Tuesday, August 12th, 2014

Writing Affirmations

Stephanie

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Affirmations are a form of positive thinking and self-empowerment. They are carefully formatted statements which may be both written and spoken aloud. For an affirmation to be most effective, it should be crafted in the present tense, be positive, personal and specific. I will also always write an affirmation acting “as if” the desired circumstance currently exists. This is in response to techniques I’ve learned from reading the book, Creative Visualization.

Do you use affirmations? What are your favorites? Abundance is always at the top of my list.


3 thoughts on “Writing Affirmations

  1. I love affirmations, and go back to writing them often, because they always work.

    My favorites:

    * I am relaxed, calm and confident. I enjoy my life, my writing, and know that everything is happening as it should. I accept my life, and myself.

    * (For productivity) I easily and effortlessly complete ____ (a project.) My words flow, and I have all the time I need. I am relaxed and creative.

  2. I do not usually write mine down (So thanks for the new idea!). However, I generally an constantly saying a couple affirmations that have to do with faith. One of my favorites is “Seeing isn’t believing; believing is seeing”.

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