Having A Creative Mindset – Affirmations

by Jeff Staniforth on September 27, 2011

Having A Creative Mindset - Affirmations

Affirmations – Having A Creative Mindset – Affirmations by Jeff Staniforth and Dr. Jay Polmar.

Description: Developing a mindset for creativity is no easy task. However, there are ways for you to get around the difficulty of mental block. Get your inspiration from everyday things – from the magnificent to the mundane. Set up your very own stock of idea. Be open to new, strange and different things, you never know what you are going to end up with. Select one or two affirmations and work them daily to start realising a creative mindset.

Sample Affirmations:

  • I welcome creativity into my life
  • I meditate on questions, knowing a solution will come
  • I receive ideas easily and effortlessly
  • My thoughts evolve and expand my boundaries
  • My imagination is powerful and dynamic
  • I express myself freely and creatively in all that I do

Sample MP3:

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Running Time:20 proven powerful and effective affirmations repeated for 30 minutes

We have 2 editions:

  1. The Standard edition – enables you to hear the positive affirmations and music while you listen to the audio.
  2. The Silent Edition – you do not hear the affirmations – just the music. The affirmations are masked by the soothing sound of music. Note: With the The Silent Edition you also receive a copy of all the affirmations used in the recording.

Standard Edition: MP3 Audio (Instant download)
Regular Price: $17.95
Special Price: $14.95
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Silent Edition: MP3 Audio (Instant download)
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Or Get Both Versions and SAVE $13.90

Standard Edition & Silent EditionMP3 Audio (Instant download)
Regular Price: $35.90
Special Price: $22.00
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Words to Consider:

To think creatively, we must be able to look afresh at what we normally take for granted.
– George Kneller

What we call creative work, ought not to be called work at all, because it is not. I imagine that Thomas Edison never did a days work in his last fifty years.
– Stephen B. Leacock

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