– Making Full Use of Affirmations
The chief problem with affirmation effectiveness comes from both an illusory notion that our minds are all-powerful and a disconnection from other parts of our selves.
We forget that we have emotions and an emotional center.
We forget we have a physical body.
Okay, we don’t really forget these parts of ourselves we assume that these two other centers in us are part of that affirmation without acknowledging their true importance. As a result of this assumption we draw our emotions and our physical presence from an automatic or mechanic place so that the power of these centers may be greatly reduced.
In a workshops I have given on Mastery, we work with affirmations from a Full-Bodied Manifestation perspective can lead to greater results. I invite you experiment with contacting the center of emotions, your heart and the center of the physical body or moving center – the second chakra and incorporating the energies from these centers in your affirmations.
Get a special notebook that you will use for your affirmations and a pen that you will only use to write your affirmations. Write a vision statement/description of your involvement / relationship with that which you want to manifest – such as your beloved. Look at your vision statement before you write you affirmations.
Write in the morning when you wake and/or at night before going to sleep. Here is an affirmation for bringing in a lover or life-partner:
I, your First and Last name, am in a loving relationship with (the man, woman or being) of my visions and/or profile.
I, First and Last Name, deserve to be in this relationship.
I, First and Last Name, am creating opportunities for us to meet.
You, First and Last name, are in a loving relationship with (the man or woman) of your visions and/or profile.
You, First and Last Name, deserve to be in this relationship.
You, First and Last Name, are creating opportunities for the two of you to meet.
She or He, First and Last name, are in a loving relationship with (the man or woman) of his/her visions and/or profile.
She or He, First and Last Name, deserve to be in this relationship.
She or He, First and Last Name, are creating opportunities for the two of them to meet.