Positive Vibratory Words For Personal Affirmations

 

Positive Vibrational Words To Use In Your Affirmations~

To affirm means to: make firm.  Affirmations are an important detail in the visualization process.  To affirm, means something is already happening.  Affirmations are  positive reinforcing statements used to remind someone and the universe what truly matters. Mental commentary in the form of images and words pass through the mind daily. Positive words are used to replace  out-worn patterns and ideals.  Goals, wants and desires must be created on the mental plane before  they can appear in physical form.

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1. When writing your affirmations keep them simple and short.

2. Always phrase them in the present tense.

3. As you say your affirmations, feel the words that you are saying joyfully.

4. An affirmation should feel good. If it does not, rephrase it so that it feels good.

5. An affirmation example: I am enjoying my life fully right now.

6. Include the words below in your affirmations, feel it, repeat them and see it:-)

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Absolute

Abundant

Accept

Acclaimed

Accomplishment

Achievement

Action

Active

Admire

Adventure

Affirmative

Affluent

Alive

Alliance

Amazed

Animated

Answer

Appreciation

Approve

Aptitude

Artistic

Assertive

  Attractive

Authentic

Beautiful

Believe

Benefit

Blessed

Bliss

Brave

Brilliant

Calm

Celebrate

Certain

Change

Character

Charming

Cheer

Cherish

Clarity

 Companionship

Complete

Confident

Connect

Constant

Contentment

Conviction

Courageous

Creative

Cultivate

Curious

Delight

Distinguished

Divine

Eager

 Easy

Efficient

Effortless

Elegance

Embrace

Encourage

Energized

Energy

Enjoy

Enthusiastic

Entirely

Essence

Established

Esteem

Everyday

Exhilarating

Expand

Exquisite

Family

Famous

Fit

Flourish

Highest

Fortunate

Fortune

Freedom

Friendship

Full

Funny

Free

Gather

Generous

Genius

Genuine

Give

Glad

Glow

Gorgeous

Graceful

Gratitude

 Grow

Handsome

Happy

Harmony

Healed

Healing

Healthy

Heart

Heavenly

Helpful

Honest

Honored

Hug

I affirm

I allow

I am willing

I am

I am

I choose

I create

I follow

I know

I understand

I am taking action

I trust

Ideal

Imaginative

Moment

Increase

Incredible

Independent

Ingenious

Innovate

Inspire

Instantaneous

Intellectual

Intelligence

Intuitive

Inventive

 Joy

Knowledge

Laugh

Leader

Learn

Legendary

Let Go

Light

Lively

Love

Luminous

Maintain

Marvelous

Master

Meaningful

Meditate

 Miracle

Mission

Motivate

Moving

Natural

Nourish

Now

Nurture

Nutritious

One

Open

Optimistic

Paradise

Party

Peace

Perfect

Pleasure

Popular

Positive

Powerful

Prepared

 Productive

Project

Prominent

Prosperous

Proud

Purpose

Quest

Quick

Quiet

Ready

Recognize

Refresh

Rejoice

Rejuvenate

Relax

Reliance

Renew

Replenished

Resolution

Resources

Respect

Restore

Revolutionize

Rewarding

Rich

Secure

Sensation

Serenity

Shift

Shine

Silence

Simple

Sincerity

Smile

Smooth

Solution

Soul

Sparkling

Spirit

Spiritual

Splendid

Spontaneous

Stillness

Strong

Style

Success

Sunny

Support

Sure

Surprise

Sustain

Synchronized

Team

Thankful

Therapeutic

Thorough

Thrilled

Thrive

Today

Together

Tranquility

Transform

Triumph

Trust

Truth

Unity

Unusual

Unwavering

Upbeat

Valued

Venture

Vibrant

Victory

Vigorous

Vision

Visualize

Vital

Vitality

Wealthy

Welcome

Well

Whole

Willing

Wonderful

Yes

ABUNDANCE IS NOW! LIVE WITH JOY:-)

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Abundance is all that you have right now and its what you have dreamed about having..it is important to remember that all our dreams have already come true..time is not what we have been taught in schools to ‘believe’, so enjoy that which you cannot see, just because you cannot see it, that makes no difference. Your inner passions are yours just because you have thought it.. the more you energize anything..the more of it you see..keep your head high..feel good..laugh..play..live great..follow your heart..KNOW..you are THE one.. look no further..you have the divine gift of the Universe within! Let’s heal this planet with our visions and create abundance of balance and life ♥ Love to all of you.
 

Phosphorus : This mineral is also essential for growth and repair of cells in the body.

Phosphorus is another important mineral that is required in the body for the necessary for nourishment of the brain and the growth of the bones, teeth and hair. Phosphorus is also necessary for the growth and repair of cells in the body. It is also believed that phosphorus helps in maintaining proper heart health and prevention of cancer.  Along with calcium, phosphorus is required in order to have strong bones and teeth.

Phosphorus is the second most abundant mineral in the body and 85% of it is found in the bones. The rest of the body’s phosphorus is found in the blood, the fluid around and in cells, and in various organs like the heart, kidneys, brain, and muscles, where it is involved in many critical functions. It’s main purpose is for building strong bones and teeth, but this mineral is used by practically every cell in the body.


Health Benefits of Phosphorus

  • For strong bones and skeletal structure
  • For strong teeth, formation of tooth enamel, and healthy gums
  • For energy and metabolization of fats and starches
  • For growth and body repair
  • For heart regularity
  • For arthritis
  • For speedier recovery of burn victims
  • For cancer prevention
  • For cell health
  • Human body requires phosphate to produce energy and manage it. It also plays a crucial role in synthesizing proteins, fats and carbohydrates.
  • Phosphate is also required to maintain fluid and electrolyte balance in the body.
  • With so many uses to its credit phosphate is indeed very important for the body, and lack of the same can result in adverse effects on us.
  • Phosphorus is a vital component of DNA and RNA, and links the structures of both.
  • Phosphorus also plays a crucial role in transmission of nerve impulses within the body

Phosphorus Deficiency Symptoms

  • Almost eighty five percent of phosphorus in our body is found in the bones and the teeth, the remaining is found in the blood, muscles, organs such as brain, kidney, etc and fluids in and around the body cells.
  • Any deficiency of phosphorus in the body can produce a number of symptoms and diseases. Some of the commonly experienced symptoms of phosphorus deficiency are weak bones and teeth, tiredness, reduction in appetite, pain and stiffness in the joints, lack of energy, occurrence of infections and confusion.
  •  Besides these symptoms, there are numerous phosphorus deficiency diseases too which can occur if there is an imbalance in the calcium-phosphorus reserves in the body.
  • Such a phosphorus deficiency in humans can lead to diseases such as arthritis, rickets, pyorrhea and decaying teeth.

List of High Phosphorus Foods

Fruits:

  • Avocado
  • Blackcurrants
  • Breadfruit
  • Dates
  • Grapes
  • Guava
  • Kiwi
  • Lychee
  • Mulberries
  • Passionfruit
  • Pears
  • Pineapples
  • Plums
  • Pomegranate

Vegetables:

Nuts:

  • Almonds
  • Brazil Nuts
  • Buckwheat
  • Cashews
  • Oats
  • Pine Nuts/Pignolias
  • Pumpkin Seeds
  • Quinoa
  • Rye
  • Spelt
  • Sunflower Seeds
  • Wheat – Durum
  • Wheat – Hard Red
  • Wheat – Hard White

Most legumes are a good source of Phospherous but these are the highest.

  • Adzuki Beans
  • Black Beans
  • Black Eye Peas
  • Fava Beans
  • Edamame
  • Garbanzo Beans
  • Kidney Beans
  • Lima Beans
  • Navy Beans
  • Pigeon Beans
  • Pinto Beans
  • Soy Beans
  • White Beans
  • Winged Beans

A Small Business Essential: SWOT

 

 

Using A SWOT Analysis Is A Smart Way To Start A Business Venture

 

 

What is a SWOT? It is a strategic planning method used to evaluate the Strengths,Weaknesses/Limitations, Opportunities, and Threats involved in a project or in a business venture. It involves specifying the objective of the business venture or project and identifying the internal and external factors that are favorable and unfavorable to achieve that objective. The technique is credited to Albert Humphrey, who led a convention at Stanford University in the 1960s and 1970s using data from Fortune 500 companies.

Setting the objective should be done after the SWOT analysis is complete. This would allow achievable goals or aims to be set for the organization.  SWOT analysis filled out in 4 parts.

 

1. Strengths: characteristics of the business, or project team that give it an advantage over others

 

2. Weaknesses (or Limitations): are characteristics that place the team at a disadvantage relative to others

 

3. Opportunities: external chances to improve performance (e.g. make greater profits) in the environment

 

4. Threats: external elements in the environment that could cause trouble for the business or project

 

The use of a SWOT is essential because the steps, resources in planning for achievement of the selected goal will be derived from the careful brainstorming it takes to fill out a SWOT. Ideas come around all the time. Many business ventures would be more confident with the knowledge of a what they should do to start their business in the right direction. A SWOT can save a business much money and time and should not be over looked. The details only take a small amount of time to fill in. Here is an example of A SWOT Analysis:

Strengths:

 

-There are no other businesses that I’ve found that are doing this time of business idea.

 

-This business will create bonds that will build my business loyalty with the community and it will also create a positive interaction.

 

-This is the first business with this business focus.

 

-People tell me about their interests in a business like this one so it must be needed.

 

-Open later than most creative recreation centers/ hobby shops.

 

Weaknesses:

 

-No business plan as of yet.

 

-Not sure of who my competition is.

 

-The business idea is in the beginning stages.

 

-There isn’t an existing business to learn from or from statistics from.

 

-Trying to do too much, not properly delegating.

 

 

Opportunities:

 

-The economy is challenged and the public doesn’t have many outlets business wise to turn to for support of their creative efforts that people are getting more into as a result of their money shrinking.

 

-People are looking to save money and that means they’ll be supporting independent made products and small businesses to support or they’ll need a place to come to create their own products.

 

 

Threats-

 

-I don’t have a clear picture of what the day to day will look like within this business.

 

-I haven’t seen this type of business done before.

 

-Large businesses that are well established like, general recreation centers, hobby or crafting shops.

 

-My business is still in the planning stages.

 

 

 

I enjoyed filling one of these out. Do your business a favor and do one! You will be glad you did.

 

 

 

Source: Wiki

 

 

 

4 Misconceptions About (Holistic) Business Marketing

1. Sharing personal business

There is a misconception that a business owner should not share personal details about their life with their clients. This is certainly a misconception. There are billions of businesses who make their living off of telling their life stories. How can that be BAD for business. What is bad for business is to take advice from people who do not have the business you have, do not work with you everyday, have no experience in doing readings or marketing for that matter. If you go to your business consultant and they advise you on key steps that will make you and your business successful. Would you take the advice of a person who is giving you an option. Or would you rather listen to the professional business consultant.

2. Over Selling and Explaining

Advertise, advise and inform your customers or future ones. Just remember, your business is great. You have a service that someone needs what you provide. Over talking is over kill sometimes. Say what your services are, share your rates too if you are asked to. Then leave it there.

You are not in front of potential clients to make them a believer in your work. Stand confident. Know that you can do everything you are offering to your client with ease. That’s the reason you went into business, to show your skills. Now that you have a business. You have to allow the customer trust you.

Let the customer make the decision. They will be glad they did. Then, allow your great skills to shine through after you are hired. You service should be worth every penny spent. That is the easy though.

Just think of it all like this: As a holistic business owner you probably have intense intuitive skills right? You also have a natural talent for understanding certain details about the body, people or information. The metaphysical, and spiritual side of life is your area of specialty. I won’t take up this entire page with the long list of your skills today. The point is, you know what you are doing. Trust yourself and make a sale. People need healing!

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3. Ignoring Online Measurement Data

You have a couple of websites, 3 blogs, and pages on Facebook, Twitter, MySpace. Ok that’s great now what is the reason you have these pages? Most business have these pages so they can monitor their customers interests. Why else would you have these pages and not have them working for you to bring clients to you that need you and your services?

On each of these accounts you will find ways the site will show data on how many people visit your pages and also what they dig most about what you offer service wise or topic wise will show as well. Most businesses, big and small miss this area. Not measuring the facts is just like allowing your potential clients into your door, only to ignore them once they step into your office. No business person wants to do that! Exactly, this is why its very important to look at these on a regular basis and take note of them. If no one is responding to certain posts or advertising. There is usually a reason for that. With careful review you will know what to do next.

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4. Any marketing will do for a holistic business

Your business provides a service everyone wants right? The answer could be a yes or no depending on how you choose to share what you do with your market. You have a whole lot of choices. It is important to go beyond just giving money to sales people with a hope in mind that what you dreamed of will come true based off of the money you spent on your advertising campaign. What the heck is marketing anyway?

Marketing is: the method you use to tell the world about you. Or in Wikipedia’s words: The action or business of promoting and selling products or services. To be effective in marketing though you need to find out who your target market is. Who is that? to find out you will have to do a little research to see what others’ are doing that have businesses in your chosen field of study.

If you market on the television but your ideal client that will appreciate your business is not watching television, it’s a good idea to save your money for another avenue to market your business.

If you need assistance with Business Consulting for your business please leave a comment~ Thank you!

America’s Healthiest Superfoods for Women

 

Food is an important part of health but we must be clear that it is only a part. A holistic approach to health is required, taking other factors such as water, air, exercise, emotions, and mental state into consideration. What we eat significantly affects our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well being. We all have different body types, ethnic backgrounds, medical histories, stress levels, caloric needs and physiological responses to food; therefore, no one philosophy is right for everyone.

Superfoods for superwomen

By Laurie Herr
From Health magazine

You love to eat, but you also love to feel great. You can do both if you choose foods that make you smarter, leaner, stronger—and then use them in tasty new ways.

We’ve made that easy to do with Health’s top 10 superfoods for women. They were selected by our panel of experts for their mega benefits—from bone building and energy boosting to fat busting and disease fighting.

What’s even more delicious: When you mix and match these America’s Healthiest choices, you get super combos with even more power—a breakfast that’s good for your heart, a dinner that fights cancer, a sweet treat that helps keep your tummy calm and mind sharp. Plus, we’ve rounded up 15 delicious, benefit-packed runners-up, too. So read on (and start eating) for a super you.

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Sweet potatoes

High in cancer-fighting antioxidants, sweet potatoes are loaded with energy-boosting carbs, plus fiber, vitamins, manganese, and potassium.

Tart cherries
One of the highest-antioxidant foods around, they help fight memory loss, heart disease, high cholesterol, and diabetes.

Tomatoes
You can’t beat ’em as a source of lycopene, a powerful antioxidant that may help protect against cervical and breast cancers. The lycopene in tomatoes act like a sunscreen; eating them cooked can quadruple the SPF in your skin. And the polyphenols in tomatoes thin your blood naturally, so they’re good for your heart. Cook them with broccoli for even greater benefits.

fresh-salmon

Wild Alaskan salmon

“It’s all about omega-3s,” says health guru Andrew Weil, MD, explaining why fish like sockeye top his must-eat list for women. All of our experts agreed: wild salmon packs a wallop with two kinds of heart-healthy omega-3s, including DHA, a fatty acid essential for a healthy pregnancy.

Omega-3s also boost mood, fight depression, and may protect against Alzheimer’s disease and cancer. Add in salmon’s lean protein and vitamin D (a critical nutrient many women lack), and you’ve got yourself a near-perfect food.

How much you need: Eat at least two servings of a fatty fish like salmon a week, the American Heart Association recommends. Can’t find it fresh? Canned wild Alaskan salmon is almost as good, says Steven Pratt, MD, author ofSuperFoods Rx andSuperHealth.

wild-blueberries

Wild blueberries

If berries are nutritional treasures, wild blueberries are the crown jewels. “They’re truly one of nature’s ultimate antiaging foods,” says Kate Geagan, MS, RD, author of Go Green Get Lean. Research suggests the tiny gems not only help prevent memory loss but also may improve motor skills and help lower blood pressure. Another reason to love ’em: they’re high in antioxidants that help fight wrinkles.

Why choose wild? When scientists at Cornell University came up with a new way of testing the antioxidant activity in foods, wild blueberries scored the highest. They have compounds called anthocyanins, one of the most powerful forms of antioxidants. Another plus: at only 80 calories a cup, you can eat them without guilt.

How much you need: Aim for a half-cup to one cup of any kind of berries a day, but mix in wild blueberries as much as possible. Many supermarkets carry them frozen

oatmeal

Oats

We all know that oats can help lower cholesterol. Now scientists say oats, rich in soluble and insoluble fiber, are also good for helping you feel full so you can control your weight. They keep you regular, too.

Which type of oats should you choose? If you’re making oatmeal, steel-cut oats take longer to cook than rolled oats but deliver more fiber, says Health Senior Food and Nutrition Editor Frances Largeman-Roth, RD. Always in a morning rush? Instant works, too.

How much you need: Add oats (and other whole grains) to your diet throughout the day. The American Heart Association recommends 25 to 30 grams of dietary fiber a day—that’s about six times the amount of fiber in an average serving of oatmeal. So eat up!

cruciferous-veggie

Broccoli

This humble vegetable is a winner, thanks to research that suggests the chemicals in cruciferous vegetables, especially broccoli, may help prevent breast cancer by fighting excess estrogen. Rich in vitamin C and a good source of vitamin A, broccoli helps you feel full on less than 30 calories per serving. And it gets bonus points for fiber, folate (folic acid), calcium, iron, and potassium.

Cooked or raw, broccoli delivers a nutrient punch, says John La Puma, MD, host of What’s Cooking With ChefMD? and author ofChefMD’s Big Book of Culinary Medicine.

How much you need: Eat two or more half-cup servings of cooked broccoli per week.

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Walnuts

“Protein, fiber, vitamins, minerals, and omega-3s—what else is there to say?” asks David L. Katz, MD, MPH, associate professor at the Yale School of Medicine.

Eating just a handful of walnuts a day can help you lower cholesterol, boost brain power, sleep better, cope with stress, prevent heart disease, fight cancer, and more. In fact, a new study showed that walnuts appeared to lower the risk of breast cancer in mice.

How much you need: Have one ounce (about 12 walnut halves) daily.

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Avocados

Yes, they’re high in fat. But in this case that’s not a bad thing. “We shouldn’t be so fatphobic,” says Cheryl Forberg, RD, nutritionist forThe Biggest Loser and author of Positively Ageless.

The heart-healthy monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs) in avocados can actually help you lose belly fat, a risk factor for heart disease and even some fertility problems. Avocados also pack high amounts of potassium, magnesium, folate, protein, and vitamins B6, E, and K. Add to that fiber and cholesterol-lowering plant sterols, and you have one nutrient-dense food.

How much you need: Limit yourself to one-quarter to one-half an avocado a day.

beans

Red Beans

Beans of any kind are nutrition dynamos. But red beans made our top 10 list for several reasons: they’re rich in antioxidants and packed with protein, folate, minerals, and fiber, including resistant starch. “That’s the hot new thing in fiber research,” says HealthContributing Editor Maureen Callahan, MS, RD.

Resistant starch seems to have several important benefits, like boosting the body’s ability to burn fat, helping you feel full, controlling blood sugars, and even reducing cancer risk.

Don’t have time to cook a pot of dried beans? Canned beans are a good option, too, says Liz Applegate, PhD, director of sports nutrition at the University of California, Davis.

How much you need: Enjoy three cups of cooked beans a week. Worried about getting gassy? Build up slowly, David Grotto, RD, suggests. Start with one tablespoon of beans a day and double the amount each week. Rinsing canned beans before using also eases the problem.

yogurt-superfood

Greek yogurt

We love its thick, creamy texture and tangy taste. But when it comes to yogurt, there are plenty more reasons you’ll want to go Greek. “It’s rich in calcium and good for our bones,” dietitian Kate Geagan says. In fact, one serving supplies nearly one-fourth of a woman’s daily calcium needs, and the fat-free variety is packed with twice as much protein as regular yogurt.

Fat-free Greek yogurt is also high in probiotics, cultures that can help ease irritable bowel syndrome, a condition that affects mostly women. And even though the evidence is inconclusive, some experts say probiotics help boost immunity—a plus during flu season.

How much you need: Have at least three servings of dairy a day; fat-free Greek yogurt is a good choice. “It’s a healthy swap for artery-clogging sour cream,” Geagan says.

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Olive oil

No list would be complete without this flavorful oil. A staple of the Mediterranean diet, it has long been linked to heart health and longevity. But mounting evidence shows that olive oil may be good for your brain, too. A study from Columbia University suggests that sticking to a Mediterranean diet not only protects against Alzheimer’s disease but also helps with mild fuzzy thinking.

And that’s not all: findings from a 2008 study in Spain suggested that compounds in extra-virgin olive oil seem to fight certain kinds of breast cancer. Want to get more of this healthy staple in your diet? Substitute olive oil for other fats: use it on bread instead of butter and in the place of less-healthy cooking oils.

How much you need: Get two tablespoons a day; it may lower your risk of heart disease.

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Dark chocolate

It’s “the food you love that loves you back,” Dr. Katz says. Rich in heart- protective antioxidants, dark chocolate can help reduce the risk of stroke and heart disease. It’s loaded with magnesium, manganese, copper, zinc, and phosphorus—all important for strong bones.

Studies suggest chocolate may also help hydrate the skin, lower blood pressure, and sharpen thinking. And then there’s the fun factor. “Chocolate is a sensual pleasure, something women often don’t get enough of in their food,” Dr. La Puma says. We say, let the pleasure begin.

How much you need: Eat just one-quarter ounce a day. And be sure to look for kinds made with at least 70% cocoa.

Add these for even more power

These 15 runners-up are also full of healthy goodness.

Almonds
They  lower cholesterol and may help you lose weight. In fact, in one study people who added almonds to a low-calorie diet were better able to lose weight and keep it off.

Beef
The zinc in lean beef may help build immunity, while its high iron content fights fatigue and iron-deficiency anemia.

Eggs
Long underappreciated, eggs are a high-quality protein that’s rich in vitamins D and A and low in saturated fat. They also have choline, recently in the news for its importance in brain function. And they deliver two kinds of carotenoids essential for healthy eyes.

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Green tea

This beverage all-star may fight cancer and heart disease, and help prevent dementia, diabetes, and stroke. It hydrates like water, too, so it helps fight fatigue. Bonus: drink four cups a day, and you’ll kick up your calorie burn by 80 calories.

Kefir
Think of it as a smoothie that’s good for your gut. Rich in calcium and protein, the tangy drink has  probiotics  that help with digestion and can soothe intestinal problems like irritable bowel syndrome.

Lentils
A great source of energy, lentils deliver protein, fiber, and antioxidants.

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Organic milk (fat-free or low-fat)

It’s a rich source of protein, calcium, and vitamin D (a nutrient women are often low on).

Pumpkinseeds
Packed with protein, zinc, magnesium, and selenium, pumpkinseeds help protect against depression and heart disease, and may ease motion sickness.

Quinoa
An excellent source of protein, quinoa  is also high in bone-boosting minerals like copper, phosphorous, iron, and magnesium. Plus, it’s a good source of PMS-fighting manganese.

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Raisins

Here’s a great snack with energy-boosting carbs, in addition to fiber, iron, and vitamin C. Raisins are high in natural sugar, yes, but their special phytochemicals help fight tooth decay.

Soybeans
They’re a terrific vegetarian source of protein. And eating moderate amounts of  natural soy foods may lower the risk of breast cancer and keep bones strong after menopause.

Spinach
This leafy green is loaded with vitamins A, C, and K, and lutein—an essential nutrient for healthy eyes.

Manifest positive results with the use of Affirmations

1) Phrase them as if they are occurring in the now.

For eg. If your outcome is to become a more confident person, a suitable affirmation might be: ‘I am becoming more and more confident. I am feeling better and better about myself’.

2) Phrase affirmations in terms of what you want rather than what you don’t want.

3) Pick affirmations that resonate with you the most

4) Energy follows thought.

5) Many books recommend that affirmations are repeated out aloud hundreds of times each day. This way is effective too. However, saying them out loud has a deeper impact.