One should never use an affirmation unless it is absolutely satisfying and convincing to his own consciousness, and often an affirmative is changed to suit different people.
The following has brought success to many:
“I have a wonderful work, in a wonderful way; I give wonderful service, for wonderful pay!”
I gave the first two lines to one of my students, and she added the last two.
It made a most powerful statement, as there should always be perfect payment for perfect service, and a rhyme sinks easily into the subconscious. She went about singing it aloud and soon did receive wonderful work in a wonderful way, and gave wonderful service for wonderful pay.
Another student, a business man, took it, and changed the word work to business.
He repeated, “I have a wonderful business, in a wonderful way, and I give wonderful service for wonderful pay.” That afternoon he made a forty-one-thousand dollar deal, though there had been no activity in his affairs for months.
Every affirmation must be carefully worded and completely “cover the ground.”
I knew a woman, who was in great need, and made a demand for work. She received a great deal of work, but was never paid anything. She now knows to add, “wonderful service for wonderful pay.”
It is man’s divine right to have plenty! More than enough!
“His barns should be full, and his cup should flow over!” This is God’s idea for man, and when man breaks down the barriers of lack in his own consciousness, the Golden Age will be his, and every righteous desire of his heart fulfilled!