Make A Difference Affirmation
Are you one of those people constantly working to make a difference in the world? Sometimes it is a thankless job and you wonder why you spend your life on such things.
This extended affirmation inspires, refreshes, and renews your determination to make the difference you came to this world to make. One of the affirmation in this recording is based on Gandhi's famous quote, "You must be the change you want to see in the world."
The recording consists of four primary affirmations and numerous inspiring interludes designed to infuse your mind with the power of your commitment and your body with the energy to achieve it. The affirmations are recorded in first and second-person for maximum effectiveness.
1."I believe in the future of humanity. I believe our species' most prosperous, peaceful, and enlightened times are ahead. I am living my life in a way that turns that belief into reality." (repeats 4 times)/ "You believe in the future of humanity. You believe our species' most prosperous, peaceful, and enlightened times are ahead. You are living your life in a way that turns that belief into reality." (repeats 4 times)
2."I AM the change I want to see in the world." (repeats 7 times)/ "You ARE the change you want to see in the world." (repeats 7 times)
3."I believe whole-heartedly that I am part of the solution in my life and in my world." (repeats 6 times)/ "You believe whole-heartedly that you are part of the solution in your life and your world."
4."I am a great visionary. I see the world not as it is, but as it can be." (repeats 6 times)/ "You are a great visionary. You see the world not as it is, but as it can be." (repeats 6 times)
5.Collage of the four affirmations to reinforce them.
We human beings think between 12,000 and 60,000 thoughts per day. Researchers indicate that a very high percentage of these thoughts are negative and a similarly high percentage are the same thoughts we had yesterday.
The principle behind affirmations is simple. Affirmations are a thought replacement tool. They help you become conscious of the thoughts you're thinking and replace habitually negative thoughts with habitually positive ones.
The duel engines of affirmations are repetition and belief. Your negative thoughts have been working on you for a long time and saying or listening to affirmations does not instantly change them. You have to give the positive thoughts time to sink in. The process is very similar to an exercise program. At first the exercise hurts, then it feels good, then it transforms your body. Affirmations do the same for the mind.