Not Every Affirmation Works

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Creating effective affirmations is an art.

People talk about affirmations as if they are a household word nowadays. And perhaps they are. But, if they are not configured properly, they will be ineffective. Creating effective and successful affirmations must follow certain guidelines. Dr. Anne Kunath’s “How to Create Effective Affirmations” Teleseminar on May 4th, 2006 gives you those parameters. She explains not only the reason but also the reasoning behind the rules.

An affirmation is something declared to be true; a positive statement or judgment; it is a form of autosuggestion in which a statement of a desirable intention is deliberately repeated in order to implant it in the mind. Using affirmations to reprogram your subconscious mind is almost a way of life for very successful people. Affirmations really do change lives.

Often they are ineffective and the people trying them give up and then become extremely discouraged and begin to “bad mouth” affirmations, stating they are all ‘hype’. That’s not true. If the unsuccessful affirmations were examined for structure and content, obvious errors would be illuminated immediately. The most common error is not putting the statement in the present tense. “I will do x,y,z” does NOT direct the subconscious to achieve the goal. The subconscious mind does not understand the future.

Sometimes people find themselves in a new job and still are not happy. The major cause of this is not being specific enough about what they want. It’s not enough to just demand a better job. The subconscious mind doesn’t know what the person means by “better”. Does that mean more pay? Friendlier people to work with? Less miles to travel? What? These “orders” to the subconscious MUST be specific. Dr. Kunath teaches what to focus on and then how to fit the results of that focus into the statements so that the subconscious mind simply follows along. The affirmation must be like a drill sergeant. It has to direct the recruit (the subconscious) exactly where and when to go and what to do. If it doesn’t, the recruit can wander off into just about anywhere.

Dr. Kunath (working in conjunction with Getting Unstuck, LLC) has operated her own church for the past 31 years. The New Thought movement uses affirmations as a mainstay of cementing beliefs. Dr. Kunath has probably more experience than most people in the world creating powerful statements for people. In the past she’s produced personalized affirmations for hundreds of people looking to improve their lives.

On May 4th, 2006 Dr. Kunath will conduct a 60-70 minute teleseminar, “How to Create Effective Affirmations” at 5 p.m. Pacific, 7 p.m. Central, 8 p.m. Eastern. She will provide a step by step process not only for putting the words together but also for deciding specific goals and desired results. She will give examples of poorly constructed statements and transform them into extremely successful ones.

Anyone interested in learning the magic of making powerful affirmations should join Dr. Kunath on Tuesday, May 4th 2006. Registration is at . Future teleseminars can be found at .

Dr. Terrie Wurzbacher can be contacted for more information about the series. MP3s and e-books of the previous calls are available.

Dr. Terrie Wurzbacher (Getting Unstuck, LLC) is producing Dr. Kunath’s teleseminars. Dr. Kunath and Dr. Wurzbacher conduct weekly New Thought Teleseminars. The audience for this San Antonio based company has spread as far as Canada at this point. Upcoming teleseminars will focus on Emmet Fox.

About Dr. Anne Kunath

Dr. Anne Kunath founded The Church of Today in San Antonio, TX, 31 years ago and has been its minister ever since. She serves on the Executive Board of the International New Thought Alliance (INTA) and is their 2006 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient. She travels all over the country lecturing on every aspect of New Thought. She has authored several books and is the President of the United Divine Science Ministerial School in San Antonio, TX.


Dr. Terrie Wurzbacher

Getting Unstuck, LLC



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