The second method you can use to bring about rapid internal changes to your thinking and your life is called the standard affirmation technique.This technique requires that you write out your major goals in the form of present, positive, personal affirmations on three-by-five index cards, one goal per card. You can work on 10 to 15 goals at a time using this method.
Carry these cards around with you. At the beginning of each day, take a few minutes by yourself to review each goal.
Take the first card and read it. Perhaps the first card says, "I earn $50,000 per year." Read the card and let your eyes focus on the message so that it is imprinted on your subconscious mind. Then, close your eyes, take a deep breath, and repeat the affirmation five times. As you affirm, visualize your goal as already achieved. See it. Feel it. Then open your eyes, relax, exhale deeply, and read the next card.
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