Healing Through Positive Affirmations

Lesson 1: Introduction To Positive Affirmations

The world today is filled with tons of uncertainty. From suicide bombings and economic downturns to disease outbreaks and natural disasters, people are looking for new forms of motivation and encouragement to nourish their mind and keep them mentally and emotionally strong in times of hardship.


One of the most sought after personal development tools today is affirmations. There are all kinds of affirmations, from money mind set affirmations and love and relationship affirmations to positive affirmations.
Positive affirmations cover a group of affirmations aimed at achieving inner peace, living optimally and building solid confidence to face hardships in life. Instead of just telling yourself what you wish to have in life, through practice, affirmations lay a much stronger impact because when you affirm yourself consistently, you continuously build strong subconscious beliefs in your mind which will then reflect in your outer world.
Let us dwell deeper into the world of positive affirmations and let tap into its unlimited power today!


A positive affirmation is an autosuggestion of empowering thoughts in a form of a statement of something you desire, or a condition of the world, which is repeated consistently in order to implant it in the mind.


When these ideal situations are presented to our subconscious repeatedly, we lay the groundwork for cementing strong, empowering beliefs into our inner mind. Just like how our past beliefs affect our current behaviors (e.g. childhood experiences), our subconscious mind is based on what we experience in the past and this affects what we perceive in the present.


By constantly embedding positive thoughts into our subconscious mind, we train ourselves to think in ways that empower ourselves instead of limit ourselves.


For example, an example of a positive affirmation could be “I’m a great public speaker!”. Affirm yourself daily with this thought and you can be sure that you’ll be more confident speaking in front of a crowd compared to if you believed you couldn’t do it.


Affirmations are also usually called “Daily affirmations”. Meaning you have to practice it every day for it to be effective. Say it in the morning, after lunch, before you sleep, as long as you make it a daily ritual, the more effective affirmations become.

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