How would it be possible for me to be financially free?
Why do I love myself?
What about me is perfect and whole?
It is initially natural to question one’s self so use your mind to your advantage in this manner!
Affirmations are not a band-aid. They are an affirmation of who you truly are and what you can truly do with your life when you learn to believe them. To believe something you must think it over and over again.
Using affirmations is helpful along any journey to self-love and conscious creation of your life. It is important to realize that creating affirmations with clear intention is a learned skill. Start with affirmations that are just out of your belief, but you think may be true. For instance, if saying I love me to yourself feels funny, but sort of true you can stretch it to include other affirmatve statements like I love me and I am fun to be around or I am open to loving myself and I am learning to like myself.
To help yourself get out of your own way, be gentle with yourself as you change and grow and modify your affirmations as necessary. If an affirmation does not feel good, change it! Use affirmations daily and often for as long as you desire and know that many people use them for months to feel and notice a substantial change. We create our thought patterns that are not helpful and use them for decades. To re-train ourselves it takes some time as well. Perseverance pays off!
When saying an affirmation to yourself get centered first, take a deep breath, and connect with the feeling of your affirmation, believing it to be true. In combination with becoming aware of what stands in your way and a commitment to unite with your true self, affirmations are a great tool to discover the true you!
Amy offers tools to assist you in awakening to the true you… Awareness, coaching, and healing through exercises, energy healing, phone/email appointments, classes, and workshops. http://www.innatewholeness.com