If affirmations are a part of your daily practice, you definitely know how powerful and life-changing they can be. You know that they are one of the tools to get what you want but are you using them only to get the things that you want or are you using them to manifest changes in you as well?
You can use your affirmations to manifest changes in you. You can become a better person using affirmations. You can become the person you want to be. Affirmations are just like any other technique – if you believe they work, they work. If you are skeptic about them, you may get wishy-washy results. If you have chosen affirmations as your tool, you have to give it your best, just like with any other technique.
But… We know that everything is rooted in us. We know that the changes start from within. We know we need to live in the end, from the wish fulfilled, in order for our manifestation to come to pass. So, how do we change ourselves with the affirmations?
Easy! Simply create affirmations that resonate with you on a personal level and start with “I am”. When people ask me about affirmations, they usually tell me they are using affirmations such as, “My SP loves me”. Well, put it differently. Use, “I am loved”. You don’t even have to add your SP’s name in here and you will feel loved nevertheless. Of course, since it’s recommended that we be as specific as possible, it would be good to add their name in there. But, isn’t it easier to feel loved when you put it like that?
If you find that affirmations are working wonders for you, you can use them to become the person that you have always wanted to be. Watch your mental conversations. You may not even be aware of this, but you are using affirmations all day long. When you say things like, “I am a failure” or “I am unlucky”, that’s an affirmation in its own. As I’ve explained in one of the previous posts, your subconscious mind does not discriminate. It is listening all the time, taking what it hears and brings it to life. So guess what? Calling yourself unlucky will make you unlucky. Calling yourself a failure will make you a failure. Why not change this negative talk into positive one?
I am loved. I am blessed. I am successful. I am good enough. I am worthy. I am beautiful. I am smart. I am the best version of myself.
Stop your negative talk and use the opposite of it. Replace those negative affirmations with positive ones. It doesn’t cost you anything.