Our personal experiences in life are largely determined by our individual beliefs.  According to recent developments in neuroscience, the human brain develops neuronets from the daily thoughts we process.

Thinking positive is much more than reciting a mantra unconsciously throughout the day, you actually have to “be” that person throughout the day.  Let’s take wealth, for example (who doesn’t want to be wealthy?)  If you make a declarative statement such as “I Am Wealthy”, then you have to live as if you already are “wealthy” every moment of the day.  It’s no good reciting the words “I Am Wealthy” as you are walking to the lunch room and then start to moan and complain to your fellow workmates about how much debt you are in.  You have to walk the talk.

The brain does not know the difference between reality and what you are imagining.

There is sound evidence that thoughts do matter and if we consistently self-correct those old self-destructive thought patterns and replace them with a positive affirmation such as “I Am Wealthy” or “I Have Always Been Wealthy”, subtle changes will begin to occur in your life.  Constant repetition grows new circuits and strengthens the connections in the brain so that we elevate ourselves to a loftier platform in which to express self.  It’s kind of like upgrading a program on your computer.


Personally I have applied these principals in my own day-to-day life and I’ve seen results time and time again.  For this reason I understand the power and value of owning a Positive Affirmation Domain, such as IAmWealthy.com.  What a great way to go about your daily business and be constantly reminded of such great potential.

“You must learn a new way to think before you can master a new way to be.

  ~ Marianne Williamson