Have you tried and tried to break bad habits and just failed time and time? Have you tried to use verifications to help you get used to it? A positive statement has been tried to work!
What defines bad life?
If we were to send a survey now to ask people what they thought the words bad habits mean, the majority will say that bad habits are a negative action that people do over and over, like smoking, drinking or eating too much.
Did you know that routine is an incredibly powerful tool for personal growth and success? Good habits!
What practices do you have now and how does it affect your life? Your weight and health are determined by your eating habits. Your relationships are determined by your social habits. Your success at work is determined by your working methods and so on!
So how do we change them?
When it comes to breaking out of bad practices, many self-help books and coaches will tell you to become aware of the moment you start thinking about or craving a habit, and making conscious decisions just do not ! This may work for some people, but in most of us this is a way to be difficult and doomed to fail. Why? Because it's a human nature to want to do something we're not supposed to do!
First, we must get psychology right for us! We must want to change these habits and we need to deal with why we want to save ourselves from what may seem stupid and obvious, but it is true, we must understand and do ourselves.
Write down all the benefits you are getting by getting rid of this habit, we must tell ourselves that we should not postpone ourselves but improve ourselves.
When I talk to people about confirmation, they often ask "what if I do not believe the words to be true"? A good question, the subconscious does not know what's true or wrong, it hears words and agrees to be! The more we say the more subconsciously they take on board, we "confirm" them as our truth!
Choose the words carefully, if you manage to tell them you need to change them, try to keep them short! Here are some ideas to help you create effective and life-critical requirements:
1. Make the statement short but strong, " I'm now free of this habit …"
2. Always be your confirmation at this time ( I am now, Not I'm going to )
3. Always tell them in a positive " I'm glad I'm no longer ….."
4. Write them down and read them often, read out loud.
5. Do them every day no matter how you feel, watch it!
6. " I'm so grateful that I'm now free of this habit "
Confirmations need to be practiced daily for at least thirty days to incorporate them into your mind, do them in the morning and night, keep it, it works! Learn how to increase your confirmation and stay free during registration!