Yes, confirmation really work. Just watch Louise Hay or Catherine Ponder's life for proof. Both of these women have used power for confirmation to change their lives. In some cases, the change was quick and magnificent, but in other cases the change year took place.
"And how does it work?"
Your subconscious is always at work and attracts your life whatever it takes to fulfill the programming it has been given to your past experiences. In other words, if your subconscious mind has been given data that says there is not enough money to go around, your subconscious will arrange it exactly in your life. But by listening or saying statements that capture the essence of new things you want to experience in life, your subconscious mind goes into work on making your new data reality.
"So why does not it work?"
Simply put, if your subconscious does not accept your confirmation, it will not respond to them. Instead, it will ignore them and continue to work on the data it has received in the past.
"So, what are you doing then?"
If you find that there is no change in your life, you know that your subconscious programming has not changed. And if your subconscious programming has not changed, the Law of Attraction states that you will continue to show what you did in the past. The goal at that point, as in the beginning, is still changing your subconscious programming. The method that Noah St John introduced is trying confirmation in the form of questions, such as: "Why is it so easy for me to always have enough availability?"
Try this out for a moment.