The 10 Affirmations I Use Daily and Why Affirmations Work


Keeping a universal narrative about yourself is important to your self-preservation, it allows you to be more open and adaptable. We need to know and love who we are so that we will be able to value our lives and the things that are important to us. Many associate self-affirmations with self-healing and self-improvement.


Affiming our abilities motivates us to keep working hard to be our very best. True happiness comes from within. When you are confident and love your life and who you are you will feel happier.


If you want affirmations to have a impact on your life you need to have a consistent affirmation routine. Affimations and neuroplasicity go hand and hand.

Think about it...

Neuroplasicity is your brains ability to change and adapt when learning something, during a life changing event, or due to trauma.

Affimations can help us develop a more optimistic way of looking at ourselves. Just as we do exercise to get our bodies stronger, affirmations can be thought of as exercise for our brain.


Regular repetition of affirming statements about yourself can encourage your brain these affirmations are facts.


How to Make Affirmations Work For You!!


-Start with 3-5 minutes a day.

-Repeat each affirmation 10 times

-Ask a trusted love one to help you

-Make your routine consistent

-Be patient with yourself



A daily affirmation routine may be the step you need to building your self confidence and motivation you need to focus more on your goals, achievements, values, and dreams.

Self affirmations have worked wonders for me.


My Top 10 Affirmations I Say Daily


-1- I trust myself to make the right decisions

-2- I have limitless potential

-3- My mind is full of brilliant ideas

-4- I am good enough

-5- I am growing and going at my own pace

-6- Good things are happening to me

-7- I am open to new and exciting opportunities to find my ideal work

-8- I see myself in my dream job

-9- I am willing to forgive myself

-10- I let go of my need to be right.



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