Affirmations


Do you practice daily affirmations?

Basically, affirmations are positive phrases that you repeat to yourself, describing who and how you want to be. You state them in the present tense, as though the outcome has already occurred.

When you practice repeating positive affirmations with consistent intention, they are actually scientifically proven to reinforce chemical pathways in the brain, making the connection between 2 neurons stronger, and therefore more likely to conduct the same message again 🤯

It is such a simple exercise that you can introduce into your morning routine that has so much power to impact your life!

Here are 3 tips to write positive affirmations that you can repeat each morning! I have my affirmations in my bathroom on a sticky note, on my phone wallpaper, and on my computer screen.

Use the present tense, as if the affirmation is your current reality.

Keep it positive + affirm what you want, not what you don’t want. (For example: I am abundant. Not: I am not in debt.)

Your affirmations should be for YOU - not anyone else. Really reflect on what you want to affirm for yourself!

Here are some examples of affirmations:

“I take care of my body and nourish it with healthy foods every day.”

“I have a positive and fulfilling relationship with my children.”

“My job brings me financial abundance.”

Write out 5-10 affirmations in a journal - things that are really important to you that you would like to call into existence! Think REALLY BIG! Think of all of your hopes and dreams for you life:) Then begin writing and saying them out-loud every day so they begin to take root in your heart🖤


XO, ALI