Affirmations are positive statements that can help you to challenge and overcome self-sabotaging and negative thoughts. When you repeat them often, and believe in them, you can start to make positive changes. ... Self-affirmation may also help to mitigate the effects of stress.
You’ve probably affirmed yourself without even realizing it by telling yourself things like:
These simple statements help shift your focus away from perceived failures or inadequacies and direct your focus toward your strengths — those you already have and those you want to develop.
But do they actually work? Kind of.
Affirmations generally work as a tool for shifting your mindset and achieving your goals, but they’re not a magic bullet for instant success or healing.
1.Make it personal - Declare your negative thought and write down a positive statement against that belief.
2.Make it memorable - Short, simple, and direct affirmations have more likability. It not only makes it easy to say, but also easy to remember.
3.Keep it positive and in the present tense - Focus on what you want to achieve rather than what you don't want. Avoid any negative statements.
4.Repeat, repeat, and repeat.
5.Energize your affirmation – Truly, truly believe in your affirmation! Passion, excitement, and energy around your affirmation will get you into a positive vibe.
On average, it takes affirmations 22 days to work. However, it could take up to 66 days or longer to reach their full benefits. To reduce the time frame, listen to affirmations throughout sleep using audio. It influences your subconscious mind faster and speeds up the likelihood of your affirmations working.
" Instead of worrying about what you cannot control, shift your energy to what you can create."
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