Why 30 Day Affirmations Fail and 40 Day Programs Succeed

Why 30 Day Affirmations Fail and 40 Day Programs Succeed

To affirm means to strengthen by repetition. Repetition is the heartbeat of affirmation. It is not only the mother of learning; it is also the mother of mastering any skill and making it permanent. Whatever you affirm, you re-affirm, and whatever you affirm, you affirm. An affirmation is a version of a confession of positive belief aimed at reprogramming your mind for personal success. Your affirmations are powerful tools for personal development, self-direction, and self-achievement. This is an integral part of the law of meditation. You only affirm principles or programs that you know to be true; otherwise, your rational (conscious) mind and your unconscious (subconscious) mind will be in conflict, thus denying the manifestation of your desire or whatever you program for your life. Your mouth should be in line with your head and your head should be in line with your heart.

Although psychologists theorize that it takes 21 days to form a habit, this seems to have a high failure rate. Thirty days seems to give a better result. However, the best result is achieved when the validation is extended to forty days. This is the subject of this affirmative article.

Jack Canfield in his book “The principles of success” claims that affirmations take 30 days to work. Yet we have noticed a high failure rate with 30-day affirmations. Why is that? The intended answer is the revealed secret of divine success: The Holy Bible. As Albert Einstein said, “say to me the mind of God and all other things are details.”

In the supernatural and in this life, timing can be everything. Time is a part of life and the laws of life are the laws of success. Time is a capsule containing a series of events. Thirty day affirmations are 10 days less than 40, and therefore 30 has a higher failure rate than 40. In the Bible, God uses 40 (days, weeks, or years) when He decides to make major changes or transition periods. The number 40 signifies periods of transformations, trial, testing and trial.

For example, the life of the prophet Moses, who wrote the first five books of the Bible, is divided into three segments of forty years. The first 40 years were development and maturation. The second 40 years of his life were for processing and learning. The last 40 years have been about governance or leadership. Moses also spent 40 days without food on Mount Sinai when he received the 10 commandments from God. Noah’s flood lasted 40 days. The children of Israel wandered for 40 days in the desert before reaching the promised land. It looks like we need 40 days before we get to the promised land. Prophet Elijah also went to Mount Sinai with the power of the food he ate 40 days ago to meet the Lord. The Lord Jesus fasted for 40 days and 40 nights before he was tempted by the devil in the wilderness. After the resurrection, the Lord waits 40 days on earth before ascending to heaven. The full gestation period in humans is also 40 weeks.

Yes, it takes 40 days to print the message or program your spiritual hard drive for change to occur and results to manifest. Otherwise, you get a partial result or no success. This is why most 30-day affirmations or positive recognitions fail because they are not long enough to imprint automatic behaviors that drive success.

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