We create our lives through our thoughts, words, and actions. All of these have both positive and negative consequences. Every thought you think every word you say is affirming what you want in your life. The self-talk process is a sort of inner dialogue of affirmations. We are continually affirming with our words and thoughts and creating our life experience in every moment. Our beliefs are just learned thought patterns that we have developed since childhood, many of these work well for us, but others may now be working against us and sabotaging us from achieving what we want.
Every affirmation we think or say is a reflection of our inner truth or beliefs. It is important to realize that many of these “inner truths” may not actually be true for us now or they are based on past experiences that no longer work for us. Affirmations are simply any positive or negative statements that we make, as we go through life. Positive affirmations can be used to manifest your desires and bring positive and permanent change to your life.
I know it may be hard to believe but many of us spend our days with a harsh internal critic. If you repeat the meanest of criticisms. Day in and day out. What sort of consequences does this have on you? I think you already know the impact it has on you. Science tells us that the mind and body are linked. An affirmation strikes the core of your brain and directly impacts how you view the world. Once you change the thought you put in your brain, you have more control over the outcome. For example, once you THINK you’re a successful, you ACT successful. By affirming what you desire you transform your life.
You can use “Positive Affirmations”, which are usually short positive statements targeted at a specific set of beliefs, to challenge and undermine negative beliefs and to replace them with positive self-nurturing beliefs. It is a kind of “brainwashing” only you get to choose which negative beliefs to wash away. Connect with me on my Facebook page for daily affirmations. http://www.facebook.com/TRBeverly