) Use a Subliminal Affirmations Software
Do you spend long hours in front of your computer every day?
Studies indicate that the average person spends at least 30% of
their time in front of a computer. Imagine if you could feed your
sub-conscious mind the positive affirmations while performing
your daily activities on your computer.
Well actually you can...
Basically, it feeds your sub-conscious mind with up to 3600
affirmations an hour. These messages are flashed rapidly in your
screen at virtually undetectable speeds, SAFELY AND DISCRETELY
while you are working on your computer or just surfing the web.

The Secret to Making Affirmations work

Now, you know the 6 proven ways to use your 101 powerful
affirmations... but do you know the secret to making them work?

Ok... come a little closer...


The key to unlocking the potential of your affirmations is...


Don't expect to do it once and expect miracles... it just doesn't
work that way.

If you want to effect positive changes in your life, you need to use
your affirmations everyday or as often as you can.

Does it take a little work?

Yes... to develop the good habit of positive self-talk... but trust
me, the results are definitely worth it!


I've shared with you 6 proven ways to use your affirmations as well
as the secret to making them work for you. Now, the ball is in your

What are you going to do... to massively change your life?

To your Success,
Yee Shun-Jian
Personal Development For The Book Smart

Shared with you by: Lawyer Asad

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