I feed my spirit. I train my body.... - Deepstash

I feed my spirit. I train my body. I focus my mind. It's my time

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MORE IDEAS FROM 19 Positive Affirmations That'll Change the Way You Think

Few simple morning affirmations

I CAN. I WILL. END OF STORY.

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Martin luther king,jr

If I cannot do great things, I can do small things in a great way

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What are positive affirmations?

A positive affirmation is a statement about yourself that is phrased in the positive, present tense.

In addition they should be specific and personal.

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Self-Affirmations

Self-affirmations are a reflection of who you are. It is a way of thinking and writing about yourself, moreover, the things you stand for like your values in life. They are positive statements that we use to surmount the negative thinking. They do not rely on fake confidence or creating a fake reality.

They do have a bad reputation. So you have to do it in a way that doesn’t make you cringe.

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Back in 1919, an aspiring young cartoonist was fired from his job at a Kansas City newspaper. His editor told him he wasn’t creative enough and should look into work elsewhere. Had the cartoonist listened to his boss and given in to negative thinking, we wouldn’t have the work of Walt Disney.

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