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The law of attraction is based on the idea that everything in the universe has a polarity, meaning that everything - from the food you eat to the people you talk to, to the things you say to the things you think - contains either a positive or a negative kind of energy. Notice that being with people who complain or rant a lot tends to make you feel bad, even though you're not exactly experiencing what they're going through - that's the law of attraction working its magic. When you focus on negative stuff, then more negative stuff will happen to you. On the other hand, when you focus on positive stuff, then more positive stuff will happen to you.

Fortunately, there is a way to manipulate the law of attraction and make it work for you: by changing your beliefs, using the power of positive affirmation. Positive affirmations give you a fresh pair of eyes to see the world and therefore give you courage to achieve a lot of things you never knew were possible.

©2016 Stephens Hyang (P)2016 Stephens Hyang

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Works if you play it every day & night

Put together different than most. Great to play as "background" during the day then fall asleep to it. Nudges me along.

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Keep a Cleaner House Affirmations: Effective

I find "Keep a Cleaner House Affirmations" by Stephens Hyang an excellent fit for my needs. The slow narration works like a mantra for me, and the gentle background music makes concentrating on it very pleasant. Robert Gazy's narration lacks the nasality present in many voices, including my own, and I wish I could train my voice to be as easy to listen to as his is.

When working on a mule to get it to do your bidding, you may offer it a carrot, you may beat it with a stick.

Often "the stick" approach has been used to counter mulish resistance to housecleaning. It does have its place.

Nevertheless, this version of "the carrot" approach has been very helpful to me in working against a well-entrenched reluctance not only to clean my living space, but to keep it clean.

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Why does this man speak so slowly?

It’s almost as if each syllable takes twice as long say with this narration. Even speeding it up didn’t help it. I sped it up in the “first chapter” to normalize his pace. The “second chapter” somehow slowed down again, even with the already increased speed. This means that he would have had to have slowed his enunciations even more. Why?? As an Asian-American, this reminds me of when someone thinks speaking in drawn out, over enunciated sentences will help non-English speakers understand what the heck they’re saying.

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Great for refresh on affirmations

I laughed at first at the straight forwardness, “I enjoy vaccuuming.” But as a person who lives with clutter and hates it - it was really effective - I find myself repeating them with a smile during the day as my house gets less and less cluttered.

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I love it and I get things done while listening to it; I've done laundry this morning listening to it and I did the dishes.

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Subliminal cleaning messages not so helpful

I wanted ideas of how to keep a clean home with children living in it. How to positively teach them to work. Subliminal messages was not helpful.

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  • Liz Tucker
  • 02-08-17

Good

Easy to follow and although some of the affirmations may sound daft, they did help change my perspective on cleaning my house. the book also gives useful advice on using affirmations for goals in other areas of life too

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  • Samson
  • 05-10-19

The motivator.

I will try anything to maintain a clean and tidy environment. As the saying goes "cleanliness is next to godliness."