“It’s the repetition of Affirmations that leads to belief. And once that belief becomes a deep conviction, things begin to happen.” Muhammad Ali

Every day we use thousands of keywords and the unconscious mind needs to workout a system of importance.  It does this very logically by how each one is used and how often, it is, therefore, relatively easy to reprogram.

So, if you want to stop eating chocolate, pies, cakes etc. and want to start eating more healthily, what’s the best way to do it?

Start by focusing on what you want, healthy eating, the healthy foods that you want to eat, be realistic, focus on the healthy foods you like.

Every day bring healthy food into you thoughts in as many different ways as you can, if you read an article on healthy eating you will see, read and internally hear the words.  When you discuss healthy eating with friends you will not only speak and be spoken to, but you will hear the words internally and externally.  Even a text to a friend would count as the written word.

Now at some point the bad foods will come up, but as long as healthy eating and good foods are in the vast majority the unconscious mind will overlook them.

Read back on this blog, how often have the good words appeared against the bad?

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2 thoughts on ““It’s the repetition of Affirmations that leads to belief. And once that belief becomes a deep conviction, things begin to happen.” Muhammad Ali

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