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Video 6, Week Three


I did not carry through with an important thought…I interrupted myself (oops) and, since I’ve not yet learned to add-in-words on these videos, I moved on with the instructions. Here’s that thought: I like how there is an affirmation on one side and a condensed version of the affirmation on the other side because it reaffirms the new story you’re telling yourself in two ways: Way one—you are imprinting it to your brain in two different ways which enhances the forming of your new way of thinking. AND Way two—the very act of creating the condensed version for side two forces you to really think and affirm exactly how you are wanting to “flip” the old story into the new, positive story. Simple,yet oh-so-powerful.

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