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How To Make Your Own Affirmations Audio (Tutorial)

For us to grow and live life with a greater level of fulfilment, happiness, and success - we must be able to change our inner world. That’s because our outer world is a direct reflection of our inner world. Our inner world is where all of our results stem from. In this post, I am going to show you how to make your own affirmations audio file, so that you can begin to reprogram your subconscious mind, and to create a better life for yourself.

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What is an audio affirmation?

An audio affirmation is a positive statement that is either spoken out loud or listened to from an external audio source. The purpose of the affirmation is to affirm a new empowering belief so that the individual can think, feel, and act differently in their life.

How do I make an audio affirmation?

Step 1

Get super clear on what it is you want to affirm.

You must know what it is you want to affirm.

(Hint: It’s most likely the opposite of what you don’t feel happy about in yourself)

I would recommend going over the free belief blueprint that I created. This will help you identify some limitations and help you get clear on some new ones.

Step 2

Write down your new empowering affirmations and practice them.

The reason I say this is because when we get to the recording phase, you want to believe and feel them. If you do it with uncertainty and a lack of energy, you won’t believe it. Therefore, it won't have the same impact.

Discover the secrets to effortlessly reprogram your mind with your own voice.

Step 3

Gather your equipment and software

You’ll need a microphone to record your voice with, some music to use, and software or an app to edit the masterpiece with. You can do this completely free or you can spend a little money to get higher quality.

Audio equipment

Software

Step 4

Find some empowering music

Find some music to use for your audio affirmations. You can find free sources and paid ones, depending on the level of quality you prefer. A simple Google search will help you find some, but I have listed a couple below.


1. YouTube Audio Library (Free)

Once you go to the YouTube library, you’ll see this screen. From here, you can search in playlists and look at specific genres of music.

Then, find something that resonates with you.

Once you find a song you like, follow the instructions from the YouTube description box. It will provide a download link and information about it's free usage.

2. DL Sounds (Paid)

If you want to step it up and find something super specific, DL Sounds offer a variety of ambient, hypnosis, relaxation, and other similar music.


This isn't free, but definitely worth considering if you want to add something extra and powerful.

Step 5

Record your voice

I recommend doing all of the recordings with your headphones in to avoid any background noise or interference. This is especially true if you want to listen to music while recording your voice. I find this can help get you into the ideal state.

(Screenshot of Audacity)

Step 6

Add the music and edit the audio affirmations

If you want to get a little more advanced, you can play around with some of the sound effects. You might want to remove any background noise or add a little reverb. This isn’t essential by any means. As long as when you listen, you feel a positive emotional response.

Step 7

Export and listen

Export the file as an MP3 and put it on your phone, or somewhere that you can listen to it easily. That’s it.

FAQs

Do Subliminals work best with your own voice?

If you can get into a state of certainty, confidence, and excitement, your affirmations can be life-changing. We don’t just take in other people’s opinions and limiting beliefs. We often have a lot of negative self-talk. And the opinion you have of yourself is more powerful than that of any other person. So I'd say, yes! Yes they do!

When you believe and feel the way you want, your life will get better.

And remember - Feeling is the secret. Just as Neville Goddard talks about in his book.

Does listening to affirmations work best while sleeping?


There is a belief among some people that listening to affirmations while sleeping can be an effective way to reprogram the subconscious mind. However, there is little scientific evidence to support this claim.

While it is true that the subconscious mind is more receptive to suggestion during periods of relaxation and sleep, there is no guarantee that listening to affirmations while sleeping will produce the desired results. Some experts suggest that the subconscious mind may filter out external stimuli during sleep, making it less likely that affirmations will be fully absorbed and integrated.

Additionally, listening to affirmations while sleeping may not be the most practical or convenient approach for many people. It may be difficult to find comfortable headphones or speakers that won't disrupt sleep, and the quality of the audio may be diminished by the ambient sounds in the sleeping environment.

That being said, I believe it could be a powerful way to shift your old programming because your mind has no ability to reject the ideas.


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Paul Wadsworth

Paul Wadsworth is a transformational mind, body, and lifestyle coach in Vancouver BC. He helps people worldwide to reinvent themselves physically, mentally, and emotionally, so they can live with more energy, confidence, and clarity.

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  1. I don't have time to read right now but I can already see this is one of the most detailed directions I've ever seen. I didn't see though when I skipped to the end exactly how to put this recording on loop so I can play it repeatedly while sleeping. I've tried to find this for hours but haven't yet (although I feel confident that you know how).

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