How many times a day do you say affirm? I think we all have our own personal pattern of affirmation that we repeat daily. I am a big believer of saying out loud every day that we are worthy and loved and that we are on this planet and we are loved. I think that is a really powerful affirmation to have. I don’t know about you, but when I see that I feel it.
The problem with repeating affirmations daily is that it’s not always easy to distinguish which affirmations really work for you. The way you phrased the sentence can also affect your results. Saying “I think I’m on the path to happiness” is a great affirmation. Saying “I think I’m on the path to peace” may not be so great.
For instance, when I recently saw a story in the magazine about a person who was able to see ghosts, I was excited. Then I saw it in a story about someone who was able to see ghosts, and I was more upset. The way I phrased it, I thought I was getting something important, but it wasn’t. The way I phrased my affirmation (“I am on the path to happiness”) made me imagine that I was getting something important.
In a more positive way, the number of affirmations I have per day has decreased over the years. I used to just say to myself (for instance) “I am happy,” and then do whatever happy thing I wanted to do that day. Now, I say, “I am happy,” and then I just do whatever happy thing I want to do that day. I find I make more of an effort to just do happy things.
I am happy. I am on a path to happiness. I am doing something that will make me happy. I am doing something that I can share with others. I am doing something I can be proud of. I am doing something that brings me joy. I am doing something I can use to make others happy. I am doing something that brings a smile to my face.
So many of us just do things that make us happy. We do things that make our children happy. We do things that make our friends happy. We do things that make our bosses happy. We do things that give us a sense of accomplishment. We do things that we like to do. We do things that we like to do.
Affirmation is a word that’s used by psychologists to describe a feeling of complete self-assurance. These are things we feel like we can do. One of the most famous affirmations is from Henry Ford, “I will do whatever it takes to get ahead.” You could also see it as “I am certain, confident, and determined to succeed.
Affirmations usually go hand in hand with self-acceptance. We all have certain feelings of self-worth, and if we can start to overcome those feelings then we will be able to accept ourselves without feeling bad about ourselves. But it doesn’t always have to be just positive affirmations. Often, the negative affirmations we speak to our friends and colleagues give us the most power.
I have had many positive affirmations over the years, and the easiest one to remember is to say, “I’m perfect.” This is the most common type of positive affirmation. But it’s not true to say that you will never do something that is not perfect. I once had a boss who said, “When I do a good job, I feel really good about myself.
If you can affirm that you are perfect, then you are probably not going to do anything wrong. But since you are a perfectionist, this may not always be the case. The best way to avoid this kind of thing is to speak to your friends and colleagues about what you want to do, but also let them know that you can do it. Then tell them what you want to do is really important to you.