4 Secret Ingredients To Make Affirmations Work Faster For You

Given the prevalence of spirituality and mindfulness in today’s society, it is safe to say that nearly everyone is familiar with affirmations. However, while affirmations have gained widespread recognition, not everyone knows how to effectively use them or maximize their potential.

People often say their affirmations without really believing them or sometimes feel like they are doing it out of compulsion and use inappropriate words like “I will” or “I want” which have the opposite effect.

So, how do you speed up affirmations and make them work faster? Here are four “secret ingredients” that are guaranteed to speed up your manifestation process.

Believe in Your Affirmations

It may sound corny, but without faith, nothing is possible. If there is no faith in a relationship, there is no love. If you don’t believe in yourself, it’s hard to overcome obstacles. And if you say affirmations without faith, it’s like saying empty words into the air.

Belief is the cornerstone of any successful affirmation practice. When you repeat an affirmation, you have to have genuine faith in the statement you are affirming. Believing strongly sends a powerful message to your subconscious mind, allowing for transformation and growth to take place on a deeper level.

To strengthen your belief in your affirmations, start by choosing statements that resonate deeply with you. They should be specific, positive, and aligned with your goals. For example, instead of saying, “I want to lose weight,” try “I am becoming healthier and more energetic every day.”

Another great way to strengthen your faith is to focus on goals you truly believe in. Saying “I’m a millionaire” is hard to believe for many, so choose affirmations like, “I make $5,000 a month,” or “I’m improving my ability to love myself more every day.”

Visualize Your Affirmations

If you are familiar with the law of attraction, then you know that visualization is key in attracting our dreams. But when we say, “visualize your affirmations,” we are specifically referring to visualizing the affirmations themselves and not the ultimate goal or dream.

What this means is simply that every time you close your eyes and say your affirmation, imagine it in front of your closed eyes. You can imagine each letter, word, or whole sentence, depending on how perfect your imagination is.

For an even better effect, imagine your affirmation in colors that correspond with your goal. For example, if you desire money, imagine the text in green. Conversely, if it’s love you’re after, imagine the text in pink or red. And if you desire confidence and healing, visualize that text in bright yellow.

Use Askfirmations

Askfirmations, or affirmations in the form of questions, can be a game-changer in your affirmation practice. Although it is not a new technique, it is not very well known either.

With that being said, askfirmations are positive affirmations in the form of a question. When you ask yourself a question, your mind automatically seeks answers. By framing your affirmations as questions, you prompt your subconscious to actively engage in finding solutions and opportunities.

For instance, instead of stating, “I am confident and successful,” ask, “Why am I so confident and successful in achieving my goals?” This subtle shift encourages your mind to search for evidence and possibilities, reinforcing your belief in the affirmation.

Detach From The Outcome

The final and simultaneously the most challenging stage, yet also the most crucial. Detaching yourself from the end result is an important measure in expediting the effectiveness of affirmations. It entails behaving as though your desired outcome has already occurred. This shift in mindset eliminates the resistance and unease frequently linked to awaiting outcomes.

Live your life as though your affirmation has already come to fruition. Embody the feelings and behaviors associated with your desired reality. This not only accelerates the manifestation process but also aligns your actions with your goals.

For example, if you desire money, feel as if you are already rich. No, it doesn’t mean going shopping and spending money or traveling abroad and then waiting for your next paycheck. We’re talking about feeling like you already have the money you desire.


Affirmations are a powerful yet often overlooked tool for personal growth and transformation. To speed up your affirmations, you have to:

  • believe in them wholeheartedly
  • visualize the desired outcome
  • use askfirmations
  • detach from the outcome

Integrate these actions into your daily routine and see how your affirmations turn into words with power. Trust in the process, and observe as your affirmations manifest into actuality.


  • Mary Catherine White

    Mary Catherine White is a 29-year-old nutritionist who specializes in helping people eat healthier and feel better. She has a passion for helping others, and she firmly believes that good nutrition is the key to a happy, healthy life. Mary Catherine has a degree in nutrition from the University of California, Berkeley, and she has been working as a nutritionist for the past six years. She has experience helping people with a variety of nutritional needs, including weight loss, sports nutrition, and digestive health. In her free time, Mary Catherine enjoys spending time with her friends and family, cooking, and practicing yoga. She is a firm believer in the importance of a healthy lifestyle, and she hopes to help as many people as possible achieve their health and fitness goals.