Updated: Jul 30, 2020
Affirmations are positive statements that can help you to challenge and overcome self sabotaging and negative thoughts. When you repeat them often and believe in them, you can start to make positive changes.
They are used to reprogram the subconscious mind, to encourage us to believe certain things about ourselves or about the world and our place within it. They may be used used to help us create the reality we want, often in terms of attracting the energy we desire like abundance, love and happiness.
It works by choose what you want to expand upon and find the words that resonate. Then repeat to the affirmation to yourself throughout your day. Use an affirmation that you want to manifest, that you feel your lacking or need to strength beliefs around. You can use "I am" to connect fully with what you're affirming. In the past I've incorporated affirmations in our Chakra balancing and heart healing meditations.....Did you notice?
Self-affirmation may also help to mitigate the effects of stress. Research on affirmations has shown to be successfully treat people with low self-esteem, depression, and other mental health conditions. Work with affirmations to change an old belief and also to reinforce the positive. Even if the affirmation does not seem presently true working with it and envisioning it as true, can help it's manifestation The mind is a powerful tool.
Affirmation statements usually target a specific area, behavior or belief that you're struggling with. The following points can help you to write the affirmation statement that best fits your needs.
Think about the areas of your life that you'd like to change. For instance, do you wish that you had more patience? Or deeper relationships with your friends and colleagues? Or would you like a more productive workday? Write down several areas or behaviors that you'd like to work on. Be sure that they are compatible with your core values and the things that most matter to you, so that you'll feel genuinely motivated to achieve them.
Be sure that your affirmation is credible and achievable. Base it on a realistic assessment of the facts. For instance, imagine that you're unhappy with the level of pay that you currently receive. You could use affirmations to raise your confi