How do you feel after completing those two challenges? Are you feeling better about yourself? Are you feeling more accepting towards your past? Were you successful in releasing some old energy or emotions?
Today, we are going to do something a little lighter, where you will get to use your creativity. I am challenging you to write 5 affirmations that you can use in times of need, and throughout your self-love journey.
So, affirmations are powerful phrases that you can use to manifest the things you want in your life. I use affirmations weekly, for my Monday Mantra segment. I also use them in my personal time, by either creating my own, or using ones written by Louise Hay.
Affirmations have helped millions of people all over the world, and rightfully so. They are fabulous tools that can help you with everything from healing to attracting prosperity. I love affirmations and what can be accomplished when they are practiced. And that is why I am challenging you to craft your own, for YOUR personal use.
You are all experiencing different things. You all have a reason why you want to practice self-love. This is why I felt that writing your own affirmations to use would be most beneficial. My goal is that you will use them when you feel you need a little extra assurance, love, and support.
When you are writing your affirmations, be sure to think about when you will want to use them. Will you want to repeat one in the morning before starting your day? Will you want to use one if you feel stressed at work? When do you feel you might need an affirmation most? Will you also write one to help manifest the things you desire?
Be sure that you are using positive words when crafting your affirmations. Test them out by seeing how you feel when you repeat them. Do they lift you up, and make you feel good? Affirmations can make you start to feel better almost immediately. So it is important to make note of how you are feeling as you are writing.
A great way to start your affirmations is with the word, “I.” This will help your mind and body to really get into affirming mode. But you can use other words as well. It all depends on your taste and what you are using them for.
Here is my example: I love myself in times of anxiety or stress. I am safe and I am love.
Simple and sweet – and to the point.
If you feel guided to, share your affirmations with me! I would love to know what you guys come up with. 🙂 Also, please feel free to ask me any questions you might have. I am always happy to help!
And remember, have fun with this project!
With love and light,