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Among the various types of meditation in the world today, the Nithya Yoga meditation is unique. This technique is a simple, logical way to acheive real peace of mind and to lead a happy, useful life. Nithya Yoga itself contains nothing of a sectarian nature, and can be accepted and applied by people of any background. Nithya Yogi is an inner scientist.
Every human being is conditioned to assume that the real world is outside. We live our lives by seeking inputs in physical and mental form with this external reality. Most of us have never considered severing our outward contacts in order to see what happens inside. The idea of doing, so probably sounds like choosing to spend hours staring at the test pattern on a screen. We would rather explore the far side of the moon or the bottom of the ocean than the hidden depths within ourselves.

But in fact the universe exists for each of us only when we experience it with our body and mind. It is never elsewhere, it is always here and now. By exploring the here-and-now of ourselves we can explore the world. Unless we investigate the world within we can never know reality, we will only know our beliefs about it, or our intellectual conceptions of it. By observing ourselves, however, we can come to know the reality directly and can learn to deal with it in a positive and creative way.
One method of exploring the inner world is Nithya Yoga meditation. This is a practical way to examine the reality of one’s own body and mind, to uncover and solve whatever problems lie hidden there, to develop unused potential, and to channel it for one’s own good and the good of others.
Nithya Yoga meditation is a technique for observing reality from every angle. Instead of carefully edited self-image, the meditator confronts the whole uncensored truth. Certain aspects of it are bound to be hard to accept.
Let us begin with the physical aspect. This is the most obvious, the most apparent portion of ourselves, reality perceived by all the sense. And yet how little we really know about it. Superficially one can control the body: it moves and acts according to the conscious will. But on another level, all the internal organs function beyond our control, without our knowledge. At a subtler level, we know nothing, experientially, of the incessant biochemical reactions occurring within each cell of the body. But this is still not the ultimate reality of the material phenomenon. Ultimately the seemingly solid body is composed of subatomic particles and empty space. What is more, even these sub-atomic particles have no real solidity; the existence span of one of them is much less than a trillionth of a second. Particles continuously arise and vanish, passing into and out of existence, like a flow of vibrations. This is the ultimate reality of the body and matter.
As we persevere in meditation, we soon realize one basic fact: our sensations are constantly changing. Every moment, in every part of the body, a sensation arises, and every sensation is an indication of a change. Every moment changes occur in every part of the body, electromagnetic and biochemical reactions. Every moment, even more rapidly, the mental processes change and are manifested in physical changes.
Everything is ephemeral, arising and passing away every moment-; but the rapidity and continuity of the process create the illusion of permanence. The flame of a candle and the light of an electric lamp are both changing constantly. If by one’s senses one can detect the process of change, as is possible in the case of the candle flame, then one can emerge from the illusion. But when, as in the case of the electric light, the change is so rapid and continuous that one’s senses cannot detect it, then the illusion is far more difficult to break. One may be able to detect the constant change in a flowing river, but how is one to understand that the man who bathes in that river is also changing every moment?
The only way to break the illusion is to learn to explore within oneself, and to experience the reality of one’s own physical and mental structure.
Many illusions are created by apparent, consolidated, integrated reality-for example, the illusion of physical beauty. The body appears beautiful only when it is integrated. Any part of it, seen separately, is without attraction, without beauty-asubha. Physical beauty is superficial, apparent reality, not ultimate truth.

However, understanding the illusory nature of physical beauty will not lead to hatred of others. As wisdom arises, naturally the mind becomes balanced, detached, power with good will towards all. Having experienced reality within oneself, one can come out of illusions, cravings and aversions, and can live peacefully and happily.
In the past, because of ignorance, these sensations were cause for the multiplication of your misery, but they can also be tools to eradicate misery. You have taken a first step on the path to liberation by learning to observe bodily sensations and to remain equanimous.
If in a part of the body there is no sensation, you may keep your attention there for a minute. In reality there is sensation there, as in every particle of the body, but is of such a suitable nature that your mind is not aware of it consciously, and therefore this area seems blind. Stay for a minute, observing calmly, quietly and equanimously. Don’t develop craving for a sensation, or aversion towards the blindness. If you do so, you have lost the balance of your mind, and an unbalanced mind is very dull; it certainly cannot experience the more subtle sensations. But if the mind remains balanced, it becomes sharper and more sensitive, capable of detecting subtle sensations. Observe the area equanimously for about a minute, not more. If within a minute no sensation appears, them smilingly move further. Next round, again stay for a minute; sooner or later you will begin to experience sensations there and throughout the body. If you have stayed for a minute and still cannot feel a sensation, then try to feel the touch of your clothing if it is a covered area, or the touch of the atmosphere if it is uncovered. Begin with these superficial sensations, and gradually you will start to feel other ones as well.

Don’t try to stop the sensations in other parts of the body-you cannot do so-but don’t give them any importance. Observe each sensation only when you come to it, moving in order. Otherwise you will jump from one place to another, missing many parts of the body, observing only gross sensations. You have to train yourself to observe all the different sensations in every part of the body, gross or subtle, pleasant or unpleasant, distinct or feeble. Therefore never allow the attention to jump from place to place.
This will vary according to the situation one faces. The instruction is to fix your attention in a certain area, and as soon as you feel a sensation, to move ahead. If the mind is sharp enough, it will be aware of sensation as soon as it comes to an area, and you can move ahead at once. If this situation occurs throughout the body, it may be possible to move from head to feet in about ten minutes, but it is not advisible to move more quickly at this stage. If the mind is dull, however, there may be many areas in which it is necessary to wait for up to a minute for a sensation to appear. Just keep working patiently, persistently; you will certainly be successful.
Take a section of the body about two or three inches wide; then move a head another two or three inches, and so on. If the mind is dull, take larger areas, for example, the entire face, or the entire right upper arm; then gradually try to reduce the area of attention. Eventually you will be able to feel sensations in every particle of the body, but for now, an area of two or three inches is good enough.
Sometimes a meditator feels sensations inside as soon as he starts Nithya Yoga; sometimes at first he feels sensations only on the surface. Either way is perfectly all right. If sensations appear only on the surface, observe them repeatedly until you feel sensation on every part of the surface of the body. Having experience sensations everywhere on the surface, you will later start penetrating into the interior. Gradually the mind will develop the ability to feel sensations everywhere, both outside and inside, in every part of the physical structure. But to begin, superficial sensations are good enough.

At a certain point meditators learn to make effortless efforts, to maintain a relaxed alertness, a detached involvement. Instead of struggling, they become engrossed in the practice. The mind becomes as calm as a mountain lake at dawn, perfectly mirroring its surroundings and at the same time revealing its depths to those who look more closely. When this clarity comes, every moment is full of affirmation, beauty and peace.
Many psychosomatic diseases naturally disappear when mental tensions are dissolved. If the mind is agitated, physical diseases are bound to develop. When the mind becomes calm and pure, automatically they will go away. But if you take the curing of a physical disease as your goal instead of the purification of your mind, you achieve neither one nor the other.
The highest welfare is the ability to keep the balance of one’s mind inspite of all the vicissitudes, the ups and downs, of life. One may face pleasant or painful situations, victory or defeat, profit or loss, good name or bad name; everyone is bound to encounter all these. But can one smile in every situation, a real smile from the heart? If one has this equanimity at the deepest level within, one has true happiness.
However, you must be careful not to justify your actions only after the event. You must examine the mind before acting. If the mind is full of defilements, one cannot help anyone. First one must rectify the faults in oneself before one can rectify the faults in others. First you must purify your own mind by observing yourself. Then you will be able to help many.

Instead he has only love and comparison for those who are harming him. All he creates for the future is brightness. The past cannot be changed, but one can take control of the present by the becoming master of oneself. The future is merely the past plus what is added in the present. Nithya Yoga teaches how to become master of oneself by developing awareness and equanimity towards sensations. If one develops this mastery in the present moment, the future will automatically be bright.

Creative Visulaization

* Engages the right-hemisphere of the brain
* Activates the amygdala and pre-frontal cortex
* Enchances concentration and creativity
This simple exercise will help you develop the ability to see clear mental images. With a bit of practice creating mental images will become second nature.
We think in images all the time, but we are not always aware of it. This exercise will train your mind to focus on the images you want to create rather than the ones that come automatically.
Another excellent benefit of this exercise is that you are actively using your imagination. The activity removes you from lower survival thought patterns to higher realize of creative thinking. Using the imagination is a higher order thinking process, which stimulates the amygdala. This stimulation affects connections throughout the prefrontal, and you might find that it puts you in a good mood too!
Once you are done with the basic visualization exercise you might want to try creating a short mental movie. In this mental movie you can imagine yourself reaching a personal goal such as learning a new skill or eliminating a bad habit. If you would like to understand more about visualization skills and their benefit visits Thanks for checking out this article. If you found it useful, then please share it with a friend.

Creative visualization

In one of the most well-known studies on creative visualization in sports Russian scientists compared four groups of olympic athletics in terms of their physical and mental training ration.
Group 1received 100% physical training
Group 2 received 75% physical training with 25% mental training
Group 3 received 50% mental training with 50% physical training
Group 4 received 75 mental training with 25% physical training
Group 4 had the best performance results indicating that certain types of mental training such as consciously involving subjective states can have significant measurable effects on biological performance. It has since become more widely understood and accepted in neuro science and sports psychology that subjective training can cause the body to respond more favorably to consciously desired out come. Visualization practices are a common form of spiritual exercise. Visualization is used extensively in sports psychology. Many celebrities endorsed the use of creative visualization and claimed it had a significant role in their success. Such stars include Oprah, Tiger Woods, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Antony Robbins, Bill Gates, Will Smith, Jim Carrey.

Relaxed Alertness

These two words look diametrically opposite. They are because whenever you are relaxed you lose alertness, and whenever you are alert you lose relaxedness. And unless they both happen together you will go on missing my message. I wants you to bring these polarities together. It is the highest synthesis of human consciousness one polarity is relaxedness, another polarity is alertness.
In the west, attentiveness has been cultivated. The whole educational mechanism forces you to become more attentive. But it tires you, it drives you neurotic, madness becomes a natural by product of it.
In the East, people have remained in the relaxed state. But if you are relaxed without being attentive, it becomes lethargy. Passivity dullness. Hence the east has remained poor, unscientific, non-technological, starving.
It my message is rightly understood, there will be meeting of East and West. In Nithya Yogi, both can meet. My message is of relaxed attentiveness-you have to be very relaxed and yet alert. And it is possible. And only this possibility will make you a whole man, a holy man. Otherwise you will remain half-and a half man is always miserable. The west is miserable spirituality, the East is miserable materially. And man needs both. With Nithya Yoga meditation a new age can dawn. And the secret is simple. Learn relaxed awareness.

Pyramid Meditation

Pyramid is the most stable structure which receives the highest cosmic energy in this planet earth. Pyramid forms at an angle 52 degrees 51 minutes and become of this angle it receives the highest cosmic energy. Pyramid can be constructed with any material. Materials make no difference in the receiving of the cosmic energy. Pyramid has to be aligned to perfect cardinal directions North, South, East and West cosmic energy gets accumulated at 1/3rd height from the base of the pyramid.
This place is known as king chamber. Cosmic energy will be the maximum in the Kings chamber and it spread throughout the pyramid.
A crystal fixed at the apex of the pyramid multiplies and distributes the cosmic energy throughout the pyramid. The no thought state or ‘Nirmal Sthithi’ is attained three times faster if one meditates inside the pyramid. Pyramid can be used for communication with higher frequencies. Meditation in the pyramid helps in healing and for all meditation experiences.

Nithya Yogis

Consciousness there are no distinctions, no divisions-no distinction of caste, no distinction of creed. Nithya yogi consciousness means a sky which has no boundaries. Now there is no question of nationality which divide people of colour, creed, tradition. In Nithya Yogis-consciousness no distinctions exist. It is a unitary consciousness. For Nithya Yogi, the whole existence is one.
A Nithya Yogi simply lives as you live. It is very difficult to see the difference, but the difference is there. The difference is that he witnesses everything that is happening-that is the only difference. He eats but he is a witness. Now, that is an interior difference. You cannot see it from the outside too you can see a Nithya Yogi walking: he walk so consciously, so alertly. He eats consciously, alertly, he even sleeps consciously. A light remains burning even in his sleep, he goes on watching even his dreams. He is always on the watch-aware, conscious, alert that is the difference.
And because he is alert he remains relaxed. Because he is relaxed the whole world is relaxed for him. It is the same world he lives, in but the roses are far more rosy and the green is for more green, and the call of the bid is an immense joy.

Visualization Exercises improve performance and bring results. Why do visualization exercises produce result?

Have you ever found yourself crying while watching a sad movie you know it is not real, but the impression your brain is receiving is real and it produces tears. Why?
Fact: Research has shown that the same neuro pathways in the brain are activated when you vividly imagine experiencing something as when you actually do it.
Using your mind to create an image of what you want creates a strong impression on the brain and helps improve performance and get results.
When you experience yourself from the inside out as confident, successful loving and happy those feelings are reflected in what you say, what you do and how you feel. You radiate confidence-while strengthening your healthy self-esteem brain pathway.
Remember: Visualization is not about seeing yourself trying to succeed at some point in the future. It is about picturing and experiencing with the full resources of your imagination, your desired results accomplished in the present moment.
When visualizing, it is important to view the action from the first person point of view. You experience yourself having achieved your goal through your own eyes, rather than watching yourself from the outside.
Adding kinesthetic (what you feel with your goal accomplished) and auditory (What you hear with your goal accomplished) dimensions enhance the process. Include in your visualization.

Chakra Meditation


Our inner body is linked up with physical body at seven energy centers with primary virtues, which activate and exercise functional control of the seven systems of our human body. Chakra literally translated means “Wheel of spinning energy”. In our bodies there are seven major energy centers. They are located in the front of the spinal column and are aligned vertically up and down the spine. But chakras are aspects of consciousness. They are not physical, they interact with the physical body through two major vehicles: the endocrine system and the nervous system. Interestingly enough, the spacing of charkas actually matches major nerve or endocrine centers in the body. All our senses or perceptions can be divided into seven categories, and each of these categories can be associated with a particular chakra. Thus the charkas represent not only particular parts of our body, but also particular parts of our consciousness.

Function of Chakras:

The function of the chakras is to integrate the physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual faces of a person into a coherent whole. Each of the seven chakras plays a vital functional role in our physical body as well as in our consciousness.
The three lower chakras correlate to basic primary needs- those of survival, procreation and will. The four higher chakras relate to our psychological makeup. They define love, communication and knowledge and can also provide a spiritual connection to this universe and beyond.

Awakening of Chakras:

With attention and understanding we can control and influence our chakras. They can be developed like muscles, programmed like a computer, nurtured like a seed or closed like a book. When a chakra is closed, the life force energy cannot travel through that part of the body. When chakras are awakened and become fully functional, we will be ever evolving towards realisation and integration.

Chakra Psychology:

Just, as a massage can soothe an aching muscle or the right nutrient can stimulate a gland to function well, so also the weak or imbalanced chakras can be influenced to function at peak activity. By reflecting upon the nature of our thoughts, inclinations, perceptions, desires and actions, we can fairly accurately identify which chakras are dormant within us. Chakra psychology is a valuable tool for greater self-understanding.

Colour, Music and Chakras:

Each wheel of energy or chakra has a colour from the rainbow, spins in a clockwise direction and vibrates to a musical note. This representation of the seven vibrations of the different colored chakras happens in a logical and orderly sequence, just like the notes of a musical scale. The heaviest vibration or the longest wavelength is found at the bottom and the lightest on the top. Music played in a certain manner vibrates a particular chakra, and brings out a feeling associated with those musical vibrations. In the similar manner, different colours also represent different parts of our consciousness.

Activating Chakras through Nithya yoga:

Regular practice of Nithya yoga meditation (physically & mentally) stimulates various nerve plexus and glands that lie along the spinal pathway, as well as the spine itself and the ganglionic nerve chains. Over time, an energetic charge builds up in the body and mind. Energy flows more smoothly through the central channel owing to a gradual elimination of obstructions. As this process occurs, physical health and vitality improve, the mind becomes more powerful and one can enter into higher states of meditation with increasing ease.
Seven chakras in our body play a vital role in our total well being. Our chakras get disturbed due to stress and negative emotions, creating disease and disharmony, which prevent us from functioning at our most vibrant and joyfull level. The emotions connected with each chakra are guided through meditation techniques to activate and energise each of the chakras.

1. Muladhara (Root) Chakra:

The root chakra not only sends energy to bones and muscles of the body but also act as sex center. It is the source, of creative energy and power. We are both male and female in our energies, but society does not let us express both. Most of the societies repress the feminine energy: the left side of the body and the right side of the brain, which is the abode of beauty, stillness, poetry and art. Until age seven, your energy is total. Notice how children are beautiful in their beings. But beyond seven, children are forced to suppress their other side and thus wound their consciousness. In their search for their other half, girls adore their father and boys their mother.
Between ages of 7 and 14, the wound can be healed if parents remain most of the time with their children, but if the parents are not there, children look in vain in the outside world for that feminine and masculine energy. Children in the 14-21 age groups are ready to engage with the opposite sex- to marry- but they are rarely allowed. So they collect and cherish imagination and dreams of the opposite sex through the media. Manufacturers exploit this by selling dreams and sex appeal through their products. And these stuffs play vital role in deforming & disabling the astral and the mental body of youths, which further causes several diseases in the physical body at youthful age of the life. This all leads to further degeneration of their character and conduct. The root chakra is a continuous fountain of positive energy, while our imaginations and expectations are like a huge stone blockings in this marvellous energy fountain. When we burn away all our unwanted imaginations and memories and open ourselves to reality, the creative energy of this chakra flows.

2. Swadhisthana (Spleen) Chakra:

This chakra is located two inches below the navel and is the place where fear attacks us. The average person has 6 to 12 fear strokes every 24 hours, while both awake and sleeping. This weakens our immune system and leads to depression, illness, aging, infertility and impotency. It creates the diseases of kidney also. Fear primarily falls into four categories:
i. Fear of loss of status, wealth or comfort
ii. Fear of disease or loss of a bodily part
iii. Fear of loss of family or friends
iv. Fear of death
Fearlessness is not the absence of fear but it is the courage to face the fear and experience it completely. If we can truly enter into the space of fear and experience it, it can never affect us again so deeply.

3. Manipura (Navel) Chakra:

Worry and suppressed emotions sit in the navel center and block this chakra. “Worrying is nothing but a constant repetition of certain words in the mind”. This drains away our energy and takes us out of the total awareness and bliss of this moment. Worry is a terrible waste of time, thought and energy, 99% of our worries never come true and the one percent that do, end up being good for us. Many stomach problems; skin diseases and pains are related to the navel center. Obesity is another by product of worry and depression.

4. Anahata (Heart) Chakra:

Unconditional expression of love and affection expands this chakra. Constant need for other’s attention and approval blocks it. “Life is a long signature campaign.” We are constantly working for social success, rather than individual success. A person working for individual success, even if he fails, will have the satisfaction that he has lived his life. Make a list of all those people who have the power to upset us and realise that we are psychological slaves to these people. The conscious realisation itself will bring about a freedom. We never know the people who are close to us. We simply form an image of them and continue to relate to that image throughout, while the person is in an ever-changing multifaceted centre of consciousness.

5. Visuddhi (Throat) Chakra:

“Three layers of energy merge in the throat chakra- ordinary physical energy, reserve energy to be used in emergencies and spiritual energy.” We usually use only the first level and forget that there are two more levels behind it; in order to access these levels we need to get rid of our ego, which results in either a superiority or inferiority complex. Comparison and jealousy lock this chakra. When we run in the rat race, the visuddhi closes. Understanding and appreciating our uniqueness opens it. We usually create an idea about our self and compare it to others, which is senseless. If we live our life, we will grow uniquely and will have profound satisfaction, whether or not we have money, fame etc. When we feel tired in our body, we can say “no” and go to the next layer of energy, which will provide us with all the energy, and vitality that we need.

6. Ajna (Brow) Chakra:

‘Ajna”(AGYA) means will power. We usually spend 80 % of our energy desiring and 20% of our energy to create. These percentages get reversed when this chakra is opened; resulting in fewer desires but more power to create them into reality. Conditioning, labeling and judgements contaminate this chakra. All judgements are prejudiced; they draw conclusions from a few observations (observations are contaminated by our conditioning). “I am this, you are that, life is this, etc.” are statements of the ego. This mental chatter reduces all our experience merely to words. To live spontaneously and intensely we need to deal with every person and situation without a script. If we trust our being we will have an enormous leap of growth through such spontaneous interaction with the world.

7. Sahasrara (Crown) Chakra:

“Sahasrara” means the thousands petal lotus. When this chakra opens, we are flooded with ecstasy and eternal bliss. Discontentment and negativity towards life block this chakra. Gratitude for life and all that God has given us open this chakra. So many blessings are showered upon us and we take them for granted. Our life and our body are amazing gifts from God- absolutely incredible. Living out of deep joy and bliss is the product of simply showing gratitude and respect for the divine. Loving the whole world is easy; loving our neighbour is difficult because it requires actions through acts of gratitude, compassion and affection. Feel gratitude for every small thing in life. “Gratitude is the greatest attitude which determines our altitude of success in life.


Making affirmations

To affirm something is to declare it to be true
An affirmation is a positive statement of fact or belief, worded in the present tense, and usually begins with “I”. Affirmations is what you desire put into the present tense, as if already accomplished. It is well established that, if practiced correctly, affirmations will transform your hopes into life-determining beliefs. Affirmations are not associated with any specific religion or belief system. Affirmations are now a highly respected self-improvement technique used by physicians, psychotherapists, athletic coaches, motivational specialists, and spiritual teachers world-wide. Affirmations are the foundation of positive thinking techniques which have been demonstrated to be unequivocally effective.
Affirmations work by changing your subconscious beliefs. Your beliefs create your reality to a tremendous extent. Limiting beliefs you have acquired in your life can hold you back in subtle but damaging ways. Freeing yourself from limiting beliefs and replacing them with beliefs that expand your potential is a focus of cutting edge psychology. Researchers have found that most beliefs about yourself lodge in your preconscious mind. .Conscious beliefs can be changed with education, but unconscious beliefs need to be changed in other ways, such as with affirmations. Affirmations work because they are like the “programming language” of your preconscious mind. The preconscious is highly receptive to simple, positive statements which, through repetition over time, are able to bypass deep psychological resistance. Limiting beliefs cannot be changed by willpower alone; they must be replaced by new beliefs. Affirmations can supply the substance of your new beliefs. Ultimately for affirmations to work, you have to believe them.

How best to deliver affirmations

Since the invention of the electroencephalogram (EEG) in the 1930’s, scientists have been able to measure the electrical activity of the brain. Five common brainwave states are:

Beta brainwaves

Beta brainwaves are associated with a heightened state of alertness and focused concentration. When your mind is actively engaged in mental activities, the dominant brainwave state will be Beta. A person in active conversation, playing sports or making a presentation would be in a Beta state. The Beta brainwave state corresponds to frequencies ranging from 13Hz to 40Hz.

Alpha brainwaves

Alpha brainwaves are slower in frequency than Beta brainwaves and represent a state of relaxed mental awareness or reflection. Alpha brainwave states are typically associated with contemplation, visualization, problem solving and accessing deeper levels of creativity. The Alpha brainwave state corresponds to frequencies ranging from 8 Hz to 12 Hz.

Theta brainwaves

Theta brainwaves are even slower in frequency and represent a state of deep relaxation and meditation, enhanced creativity, stress relief, light sleep and dreaming. Theta brainwave states have been used in meditation for centuries. Research has proven thirty minutes a day of Theta meditation can dramatically improve a person’s overall health and well-being. Theta meditation has also been known to cause the need for less sleep. The Theta brainwave state corresponds to frequencies ranging from 4Hz to 8 Hz.

Delta brainwaves

Delta brainwaves are the slowest in frequency and represent a state of deep dreamless sleep. Delta brainwave states have long been associated with healing. While Delta brainwave states usually only occur in deep sleep, it is possible to train yourself to remain awake while reaching the Delta state to experience even deeper levels of meditation and awareness. The Delta brainwave state corresponds to frequencies from OHz to 4Hz.

Gamma brainwaves

Gamma brainwaves are the most rapid in frequency. They have received the least attention and research, although more attention is currently being paid to them than in years past. Research has indicated at moments when bursts of precognition or high-level information processing occur, your brainwaves briefly reach the Gamma state. The Gamma brainwave state corresponds to frequencies of 40Hz or higher.
For making affirmations effectively, the brain must be in a quiet, meditative state. The right state for meditation is by being in alpha or theta waves.

Creating and Using Affirmations

Your affirmation should be:

It is important to imagine and feel the reality of the affirmation during the verbal/mental repetition of the affirmation. If the affirmed goal seems too hard to imagine, try affirming the new reality gradually over days or weeks with “I give myself permission to start”, or “I am becoming” When your goal feels to become more within reach then change your affirmation to “I have” , “I am” or “I . can”.

Positive Affirmatory-words with power

Learn how to use affirmations to attract success and improve your life. Discover how to feed your mind with positive statements that will change the negative programming of your mind, and bring happiness and success into your life. Better health harmony and love, better relationships travel and vacations, a better and more satisfying job, a new and lovely home, more money so you could enjoy financial security and buy things you want, Affirmatory make all this possible.
The subconscious mind is like a great and wonderful computer and affirmations are the commands that program it to act in the way you choose. If you feed it with negative thoughts and words the mind will produce negative condtions but if you feed it with positive thoughts and words it will produce positive conditions and circumstances.

Re-programe your mind