Can You re-wire Your Old Stress Programs?

Today’s tip clears up something that is often misunderstood—the important difference between self-talk and affirmations. The two are often confused with each other, but they’re actually very different.


​Affirmations are typically short, singular statements, often spiritual in nature, that are written or spoken by people as part of a daily ritual, or occasionally, when they need a lift. Affirmations are a rudimentary use of the principle of the law of attraction.

​But while affirmations may have an uplifting or positive effect in the moment, reading or stating them only occasionally does not create the repetition necessary to wire the affirmations into the brain.

Positive self-talk.

Positive self-talk, on the other hand, is designed to teach the user a complete language of positivity—the ‘language of success’—that can be applied to any life situation.

​Repeated listening to positive self-talk teaches the individual an entire language of success. Self-talk wires the brain with an entire, new mental vocabulary.

​The summary is that affirmations express a singular message that can be uplifting in the moment, but they’re not wired permanently into the brain. Listening to repeated self-talk wires in a complete, new language of success that can apply to any situation.

​So why am I sharing this article with you?

The more I learn about Neuro-Plasticity and my Brain health the more excited I get.

I am creating short 7-9 minute Audios that combine the best of my energy work plus Sound Support plus Positive self-talk to help you help yourself to deeply and easily change patterns you are living out in your day to day life.

I’ve proven this in my life- enjoy my research in your life.

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