‘The Power of Spiritual Declarations’ is a practical guide about how to work with Spiritual Declarations for improving one’s life and personal reality.The method was called ‘Scientific Prayer’ by authors such as Dr. Joseph Murphy and I myself called it ‘Creative Prayer’ previously but changed my terminology in order to show to younger people that no affiliation with ritualistic prayers as part of organized religions is meant and needed when doing Spiritual Declarations on a daily basis.The essay is a detailed roadmap that explains all the steps to be taken, and the technique, in order to change your inner program, learning to be persistent in the practice, building faith to attract the good into your life, and more …
by Peter Fritz Walter
What are Spiritual Declarations?
Learn the Technique
Change Your Inner Program
Learn to Be Persistent
Build Faith to Attract the Good
5 Benefits of Practicing Affirmative Declarations
What are Spiritual
An Age-Old Method
The method is age-old. It consists of using the
power of the written and spoken word for creating
and changing reality.
Affirmative declarations bring our organism into a
state of harmony. They create a balance between ra-
tional and intuitive minds, thereby establishing com-
plete mental, emotional and physical health and
All our outward experiences are the result of our
inner attitude projected onto the interface of real life:
the world. Our thought today is our reality tomorrow,
it’s as simple as that.
Affirmative declarations help create positive reali-
ty in doing away with limiting beliefs, and opening
our mind to the reality of abundance.
Learn the Technique
How to Declare Reality?
Best practice is to sit down twice a day in a com-
fortable position, preferably on a sofa or in an arm-
chair, else to lie down on a divan, and to deeply relax
and let go any worries or concerns.
The best moments for declarations are when we
are naturally in the so-called alpha state, a state of
sleepiness and relaxation in which our two brain
hemispheres are more coordinated than usually.
These moments are in the morning immediately
after waking up and in the evening before we fall
asleep, and for those who take an afternoon nap, also
the moment before actually doing the nap, thus after
lunch, when one is in a state of natural relaxation.
At other moments of the day, when time there is
and an undisturbed place, relaxation may be induced
by special brain-coordinating music as I am produc-
ing it myself.
Why do we need to be relaxed, you may ask? We
need to be relaxed for doing affirmative decl