Preferred Perception

to create reality is life's purpose – lessons from Nowheim

Keep them Vague

 

I have no doubt that affirmations can work.

When I repeat the words often enough, they may turn into familiar thoughts, hopefully beliefs, then feelings and eventually manifestations.

If they don’t work, they are probably not convincing enough.

I have tried affirmations recommended in books and guides, but none of them convinced me. Most of them were long, hard to remember and not words I would normally choose.

I have tried, with my own words, affirmations to specific desires. They didn’t work either. And I think I understand why. They were too specific. Yes, too specific.

My mouth spoke the words, and the little voice inside my head said the opposite. My mouth said “I won the lottery”, and the voice said “nah, you didn’t”. My mouth said “I am as slim as I was twenty years ago”, and the voice said “look in the mirror”.

So, I kept looking for my perfect affirmation, and I think I found it. I found the words that are easy for me to remember. I can sing them, whisper them, shout them, and I can believe them. They are general enough to not provoke my little voice’s protest. They make me feel so very good. I catch my face smiling, my hips swinging and my voice singing. Who cares whether my bank account has caught up to my feeling yet? I know that I am on an exciting journey,  and I am choosing the direction.

♪♫•*¨•.•*¨*•♫♪  “I am happy and healthy and wealthy and well” •*¨*•♫♪ ♪♫•*¨•.

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