What is an affirmation exactly?
An affirmation is a simple but powerful statement that helps to strengthen the connection between your unconscious mind and your conscious mind.

The more you strengthen this connection the more resilient you will be when difficult or challenging circumstances arise.As Buddha wisely said: “All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become.”One of the best ways to strengthen your resilience is to practice affirmations every single day. Daily affirmations can have a profound effect on your life. Here’s how they work:

  • AWARENESS – Increasing your awareness of your thoughts and words making it easier to recognise the negative and self-doubt thought patterns holding you back.
  • FOCUS – Affirmations define your focus. When you focus your energy on the things you want: achieving your goals, the positive, uplifting and good you are creating an abundance mind-set and strengthening your resolve to make it happen.
  • OPEN – They open you up to possibility. Too often we get stuck in the ‘impossible’ mind-set, but affirmations flip this on its head. When you begin to positively affirm what is actually-possible, a whole world of opportunity opens-up to you.

These affirmations pack a powerful punch and using them each morning is the perfect way to start your day on a positive and productive note.
Crafting your own affirmations.

Below are some examples of strong affirmations. Use the below to shape your affirmations that resonate with you and your goals. Repeat them out loud to yourself to help ensure that message really sinks in.

Below are some examples of strong affirmations. Use the below to shape your affirmations that resonate with you and your goals. Repeat them out loud to yourself to help ensure that message really sinks in.

  • I am strong in mind, body and spirit.
  • Amazing opportunities exist for me in every aspect of my life.
  • I am thankful for all that I have.
  • I am positive and optimistic. I believe things will always work out for the best.
  • I have unlimited potential.
  • I have all that I need to make today great.
  • Everything is going to work out for my highest good.
  • I am in charge of my mind.
  • I choose to be happy right now. I love my life.
  • I appreciate everything I have. I live in joy.

I choose to work with a focused mind. The theory is that when you first start saying your positive affirmations, they may not be true, but with repetition they sink into your subconscious mind, you really start to believe them, and eventually they become your reality – they become a self-fulfilling prophecy and actually-become true!