Set your intentions!
Write affirmations in the present tense. Affirmations get their energy by producing feelings. It is this energy which extends outward to create change
Always keep your affirmations positive. It is not that we do not know the meaning of negative words or contradictions. Negative words evoke a very different feeling from positive words.
When writing affirmations, be completely focused on your target feeling. Writing with a negative slant focuses on your current situation that you would like to change rather than focus on your desired outcome.
- Intention: Lose Weight
- Affirmation (with negative wording): I am not fat!
- The focus is on fat which creates a negative feeling.
- Positive Affirmation: I am slim!
- The focus is on slim which creates a positive feeling.
Even though both affirmations point to the end result of weight loss, they create different imagery & feelings.
Writing affirmations brings a tremendous amount of clarity and focus to what you truly want. Take your time and really set your affirmations to immediately shift your feelings.
Make sure you write affirmations in your speaking style. We all talk to ourselves all day long. We each have a certain tone that we use to address our individual self. It is this voice that we trust and believe in; it has created our reality so far.
We are not easily fooled. If you write affirmations to be anything but authentically you, you will not feel the affirmation and dismiss the message.
For me the affirmation: “I am united in my knowingness that I am a whole and radiantly beautiful person.” is too wordy and flowery for my self-talk. It would just not be believed. I need something more down to earth.
Something so simple like “ You’re gorgeous” or “ Love” will do wonders.
It is authentic and it is you.
Write from your heart and your authentic voice will revel itself.
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