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Here are some affirmations that are good to say several times a day! . . .
I am loved.
I love. I am loving.
I love myself and all creation.
Every day in every way I am better, better, and better.
If you are having difficulties with anyone, these few words work wonders. You can say them to yourself while visualizing looking that person in the eyes, and you will feel the peace.
I love you.
I trust you.
I honor you.
I respect you.
Do you have negative thoughts?
Analyze each thought you have. (I know, it’s a tough job, but you’ll see that it’s worth it in the end.) Is it getting you where you want to go? If not, immediately cancel it. CANCEL! CANCEL! Then repeat your favorite affirmation. Relax until you feel at peace.
Reality is for people with no imagination!
People say, “But this is my reality!” It is, if you can’t imagine anything different… It all starts in the mind — what are you thinking? Whatever you are thinking is your reality right now. Use your imagination and visualize a different “reality”.
When you are thinking about something, ask yourself this question:
DO YOU WANT IT IN YOUR LIFE?
Good, bad, or indifferent.
The more you say it,
The more you think it,
The more you attract it.
DO YOU WANT IT IN YOUR LIFE?
(If you don’t want it in your life, STOP thinking about it.
Use the cancel technique above, then fill your thoughts with affirmations.)
When you think thoughts of pain, grief, or fear, this is good to say:
I now release the pattern in my consciousness that is creating resistance to my good.
Wouldn’t it be nice to know when and how to release the thought pattern that has restricted you? Addicted you? Read my article “Releasing Negative Thoughts.”
This is something good to say to yourself at any time:
I am wonderfully healthy. All my organs are working together for my health. All my cells are happy, healthy cells. I am happy. I love my life. I’m always discovering fascinating things to do with my mind and my time. I have a wonderful future. I attract fascinating people into my life. I put only good things in my mind and body. I exercise regularly and wisely. When the world is falling down around me, I rise to the occasion!
This is a wonderful prayer, for yourself and for others. I used to say it every day when my daughter walked to meet the school bus. (I changed a few of the words, as you can see in the parenthesis.)
|The white light of divine protection is surrounding me (her) now, sealing out all negative thoughts and experiences. Only goodness and purity can penetrate this wonderful light. I (She) send(s) nothing but goodness out through it. Thank you, Heavenly Father, for Your Perfect Protection (for my daughter)!|
|Do you have something that helps you get through your day? If you think it will help others, I’ll post it with or without your name, whichever you prefer. Contact me
I have something that works for me each day. It is “Find the blessing”
Sometimes the blessing is tucked so deep into the problem that I really have to look and be quiet to find it. The amazing thing while I am focused on finding the positive sometimes the problem is already solved. Or at least I didn’t waste time on thinking negative. I tell my 13 yr. old twin boys “Find the blessing” I never got a response from them for a long time some strange looks some days. LOL I just kept saying it helped me and I hoped that it would sink in to improve their thinking. Now when they come home they are focused on the positive part of their day. If their is a negative they are not lost in it.
I have found wherever my thinking is, so is my children’s.
Some of my suggested helpful affirmations are: this is the day the Lord has made , let us rejoice and be glad in it. Thank you.
I find myself using this almost as a mantra on days when the past interferes with my present. “It is more effective for me to love WHAT IS than to hate WHAT WAS.”
While being treated for breast cancer, I would get depressed and wonder how this could have happened to me. I couldn’t see how I was going to get through it and survive. But I saw the news on TV, read about problems of other people, and found that I was still in a much better situation than many other people in the world. When you concentrate on the hardships of others, and how they could be helped, it helps you feel useful. And you
Thanks for reading.
Master Neuro Linguistic Programmer
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