How To Create Affirmations
*Ideal for mindfulness beginners
Squeeze out the negative thought loops, reset, reframe and step into the best version of yourself.
In this simple lesson, learn how to use my approach to create affirmations truly aligned with your personal circumstances.
Start or continue the process of shedding your limiting beliefs.
Gain more clarity and a sense of calm.
Give yourself permission to visualise and grow towards the other side of your challenges.
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LEVEL : ENTRY
LESSONS : 1
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What is mindfulness?
Mindfulness is simply about self awareness and accepting what you think and feel in the moment.
You don't need to spend hours or be a monk or nun to do it. Practicing just a little each day can make a profound difference to your stress levels and have a positive impact on your life.
What are affirmations?
Self-Affirmation Theory was made popular by Professor Claude Steele in the late 1980s.
The unique prediction that the theory makes is that people have a strong desire to maintain a positive self-image, therefore, when people experience a specific self-threat, they can overcome the unpleasant feelings associated with the threat by affirming an equally important aspect of themselves.
A 2015 study led by Christopher Cascio and Emily Falk used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to find that self-affirmation activates well-known reward centers in the brain.
Studies have shown that we have roughly 50,000 subconscious thoughts a day and around 80% are negative.
Repeating affirmations can squeeze out the negative thought loops and most importantly, encourage self-awareness with consistency.
*For best results use daily for at least 30 days
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