9 Things I Learned From Using Affirmations On A Daily Basis
You might or you might not be familiar with affirmations; either way, it is ok as I will share with you what affirmations are and 9 things I have learned from using affirmations on a daily basis.
An affirmation in simple terms is:
A positive message we tell ourselves to empower ourselves.
How do you create an affirmation?
There isn’t a right or wrong way to say an affirmation*; though there are some guidelines:
- It should be stated in the present,
- It should be positive, and
- It should be meaningful to us.
*If you are familiar with Goal Setting, you will notice that there are some similarities; affirmations are very powerful when paired with our goals.
These are the 9 things I have learned from using affirmations on a daily basis:
- It has allowed me to understand that I can create endless and infinite possibilities in my life.
- I have learned that by saying my affirmations daily and out loud I am able to picture myself achieving my goals.
- I have learned that my language has a powerful impact on how I see my reality.
- Saying affirmations in front of the mirror first thing in the morning, or before an event helps to relax me and to focus.
- Affirmations have helped me reprogramme some of my limiting beliefs around my goals.
- I have learned that having a daily ritual helps to keep me in the right track.
- I have learned that I am in control of my outcomes.
- I have learned that I can share with others my deepest desires and wishes, and make them part of it.
- I have learned that saying an affirmation out load I am declaring that I am committed to create the life I want.
Each and every day brings new opportunities and it is up to us whether we embrace them or not.
I have found that having tools that empower us is a great way to head towards those opportunities with open arms and give them our best.
Have you used affirmations before?
Care to share what you have learned from using them?
I would love to hear from you, feel free to comment at the end this post.
Till next time,