How To Write Affirmations

Dr. Tom James

Learn How to Write the 3 Most Effective Types Of Affirmations

Things that vibrate at the same frequency attract each other.

Positive thought vibrations attract, so do negative thoughts. Using words of lack attracts lack, so use positive statements and questions.

To make a real change, it has to be on a subconscious level. You have to replace the recurring deep subconscious thoughts that you have, with thoughts that will serve you well. You have to convince yourself that you have all you need, so think about how grateful you are for that. Think the same thoughts that a person who has what you want would be thinking. Mentally take ownership of what you want by being as specific as possible.

Write a short story about what your life looks like now you have achieved your goals. Include scenes or images of you getting what you want, like a letter of appreciation, a paycheck for more money, an award or recognition, an embrace with your prefect partner or anything you dream about.

  1. Begin with yourself, use the word ‘I’, ‘It’, or even ‘My’, once you get used to this process.
  2. Use a present tense verb next, like ‘am’, ‘feel’ or ‘feeling.
  3. Follow the present tense verb with an emotion word, such as ‘grateful’, ‘happy’ or ‘inspired’
  4. Then fill in your description of the results you desire.
  5. When using ‘I’, follow it with words like: am, have, do, feel, hear, see, look, move, now, like, etc.
Thinking Positive

Thinking Positive

Here are some examples of positive affirmations:

I am happy that I am in love with my perfect partner.

I feel ecstatic now that I have my perfect job.

It is so wonderful to fit into my clothes again.

I am so happy now that I am able to feel grateful for my life.

My life has become beautiful now that I am able to travel.

I am thankful that I am able to recognize opportunities that surround me every day.

It gives me such joy to see the results of accomplishing my goals every day.

I love to walk briskly with my dog for 30 minutes every morning while I am thinking about the things in my life that I am grateful for.

I am happy and healthy now that I eat fresh foods every day.

It is effortless and enjoyable to revisit my affirmations daily.

I am worthy of the abundance I enjoy every day.

Do you see how to use the personal, the positive and the emotion in every positive affirmation?

All it takes is a little practice to turn your dreams into affirmations, and your affirmations into reality.

Read your affirmations out loud at least once every day, twice is even better!

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