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Issue 11,  June 29, 2009     —      Sharon Elaine, Affirmations / Joe Love, You Are What You Believe

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New Day / Morning

Some people love to wake up early; some of us are night owls and go to bed when the sun rises.  Use these affirmations in any way that suit you.

Whatever happens today, it remains a wonderful day
Every morning that I wake up, I'm a better person
It's my choice, and I'm choosing to get out of bed
I observe some silence in quiet preparation of my day
I start this day with peace, joy and understanding
I relax into my new day
I expect, and have, a glorious day
I enjoy waking up to a new day
I look great even first thing in the morning
I always awaken completely refreshed
This day unfolds beautifully for me
Each day of my life is a new beginning
It's a wonderful day and I'm anxious to get out of bed
At any time during this day, I can begin the day anew
I've decided to have a glorious day today
I wake up early in the morning refreshed
Today I choose to begin my day with inspiring thoughts

The above affirmations are taken from Sharon Elaine's, The Book of Affirmations with which the reader can make a powerful, positive difference in their life with only a few minutes of positive self-talk a day. We do have power over our thoughts!
This books shows that the future is ours to create whatever life we want for ourselves. Change our mind and we change our reality!
In this book Sharon Elaine has created carefully worded affirmations for almost every possible need.

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You Are What You Believe

by Joe Love

The most important quality you can ever develop is having belief in yourself. The belief that you can, without a shadow of a doubt achieve success in every area of your life. Virtually every person has the capacity to do wonderful things with his or her life. But the greatest single obstacle for most people is self-doubt. Many people wish they could accomplish certain things but lack the belief that they can actually do it.
When people under achieve in any part of their life, it is their belief more than anything else that holds them back. Self-limiting beliefs act as breaks on our ability to achieve our goals. Many of us have high hopes, dreams and aspirations, but we let doubts creep in and undermine our talents, abilities and effectiveness.
Each one of us has feelings of inferiority because we feel that we are not good enough. We think that we are not as good as other people, and we feel we are not good enough to acquire and enjoy the things we want in life. Often we feel that we don't deserve good things. Even if we work hard and have some achievements in our life, we often feel that we are not really entitled to our successes.
The Universal Law of Belief says that whatever we believe, with feeling, becomes our reality. We don't believe what we see; instead, we see what we believe. Our beliefs form a screen as to how we see the world, and we never allow any information that is not consistent with our beliefs to pass through it. Even if we have beliefs that are totally inconsistent with reality, we won't let them through because our beliefs have become true for us.
The most common and also most harmful beliefs are those that are self-limiting. Beliefs about yourself. For example, believing that you can't achieve something because you don't have enough money or education. You might believe you can't achieve something because you are the wrong sex, race, age, or because of the economy. Most of these beliefs are not true, but they will hold you back nonetheless.
The fact is, you deserve every good thing you are capable of acquiring through the use of your talents. The only real limitation on what you can be and have is your lack of desire. If you set a goal and want it badly enough, nothing in the world can stop you from achieving it, as long as you're willing to persist long and hard enough.
To develop positive beliefs, you have to decide exactly where you want to end up in the future. The clearer you are about the result you want, the easier it will be for you to change your actions and behaviors in the short term. This, in turn, will assure that you achieve what you want in the long term.
Once you've clearly decided on the type of person you want to be, you will have already taken a major first step in developing new beliefs. In order to incorporate your new beliefs into your every day life, you have to discipline yourself to act, in every situation, exactly as if you already were that person. When you begin to act like the successful person you want to become, you will actually adopt the values, qualities, and characteristics of that type of person. And they will then become a permanent part of your personality.
If you consistently act like the person you want to become every day and in every situation it will begin a chain reaction. Your attitude will change and become more positive. This will then build stronger and more positive beliefs. And these beliefs will exert a positive influence on your values.
There are no limitations on your potential except those you believe you have. Successful people are not extraordinary or special in any way. They are no different from you or I. But, all successful people do have the unwavering belief that they can accomplish anything that they really want in life.

From this day forward, see yourself as the very best you can be, and refuse to accept limitations on your possibilities. Once you develop that strong belief in yourself, and you act in accordance with it, your future will be unlimited.

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