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Affirmations – Why They Work!

Affirmations - Why They Work!

Affirmations are one of the simplest and most powerful things we can do to change the quality of our lives, and to create the things we want.

Affirmations are the force of creation. Every thought has a counterpart in a word or sound; the word and the thought are inseparable. The external part of a thing is what we may call the thought.

The same thought may be expressed by different words or sounds. Though the sounds vary, yet the relation between the sound and the thoughts is a natural one.

The power of affirmations can be stated very simply: Affirmations are the force of creation. For AUM being the sound symbol of Supreme Reality, it is considered to be the first vibration as sound emanating at the beginning of creation.

“In the beginning was the word….”(John 1:10) To affirm means to make firm. There is very little mystery about how and why affirmations work, once the principle is understood.

An affirmation is simply a spoken declaration, in the present tense, which creates a desired reality. To understand how an affirmation has the power to create something, we must first understand how creation works.

Every thought and every word – positive or negative is an affirmation, and is creating the reality of the affirmation.

2 Comments on - Affirmations – Why They Work!

  • Timothy Washington sr January 20, 2017 Reply

    IAM not safe around police,from queens,they take over your life an turn you into salver all over an over thew court are no differnt they the police dept they beat me bad in 2013 nov 21 an the court pro line the whole case until they made big mistake an came back an ellegal arrest me for trepass at a house were evrey thing is in my names gas, lightbill cable bill i can not afford a lawyer because disablity which is ssi for sezing,brain damg.

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