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Affirmations affect our internal world and act upon the external world

Affirmations affect our internal world and act upon the external world Affirmations affect our internal world and act upon the external world
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Create Powerful Affirmations: Thoughts are the mind’s nutrition and affirmations are like reminder checklists for nutritious thoughts.

When we affirm and focus on what truly inspires us and concentrate our affirmed thinking in the direction of our desired objects we alter our internal world and as a result we view and act upon the external world differently.

We start to see and act upon opportunities that we never noticed before. We become the person we need to be to have the things we would truly love to have.

To demonstrate this try the following exercise - stand in the middle of a busy place and close your eyes. Think only of the colour yellow and then open your eyes again. You will notice that all of a sudden the yellow objects around you stand out while the others seem to make no impact at all on your consciousness.

This is the fundamental secret is that we do not see the world through our eyes, we see the world through our thoughts. It is our affirmations that keep us focused and reminded.

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