Sunday, January 31, 2016

Record Affirmation And Abundance Statements

Why didn't I think about this and do this before?  Okay, that is a rhetorical question, but I found something that works great for me.  Maybe you have discovered this already, but if not, hopefully it will help you.

As you do affirmation or abundance statements or whatever it is that you may do for your life, why not record these.  After all, hearing your own voice say these words is like you talking to yourself.  It is more powerful.

If you have a smart phone such as an iPhone, you can use the app called "voice memo".  Record it on there and then sync it up in iTunes.  Once you have it in iTunes, you can create a playlist if you want to so that you can play all of them at one time.

If you have a smart phone other than an iPhone, there is probably a way to do this, but I have no idea how you would get that done.  Please feel free to comment and share the steps someone would do to record on their particular brand of phone.

Then you can schedule a reminder and listen to your affirmations or abundance statements at any time.  Make it frequent throughout the day.  You can also listen to them just before you go to bed and just when you wake up in the morning.

If you are speaking to your higher self and doing it in your own voice, then I think it stands to reason that it is more effective.  You're not just thinking about it, but now you are thinking about it and hearing it in your own voice.

More than likely, you will listen to yourself when you do abundance and affirmation statements.

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