The short of the When and Where affirmations can be done is this: anytime and anywhere. So long as they can be safely done, that is. I’m especially referring to driving while you’re mind is on affirmations. Be careful.
If you haven’t caught Part I, please do so as it sets the stage for creating affirmations.
There are a lot of resources on the Internet on the subject of affirmations. Some are great, some esoteric, but almost all get the job done. And that job is to change a person’s behavior, thoughts or beliefs through thinking certain thoughts, by using affirmations.
An affirmation is just a phrase that, repeated often enough, can change a person’s behavior, thoughts or beliefs. It can be argued that these three things are essentially one, but I won’t go there for this post. I’ll keep them separate for now, but just put it in the back of your mind that these items all relate to one another.
There’s a line in the movie Dragonfly: Belief gets you there.
Here’s another popular quote along the same line: Ability is what gives you the opportunity; belief is what gets you there.
Ability refers to your skills, things you’ve learned from school, college, your parents, your job, etc..
The sources for beliefs are a little more difficult to nail down.
Basically, beliefs are formed and developed from everything you’ve experienced and that has influenced you your entire life leading up to the point where you are right now.
Let me repeat and emphasize a couple things: everything and entire life.
Everything refers to all things you either consciously or subconsciously take in.
And it’s cumulative.