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Using Affirmations to Change your Life

Posted: by Jo Friday, 1 October 2021 @ 11:06

An affirmation is a specific type of mantra which often begins with the phrase, 'I am', or ‘I feel’.

It is a positive statement of fact, which you may not at first believe to be true; but repeated daily, will help you to internalise the feeling, and live and breathe the belief. It helps you to act 'as if' something is true, until the words become your reality.

Every philosophy of positive thinking, manifesting, or the law of attraction, includes a belief in the absolute power of affirmations, to help overcome limiting beliefs and change your mindset; or to help you manifest what you want in life.

Some of the most popular self-development authors, such as Louise Hay, Wayne Dyer, Gabriella Bernstein, and classic books such as ‘The Secret’, all emphasise the importance of using affirmations to change your life, and give some great examples of powerful affirmations.

Although many of Louise Hay’s affirmations do not start with ‘I am’, they express a positive feeling that opens your heart up to a new belief, such as:

 

Life loves me!

As I say yes to life, life says yes to me.

I welcome miracles into my life.

 

One of my favourites from Louise Hay is, ‘I choose to make the rest of my life, the best of my life’.

There are many other books containing ideas of powerful affirmations, from classic texts such as ‘A Course in Miracles’, to international phenomenon, ‘The Secret’, to recent bestseller, ‘You are a Badass’ by Jen Sincero.

Once you find an affirmation that works for you, why not have it engraved on one of our myMantra Necklaces, to enable you to carry it with you and wear it always?

Here, myself and Pallavi give a personal view as to how using affirmations have changed our lives.

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