HOW LIMITING AFFIRMATIONS CAN EFFECT US – James Clear | London Real


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  1. David Israel

    He is absolutely wrong in his first belief per all the evidence and documentation in life. If you look at the way we work as humans we have to think a thing before we act on it. Thoughts are memories and imaginations. What can break a thought? Words! what can make a thought? Words! People do what they say, if they say it in the right vibration; word is a Vibration. Like findeth like per the density of a thing.

  2. Irshad Azeez

    "Good habits become easy habits when you can learn to find joy in delayed gratification."
    I was pondering this yesterday. As we sculpt our inner and outer life often the energy invested is not immediately rewarded. That lack of reward or dopamine kick is what nags at us till eventually we succumb to doing something that breaks the routine in favour of a quick fix.
    Incorporating a practice of moment to moment contentment or satisfaction is where vocalising an affirmation becomes useful.

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