Motivational Affirmations


Below are some helpful affirmations I attained this past summer from reading The Science of Success, The Secret To Getting What You Want by Wallace D. Wattles. The theory, the law of attraction, behind this book has revolutionized my perspective on life and success. I use this principle when I’m having a rough day or losing sight of what’s pulling me to achieve my goals. I look to these truths and am always rejuvenated to let go of what’s holding me back.

I hope these quotes will assist you in gaining the clarity you might be searching for in your journey. Enjoy…

  • “A man’s way of doing things is the direct result of the way he thinks about things.”
  • “By thought, the thing you want is brought to you. By action, you receive it.”
  • “Do not try to do great things until you are ready to go about them in a great way. Do not be in a hurry to get to great things. Doing great things will not make you great, but becoming great will certainly lead you to the doing of great things. Begin to be great where you are and in the things you do everyday, every minute, every hour and every second.”
  • “Greatness is attained only by the thinking of great thoughts.”
  • “Nature is formed for the advancement of life; its impelling motive is the increase of life.”
  • “The universe desires you to have everything you want to have.”
  • “It is essential to his happiness that he should continually advance.”
  • “The very best thing you can do for the whole world is to make the most of yourself.”
  • “You must get rid of the thought of competition.  You are to create, not to compete for what is already created.”
  • “To fix your attention on the best is to surround yourself with the best, and to become the best.”
  • “The Creative Power within us makes us into the image of that to which we give our attention.”
  • “You must form a clear and definite mental picture of what you want; you cannot transmit an idea unless you have it yourself.”
  • “All you need is to know what you want, and to want it badly enough so that it will stay in your thoughts.”
  • “It is by your will that you determine upon what things your attention shall be fixed.”
  • “Do not merely think that you are great; think that you are great now. Do not think that you will begin to act in a great way at some future time; begin now.”
  • “Get rich; that is the best way you can help the poor.”
  • “The struggle for power is the battle of the competitive world, and you must rise above that world and its motives and aspirations and seek only for the fulfillment of life.”
  • “Cast out envy; you can have all that you want, and you need not envy any man what he has. See to it that you do not hold malice or enmity toward anyone; to do so cuts you off from the mind whose treasures you seek to make your own.”
  • “Give every man more in use value than you take from him in cash value; then you are adding to the life of the world by every business transaction”
  • “When you make a failure it is because you have not asked for enough. Keep on, and a larger thing than you were seeking will certainly come to you.”
  • “Do not talk about your greatness; you are really, in essential nature, no greater than those around you.”
  • “You must cease from looking at human mistakes and look at successes; cease from seeing faults and see virtues.”
  • “A thought-form held in thinking substance is a reality; it is a real thing, whether it has yet become visible to mortal eye or not.”
  • “If you desire a thing, picture it clearly and hold the picture steadily in mid until it becomes a definite thought-form.”
  • “Whatever you habitually think yourself to be, that you are. You must form, now, a greater and better habit; you must form a conception of yourself as a being of limitless power, and habitually think that you are that being. It is the habitual, not the periodical thought that decides your destiny.”
  • “You are not mentally developed by what you read, but by what you think about what you read.”
  • The brain does not make the man; the man makes the brain.
  • “Faith—not a faith in one’s self or in one’s own powers but faith in principle; in the Something Great which upholds right, and which may be relied upon to give us the victory in due time. Without this faith it is not possible for any one to rise to real greatness.”
  • “There is, as Emerson says, some central idea or conception of yourself by which all the facts of your life are arranged and classified. Change this central idea and you change the arrangement or classification of all the fact and circumstances of your life.”
  • “This must be your point of view: that the world and all it contains is perfect, though not completed.”
  • “You must learn to see men and women…as perfect beings advancing to become complete.”
  • “There are no evil people; there are perfectly good people who are of the track, but they do not need condemnation or punishment; they only need to get upon the rails again.”
  • “Abandon everything you have outgrown.”
  • “You still indulge in distrustful fears that things will go wrong, or that people will betray you, or mistreat you; get above all of them.”
  • “Close your ears to all adverse suggestions. Never mind if people call you a fool and a dreamer. Dream on.”
  • “Hurry is a manifestation of fear; he who fears not has plenty of time. If you at with perfect faith in your own perceptions of truth, you will never be too late or too early; and nothing will go wrong.”
  • “When you feel deeply that a certain act is the right act, do it and have perfect faith that the consequences will be good.”
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