Why Affirmations Fail

We discussed the most powerful affirmation/s that most of us practice each day in the previous article. Almost every person who reads infrequently or otherwise has read the book ”The Secret” or seen the movie or both. Bookworms and diehard fans of self-help books would have also devoured books by Napoleon Hill, Anthony Robbins and other similar gurus. Unfortunately, a great number of us have the propensity to read self-development books as if one were reading fiction. Not many put what they have read and digested into practice. Of the few who have actually put it into practice, a significant number give up after getting inspired for a couple of days. And then there are those handful who

The Most Powerful Affirmation Ever

Did you know what the most powerful affirmation in the universe is? Were you even aware that most of you reading this article practice almost every single day, perhaps unintentionally and perhaps without the faintest idea of what it can lead to? In fact, the practice is so common that even those who have absolutely no clue what an affirmation is, also practice it with unfailing regularity and possibly guaranteed outcomes. The New Age Wikipedia states that “Affirmations in New Thought and New Age terminology refer primarily to the practice of positive thinking and self-empowerment—fostering a belief that a positive mental attitude supported by affirmations will achieve success in anything."

The Gateway to Your Subconscious Mind

Considering that most of the readers would be familiar with the four (now five) levels of mind (aka states of mind) this article is relative concise – yet necessary, since the subsequent article on this very blog requires a more-than-sketchy understanding of this subject. A brainwave (not the bright ideas that management gurus talk about) is simply put – an electrical impulse in the brain. They are produced by synchronized electrical pulses from bunches of neurons (the latest estimate is there are about 100 billion of them in the brain) communicating with each other. Whether there is a thought, emotion or behavior, the primary action is communication between the neurons within our brains. B
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