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Positive Questions Make a Difference.

Posted by Rob Longenecker on December 18th, 2008

With all that is happening in the world economy and domestic politics, take a moment to keep your mind right every day. No more Mr./Ms. Grumpy.

Not affirmations – afformations. These will make a difference in your outlook.

In a recent workshop we discussed people’s frustration with using affirmations to cause change or improvement in their lives. In most people’s experience the positive impact of affirmations was pretty weak and inconsistent.

Affirmations such as, “It’s always easy for me to get what I want” sometimes result in the little voice in the back of your head saying, “Yeah, right?”

Ask yourself positive questions instead. This works and have made it part of my daily routine.

Ask yourself, “Why is it so easy for me to get what I want?” You may not hear an answer but your subconscious will look within for the answer, and you’ll end up re-wiring your brain.

“Why do I love my life?”

“Why do I take such good care of my health?”

“Why do I so enjoy what I do for a living?”

“Why do I always handle my circumstances with power and grace?”

My experience with postive questions has been very good. 

Sure beats the heck out of, “Why am I so screwed up?”

Ask that question and your subconscious will answer that one, too.

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