Sunday, January 1, 2012

Repeat year 2012 Positive Affirmations

How to Repeat Affirmations
It is advisable to repeat affirmations that are not too long, as they are easier to remember. Repeat them every time your mind is not engaged in something important, such as while traveling in a bus or a train, waiting in line, walking, etc., but do not affirm while driving or crossing a street. You may also repeat them in special sessions of 5-10 minutes each, several times a day.
Relax any physical, emotional or mental tension while affirming. The stronger the concentration, the more faith you have in what you are doing, the more feelings you put into the act, the stronger and faster will be the results.
Choose only positive words, describing what you really want. If you desire to lose weight, do not tell yourself "I am not fat" or "I am losing weight." These are negative statements, bringing into the mind mental images of what you do not want. Say instead, "I am getting slim" or "I have reached my right weight". Such words evoke positive images in the mind.
Always affirm in the present tense, not the future tense. Saying, "I will be rich", means that you intend to be rich one day, in the indefinite future, but not now. It is more effective to say, and also feel, "I am rich now", and the subconscious mind will work at overtime to make this happen now, in the present.
The power of affirmations can help you to transform your life. By stating what you want to be true in your life, you mentally and emotionally see and feel it as true, irrespective of your current circumstances, and thereby attract it into your life.

Positive Affirmations

- I am healthy and happy.

- Wealth is pouring into my life.

- I am sailing on the river of wealth.

- I am getting wealthier each day.

- My body is healthy and functioning in a very good way.

- I have a lot of energy.

- I study and comprehend fast.

- My mind is calm.

- I am calm and relaxed in every situation.

- My thoughts are under my control.

- I radiate love and happiness.

- I am surrounded by love.

- I have the perfect job for me.

- I am living in the house of my dreams.

- I have good and loving relations with my wife/husband.

- I have a wonderful and satisfying job.

- I have the means to travel abroad, whenever I want to.

- I am successful in whatever I do.

- Everything is getting better every day.

 You are in all too common, if unfortunate, company if you do not understand how you should make money and build up wealth. In fact, a significant majority of people do not know the best ways to go about this.
The reason that there is such confusion and ultimately even despair on the subject is because so few people truly comprehend what real wealth is and the proper way that you build up both money and wealth.
The good news is that help is already on the way in the form of this article, if you but keep on reading. In the paragraphs that follow, you will learn not only what the misconception is about wealth and how to make money, but the proper perspective that you must develop in order to attain both of these all too often elusive elements in your own life.

Trying to Make Money Is As Effective As Chasing A Lion’s Tail

When you think about setting out to make money, the odds are pretty strong that you do not consider this effort to be about as effective as if you were to chase a lion’s tail. Yet this is in fact what you are doing, if running after money is your overarching ambition.
Money is in reality an outgrowth, or end result, of wealth.
How do you achieve wealth then, you might sincerely opine? You attain true wealth when you discover and deliver a product, good, or service that actually contributes materially to society and the economy as a whole in some sustainable and meaningful way.
This means that you must not in fact set out to make money with your professional life. Instead, you have to train yourself to make a valuable contribution to society and the economy. This is the way that you will build up true wealth, and out of your new found wealth, you will find that you eventually make plenty of money in the end.

You Will Never Become Wealthy If You Chase Money

You might scratch your head at the statement that you will never grow wealthy if your ambitions and activities are simply to chase after money. The ironic truth is that when you engage in the very act of chasing money, you ensure that you will never actually grow wealthy. This is because when you chase after money, you do not have your attention focused where it has to be in order to actually attain it. You must instead focus on the act of creating wealth in order to become a truly wealthy person.
What happens to those of you who instead decide to continue to chase after money? The end result of this vain ambition is mere survival. For you who chase money, you will always be chasing it. The problem is that you will never catch up to it in this way.
When you engage in the act of pursuing money in its purest, basest form, then you follow the way of the lowest level of living in any society.
This is to say that ninety-five percent of the global population is engaged in this activity where they simply chase money, and sadly they never capture it in the process or along the way. You can avoid becoming a victim of this pitiful form of existence if only you redefine your purpose and focus in your life.

In The Quest to Create Wealth Where Should Your Attention Be Devoted To?

You have to change your goal from the endless and often fruitless quest to make money. Instead, you must replace this base effort with the more noble endeavor to contribute something valuable to society and the economy all around you. This sounds like an easy thing to do in principal, but in practice it can prove to be more difficult.
What is it that keeps you from changing your perspective with regards to money and wealth? There are so many different excuses that will obstruct you in this much needed, life changing world view shift. You must not be afraid to explore these excuses, as when you engage in the act of identifying them, you can first challenge them and then eventually overcome them one by one.
So, ask yourself what are your personal excuses that keep you from leaving behind the rat race where you run in the wheel and chase vainly after money instead of seeking to improve society and the overall economy with your singular and valuable contributions? Maybe you are afraid of failure. This is nothing to be ashamed of, as even the greatest individuals in the history of the world have stared failure squarely in the face and yet overcome it.
Perhaps you fear that you will not have enough money to support yourself and your family on if you abandon the quest to pursue money itself in favor of a more noble and far bigger picture endeavor. The old adage to do what you love and then the money will follow this is very applicable and infinitely relevant in this particular case. You might be afraid of what your colleagues, family members, and friends will say when they learn that you are dropping out of the quest to make money in favor of making a positive contribution to the world.
It is certainly true that the people you know can be your worse enemies when it comes time to stand up and make a drastic change in your whole life and personal goals. Yet in the end, it is you and your family who will live with the financial choices that you make, and not your work colleagues, friends, or neighbors. If you keep this sobering truth in mind, then it will help you to face your fears and overcome them so that you can change your world view on money and wealth for the better.
Why not leave this earth a tiny bit better than you found it? Why not leave your legacy for others to thrive on?
Ask yourself right now, what is it that keeps you personally from refocusing your financial perspective from the lust for money to the ambition to change the world, society, and the economy?

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