Posts Tagged ‘Affirmations’

Look in the mirror—-say to yourself “——————”

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“Do no Harm”

 

Never say anything negative about yourself,

 

Never entertain an unworthy thought

 

Let doubt and worry go, lessen their impact on your life.

 

Always practice your daily affirmations!

 

In this moment, right now, I approve of me.

 

I accept all of me, the good and not so good,

 

my strengths and weaknesses,

 

my Triumphs and losses.

 

In this moment, right now,  I am completely worthy.

 

 

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Affirmations change self image

 

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In this moment right now, I approve of me. I am a kind, giving soul, helping others.


A little more involved: In this moment right now, I strive to approve of  me, the perfect and imperfect, the exciting and mundane, the good and bad. I strive with all my might to let go of judgment and thought, to embrace this present moment entirely.

 

Repeat this affirmation out loud as it engages more areas of the mind.

 

Record multiple affirmations for playback during the day and before bed.

 

Remember the mind responds best to simple, concrete and immediate tasks best.

 

Sit in front of a mirror and look yourself in the eye as you repeat your affirmation out loud.

 

I thought my affirmation was a lie at first, I felt I was talking to a stranger, me!

 

Within a month things had begun to change.

 

Things will arrive organically, through the body not in words or thought.

 

Self image, self-worth is a vital condition in our pursuit of happiness.
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Inner peace affirmation: Say out loud, record it, make it your mantra

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In this moment, right now, I invite inner peace into my body and spirit.

 

 

 

Inner peace soothes our weaknesses, our vulnerabilities, our doubts, our worries, our resentment, our jealousies and our anger.

 

 

Inner Peace is limitless.

 

 

Really, never too much inner peace, it must be very soothing!
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Affirmation: Simple, mundane, repetitive,

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In This Moment,
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Right Now,
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I Accept
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All of Me
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Say it outloud, slowly, over and over and over again.
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If doubt enters repeat, over and over.
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Record it, listen to your own voice, accept all of you.
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Look in the mirror and slowly repeat.
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Takes work, daily work to improve, find peace.
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Affirmations: daily work for our self image and self worth

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In this moment right now, I accept all of me.
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A little more involved: In this moment right now, I strive to accept all of me, the perfect and imperfect, the exciting and mundane, the good and bad. I strive with all my might to let go of judgment and thought, to embrace this present moment entirely.
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Repeat this affirmation out loud as it engages more areas of the mind.
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Record multiple affirmations for playback during the day and before bed.
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Remember the mind responds best to simple, concrete and immediate tasks best.
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Sit in front of a mirror and look yourself in the eye as you repeat your affirmation out loud.
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I thought my affirmation was a lie at first, I felt I was talking to a stranger, me!
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Within a month things had begun to change.
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Things will arrive organically, through the body not in words or thought.
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Self image, self worth is a vital condition in our pursuit of happiness.
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The heart area: In Touch

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Sei Whale Skull, Chile: Photograph by Maria Stenzel
This Month in Photo of the Day: National Geographic Magazine Features
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I love this!
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“The heart area is, above all, the center of deep feeling and sensitivity. .
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When the heart area is illumined, we have a vibrant sense of the wholeness of life.
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What thought divides, the heart unites.
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Our argument with reality ends when our attention is deeply seated in the heart.
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It’s not that we become passively resigned.
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Instead, we first accept things as they are and then become available to respond creatively.
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On occasion, the response may be quite fierce and forceful, but it will not carry the residues of personal insult, shame, or self-righteous anger.
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Every situation contains a solution.
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When our attention rests in the heart, we feel our way to the solution with much greater grace and ease.”
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Add this to your Mindfulness practice

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Affirmations compliment our daily mindfulness practice.
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Affirmations impact our self image and influence our self talk.
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We are perfect, all of us as our true self, our intuitive being.
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Say out loud, record and listen everyday:
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I strive to accept all of me, the human strengths and frailties, the flawed and exceptional me, as well.
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I actively, try my best everyday, to live in this moment, then relax.
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I try to be free, to live free and accept life without judgment.
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Dissociation,,,,,, the opposite of Mindfulness, ……really!!

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Dissociation
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in its most basic description,
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is leaving this present moment
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to think about the past or future.
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It is an unreal practice, action.
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We create a parallel world,
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a world filled with
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treachery for our minds.
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What we create lacks reality!
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Dissociation takes us to a place,
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the past or future
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where happiness
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does not exist.
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A reminder: Affirmations; repeat out loud daily!

  
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I strive to accept all of me, the human strengths and frailties, the flawed and exceptional me, as well.
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I actively, try my best everyday, to live in this moment, then relax.
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I try my best to be free, to live free and accept life without judgment.
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