Quick – Develop A 100% Positive Self-Image – Affirmations

by Jeff Staniforth on October 20, 2011

Quick - Develop A 100% Positive Self-Image - Affirmations

Affirmations – Quick – Develop A 100% Positive Self-Image – Affirmations by Jeff Staniforth and Dr. Jay Polmar.

Description: Life is full of challenges and occasions for learning. These events may leave scars for the unprepared; and many of us are deeply wounded. A tarnished self image is terrible, as it tends to breed more bad encounters. Polish yourself image by focusing on the following positive affirmations. Remember that a bright coin brings good luck.

Sample Affirmations:

  • I exude total self-confidence, I am a leader
  • I am focused and attuned to my goals
  • I am a winner
  • I am brilliant, capable and unlimited
  • I take the right action
  • I believe in myself

Sample MP3:

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Running Time:19 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.

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Special Price: $14.95
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Standard Edition & Silent EditionMP3 Audio (Instant download)
Regular Price: $35.90
Special Price: $22.00
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Words to Consider:

Relentless, repetitive self talk is what changes our self-image.
– Denis Waitley

Our self image, strongly held, essentially determines what we become
– Maxwell Maltz

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