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Today we’re going to explore another fundamental element to completely changing your life for the better: the power of afirmations.

I’ve been sharing some of my special sauce with you over the past few blog articles. So far we’ve taken a deeper look at journaling and meditation as parts of the essential Growth Farming toolkit for personal transformation.

Originally I wanted to call this the “Five Tools That Will Transform Your Life.” That may seem like a big claim.

But these are honestly the essential keys to changing your life. From my personal experience and countless people I’ve served in my coaching practice.

Especially if you’re trying to dig yourself out of a low point to get to high, solid ground. Want to listen to this blog training, and get more insights? Cool. Check out the latest episode of The Growth Farming Podcast here:

The secret sauce of affirmations

When it comes to your thoughts, are you aware of them? That may seem like a silly question, but there are subtle, subconscious thoughts you have lingering in the soil of your mind garden. These little thoughts actually dictate much of your life.

This is the power of your subconscious mind.

If you have perpetual doubts, worries, frustrations, fears, anxieties, and the like…you have a program playing inside yourself behind the scenes that need to be addressed.

The best, most efficient, and easiest way I’ve found to change your subconscious programming is to change your inner dialogue. And one of the most effective methods to rewire your subconscious mind is with affirmations.

If you’ve used affirmations before and then stopped, what was the result of stopping? I can tell you mine.

Last year I got on a hot streak. I’d been doing affirmations for two years solid. And I had recently ramped up including business stuff with my morning affirmations.

Then my business picked up and I was serving more clients than ever before. I had done some great speaking gigs and taught many people about Growth Farming. See, affirmation success!

Things were going really really well for me.

And I thought that all the affirmations had done their job. I decided that I didn’t need to do it anymore since things had shifted and were looking so good for me. So I stopped doing daily affirmations.

It took about 3 weeks, but I found myself sliding back into old thoughts and beliefs. And things began to shift in the opposite direction.

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The old story of rejection started to play again

My old story of rejection started to come back again in my subtle thoughts. I hadn’t completely reprogrammed my subconscious mind to take on the new beliefs. Or as Neville Goddard teaches, I hadn’t persisted long enough and consistently enough for it to harden into fact.

I wasn’t doing anything to really persist in my new story because I’d stopped affirming myself daily. That’s the key right there to how to make affirmations powerful and effective: you have to commit to yourself to do this daily and consistently.

Getting out of this daily habit began to have some noticeable effects. My business started to go down. It was harder and harder to get in front of people for coaching, speaking, and even sharing my Be Solid book with.

All that I’d been working for and started to see changes in, suddenly wasn’t working.


When I finally woke up to what was happening, I got back on my affirmation wagon. My confidence, direction and inner peace grew. And things began to improve in my business too.

What’s the real secret to an effective affirmation practice?

There are two main ways to do affirmations and make them a regular part of your daily routine. This is a simple and easy practice you can do today to immediately bring changes to your mindset. And impact your heart and spirit too.

First, write your affirmations down.

Then, read them to yourself. Outloud.

In doing affirmations this way, you’re telling your mind and body, “This is who I am and this is how it is.”

Then you surrender this to God (connecting with the spiritual part of you) so that what you’ve written, spoken and affirmed becomes your new state of being. You can incorporate simple affirmations to your daily meditation practice to get these beliefs deeper into your subconscious mind too.

Another key way to use affirmations is to record yourself saying them and looping this recording for a few hours.

Listen to these recordings while you sleep, when your subconscious mind is most open to receiving information. I recommend a few folks like Michael Sealey, Dauchsy, and Dylan James’ work on Youtube for great recordings to use while you sleep.

Some affirmations that work wonders

Here are a few of the affirmations I’ve used to completely change my life. The first three have been instrumental in healing from heartbreak and overcoming life-long codependency.

  • “I am Love.”
  • “I believe in me.”
  • “I am chosen.”
  • “I am strong.”
  • “I Love myself exactly as I am.”
  • “I am experiencing my dreams coming true.”

There’s a great list of affirmations that work incredibly well inside my book, Be Solid: How To Go Through Hell & Come Out Whole. Plus a more detailed method for how to use them in your life to bring healing from heartbreak, confidence, change your self-concept, and much more.

Another great place to use affirmations is when you go for a walk or workout. Let your mind absorb these empowering beliefs while your body releases tension. I’ve put together a great affirmation mix for you here:

This is self-Love put into practice

Affirming to yourself is simply changing your inner story. This changes your subconscious thoughts and patterns which leads you to naturally taking more empowering actions.

Which changes and transforms your life. How can you use this tool to transform your life? Even if affirmations are something you’ve never tried, I’m happy to walk with you through a short process of how to implement this into your life. 

Totally free. We can talk over coffee and share some affirmation insights with each other.

Set up a time for us to chat now right here.