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The Power of Affirmations

Firstly let us explore what an affirmation is in context. An affirmation is a statement that is intended to inspire and motivate oneself or others with positive beliefs or attitudes. It is often used in the context of personal development and self-improvement to help individuals overcome negative self-talk and build confidence. Affirmations can be written or spoken, and are usually concise, specific, and focused on the present moment. They can be used to reprogram the subconscious mind with positive thoughts and beliefs, and can help individuals achieve their goals and improve their overall well-being.

The first known written affirmation dates back to ancient Egypt, where people inscribed positive affirmations on papyrus. These affirmations were intended to promote health, success, and happiness. These techniques implimented meditation and visualization to shift negative thought patterns and promote positive thinking. The idea of affirmations has since spread to many cultures and spiritual practices, and is often used as a tool for personal growth and self-improvement. In the 20th century, affirmations became popularized by self-help authors and motivational speakers, such as Louise Hay and Tony Robbins. Today, affirmations continue to be used as a tool for self-improvement and personal growth.

5 ways to use affirmations

Using affirmations is a powerful way to reframe negative self-talk and cultivate a positive mindset. Here are five ways to use affirmations:

  1. Start your day with affirmations: Begin your day by saying positive affirmations to yourself. This can set the tone for your day and help you approach challenges with a positive outlook.

  2. Write affirmations down: Writing down affirmations can help you internalize them and reinforce their message. You can write them in a journal, on sticky notes, or even on your mirror.

  3. Repeat affirmations throughout the day: Whenever you find yourself thinking negative thoughts, try to replace them with positive affirmations. This can help you shift your mindset and focus on the positive.

  4. Use affirmations during meditation: Incorporating affirmations into your meditation practice can help you stay focused and calm. Repeat them to yourself as you breathe in and out.

  5. Share affirmations with others: Sharing affirmations with others can help spread positivity and inspire those around you. You can send them in a text message, write them in a card, or even post them on social media.

Affirmation Builder is a workshop designed to help individuals develop positive self-talk and boost their self-confidence. During the workshop, participants will learn how to create personalized affirmations that align with their goals and values. You will find guidance on how to structure affirmations effectively and tips for incorporating them into daily routines. Through interactive exercises and group discussions, participants will explore the power of affirmations and how they can be used to overcome self-doubt and negative thinking patterns. By the end of the workshop, participants will have a toolkit of affirmations to draw from and the skills to continue creating new ones on their own.

We will also explore ways to incorporate the calling in of specific energies or essences that reflect our personal beliefs.

This workshop is an extention of the 'What's Calling You?' support group. A FREE space where you can ask intuitive development questions and receive ongoing support along your individual journey of self exploration.

It is an extention of the 'What's Calling You?' workbook. Over 90 pages of intuitive development insight and excercises to help you discover the tools and practices that call to you. For a limited time whilst stocks last you will recieve 7 crystals, a keychain holder,

a pendant holder, and a candle when ordering the physical copy bundle. So you can begin implimenting and practicing straight away.

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