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The Daily Affirmations are from Paul C. Bragg's book AWAKEN HEALTH & HAPPINESS which is a year long program for purifying our minds, bodies, and souls in order to tap into the Force of Nature. By tapping into this magnificent source, which nurtures and maintains balance in the entire universe, we can indeed make the most of our lives, and fulfill our Ultimate Potential as Human Beings.

The Affirmation Program is categorized by Season, and sub-categorized by Month. What follows on this page are the teachings for the current Season and Month.

Paul's instructions for using the affirmations: "The first step in achieving a firm relationship with the Divine Flow of Power is to go into silence.  You can obtain Divine silence any place in the world.  No dark room is necessary.  All earthly disturbances must be banished.  Close your mind to outside influences and start to commune with your spirit.  In other words, contact the Divine Flow, which is ever-present, just as the ether waves of radio are always in the air.  Shut out all other thoughts and forces.  Repeat the affirmation for the day indicated.  Read it with the consciousness and the faith that you are pouring out your soul to the Divine Creator.  Be positive.  Repeat every word either orally or mentally.  Linger on each word.  Put behind it every ounce of energy you have.  Make this a living part of you.  Make the affirmation vibrate with every beat of your heart.

Let no one disturb you.  If necessary, stop on a corner of the busiest streets and, putting your hand in the hand of the Divine Presence, repeat at least 100 times the affirmation given for the day." 


SPRING – The Renaissance

THE COMING OF SPRING means the rebirth of all life in Nature. Seeds that have lain dormant all winter suddenly push up in vigorous shoots. Trees that have been stark and bare during the cold months suddenly display a beautiful new cloak of young green leaves. All life seems to gain renewed enthusiasm. As one of our great poets, James russel Lowell has said, " Every clod feels a stir of might, an instinct within it that reaches and towers, and groping blindly above it for light, climbs to a soul in grass and in flowers."

From all the forces of nature displayed in such remarkable evidence of the Creator’s plans for a refreshed life and spirit at this season, the individual should take his lesson. We have cleansed our body, our mind, and our spirit, and now we are ready for that greatest of miracles – the rebirth of the soul, the awakening of the heart, and the new delight and vigor of the body.



The Esthetic Sense

"When a man proceeding onward from terrestrial things by the right way of loving, once comes to sight of that Beauty, he is not far from his goal. And this is the right way . . . he should begin by loving earthly things for the sake of the absolute loveliness, ascending to that, as it were, by degrees or steps, from the first to the second, and thence to all fair forms; and from fair forms to fair conduct, and from fair conduct to fair principles, until from fair principles he finally arrives at the ultimate principle of all and learns what absolute beauty is. This life, if any life at all is worth living, is the life that a man should live, in the contemplation of absolute Beauty." -- Plato: Symposium

THE WORLD IS full to overflowing with beauty. How many of us are aware of it? How many of us delight in it or find solace for the spirit, inspiration for the mind, and harmony for the body? It is a great blessing to know that the beauty of the world can never fail us. The sunrise has never failed us in all our lives. Sometimes the dark clouds may obscure the sunrise, but we know that it is there. We must know how to pierce the dark clouds-how to escape through confusion and bewilderment to reach the true light of beauty. A keen development of the esthetic sense will bring to us great intellectual pleasure, which often is the medium for great achievement, whether it be financial or mental. There is no art too simple to engender the esthetic feeling. The very art of rebuilding the body and reawakening its beauty is a true key to the esthetic world. The body can only be as beautiful as we make it, and it is certainly obvious that we cannot make it so if we do not understand beauty itself.


"My new beauty will come from strength, just as the torrents rushing over Niagara."

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