YouCantMissThis.com- By Bones Rodriguez: AMAZING AFFIRMATIONS! The Affirmations Workbook That You LOVE Writing In Everyday!

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

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AMAZING AFFIRMATIONS! The Affirmations Workbook That You LOVE Writing In Everyday!

If you are someone who has:
....but are still looking for some results:

This blog post is for you.

After having read a ton of books, and done a ton of exercises, and gone to a ton of seminars, I have figured out that there's really only one message any of us really need to cement into our unconscious:

"I LOVE MYSELF".

That's it.

Just one.

You want more? Great.

This is the only one that makes any real difference.

  • Are you anorexic? You need to love yourself
  • Are you an alcoholic? You need to love yourself
  • Scared of the opposite sex? You need to love yourself
  • Want too much sex? You need to love yourself
  • Addicted to some behavior you don't want anymore?
  • You're an actor, and you think enough applause will make the difference? 
YOU NEED TO LOVE YOURSELF

And you probably don't.

Worse than that, you probably hate yourself on some level for some reason.

Or at least dislike.

You like other people, even love other people.

Despite the common misconception that you have to love yourself before you can love another, I'm sure you DO love other people.

And you're a lot nicer to them than you are to yourself, because for one reason or another, you don' think you deserve it.

All this means is that you would be better off if you loved yourself.

But to actually work to love yourself, and believe it, you need to be BRAINWASHED. 

Brainwashed Into saying and believing:

"I LOVE MYSELF"

You need to brainwash yourself into loving yourself.

Do it for yourself.

Or, if that's not good enough reason for you yet, do it for the people you love who love you- even though you don't deserve their love.

In fact- if you WANT to deserve their love, then go ahead and love yourself for THEIR sake.

At least until you are done brainwashing yourself.

But how do you do it?

One day, while watching THE SIMPSONS, I saw Bart Simpson writing on the chalkboard, just like the beginning of every episode.




But this time, it hit me!

I should be WRITING out my ONE single affirmation over and over until it is cemented in my brain.

Seems dumb.

Seems stupid.

Seems too simple.

Don't I need to meditate, and "reach my inner child", and "leave those conversations behind", and walk through fire, and dance and sing and shout?

Maybe, but that's not what this is.

This is ONE simple, ROTE method for changing the ONE belief that makes any damn difference.

***Here's what you do:

Get a pack of cheap 8x11 notebooks from Amazon, or staples, or wherever:


Write in the front cover: "I LOVE MYSELF" The Affirmation Workbook I LOVE Writing In Everyday":




Then turn to page 1, and write "I love myself" in three columns, down the page, about 100 times.

Everyday.

Just sit there, and write it.

You may want to say it aloud as you write it, you may want to sing it. That's fine too.

If you had a third hand, you could tap your meridian points too. 

But you probably don't.

I have no fancy words for it other than to tell you that it's the simplest, easiest, way I have ever seen to get some amazing results.

But they all say that, right?

Well, here's the thing- if you just WRITE IN THIS BOOK like its a TASK (which it is) it will work for you:




No unconscious audios, no communing with spirit, just ROTE, MECHANICAL actions.

You can do that, can't you?

Not sure? Then your first 100 writings will be "I Can Do This".

And just so you know that I am doing it too:



And you know what? 

At first, it was weird.

Then it was fun, and novel.

Then it was dumb.

And now I look forward to it.

Everyday.

It takes 7 minutes.

Not 5, not 10, but about 7 minutes.

You can take your time, or you can rush.

If you miss a day, you just pick up where ou left off.

No "makeups" unless you want to punish yourself.

But someone who loves themselves wouldn't punish themselves over something so dumb as writing "I love myself" in a book over and over.

Besides, is that a punishment?

It's a statement of fact.

Or is it?

If not, I have a great ROTE task for you....

Jump up to the ***Here's What You Do section....

and repeat.

Because it's the Affirmation Workbook You LOVE To Write In Everyday!

Let me know how you like it! Post pictures, videos, whatever!