The science says, “Self-affirmation activates brain systems associated with self-related processing and reward and is reinforced by future orientation.” This human mental capability is applied in hyper-learning by affirming a new state of being, reinforced by repetition and thought leader collaboration.
Self-affirmation theory posits that people are motivated to maintain a positive self-view and that threats to perceived self-competence are met with resistance. When threatened, self-affirmations can restore self-competence by allowing individuals to reflect on sources of self-worth, such as core values. Many questions exist, however, about the underlying mechanisms associated with self-affirmation.
Instead of worrying about what you cannot control, shift your energy to what you can create.
― Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart.