Power in Affirmations and Positive Thinking

We are often not aware that our mind can be trained to think positively, and positive affirmations are a great tool for re-training your own thought processes. Research is showing that positive affirmations do in fact rewire the brain.

While we are busy complaining about different things in our lives, like our jobs, our bank accounts, our mother-in-law, we are actually training our brains to be negative and see fault. By making positive affirmations a daily ritual, we can correct that negative mindset to realise we have ability and can take pride in ourselves rather than feel discontent.

Examples of some positive affirmations:

  • I am worthy
  • I am open
  • I am a loyal friend
  • I am a hard worker
  • I am fit and healthy

Choose affirmations that you think will help create a positive mindset and set you on a path to succeed in your goals.  You could write them on your bathroom mirror with a whiteboard marker, or on cards and post them somewhere you can see them everyday.

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