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Affirmations are one of the favorite tools for reprogramming our minds and shifting our lives
And one of the best things about them is that you can easily make personal ones align with what you're trying to achieve.
To help you, here are 5 tips for making empowering affirmations that hit the spot every time.
Start with the words, "I Am”
These two words are extremely powerful, as your brain knows you're referring to yourself.
Starting your affirmative statements with these two words will give your subconscious mind clarity and belief that whatever comes after them is your reality.
Write in the present tense
When you recite them in the present tense, you're reassuring yourself that you believe that whatever is in your affirmation is factual and real right now.
Keep it positive
Avoid words with negative connotations like not to, don’t, can’t, doubt, etc. Our minds tend to focus more on these words instead of omitting them.
Make them short and clear
Remember that the main purpose of an affirmation is for you to be able to picture it and ingrain it into your mind. So when creating a statement, make it direct and specific.
Make it exciting
When creating affirmations, you want to create positive, self-affirming, self-empowering statements that uplift and inspire you. So make sure you add fun and exciting words like, "I am enjoying making PhP 100,000 a year."
Remember to practice them daily, and any time you need a boost of encouragement and motivation.
Cheering you on!
To a better you!
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Hi, I'm Ralph Gregore Masalihit!
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