Entries tagged with “Self-Talk”
Here are ten affirmations to help you make healthier choices for 2016.
Buckle your seat belt, sit back, and enjoy the ride.
Use these affirmations to find a moment of serenity.
Affirmations to manage and solve conflicts.
Here are some affirmations to get you from a place of reluctance to that wonderful feeling of “Woo! I cannot believe I just did that!”
Consider these affirmations an emotional shield for when you’re around someone who is allergic to optimism.
Our instincts can lead us well, if we can answer the call.
Working well within a team requires self-care and awareness so we can be our best selves, even under pressure.
Here are some affirmations to savor the Golden Hour.
Affirmations for further strengthening your intuitive gifts.
Here are 15 affirmations to help you in your quest for a slightly slower tempo.
When your expectations are dashed, try these affirmations.
Wire your brain for success with these affirmations.
May these affirmations offer some comfort as you go through the grieving process and strive for deeper meaning.
He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life. –Muhammad Ali
What if we were to practice radical self-acceptance?
Here are some affirmations to guide you on the path to mindful eating.
Kickstart your creative self with these positive affirmations.
Here are some affirmations to help feel more bound to Spirit.
“You don’t have to be perfect at something the first time. In fact, you never have to be perfect at all.”
Let go of those negative thoughts and feel a profound sense of wellbeing wash over you.
Affirmations to help you on the path of your dreams.
When your daily life starts feeling overwhelming, try these affirmations to bring you back to center.
Here are some affirmations to help build up that listening stamina.
If delivering a speech of any sort leaves you feeling tongue-tied, use these affirmations to make yourself feel more confident and powerful.
Kick-start your day with intention and positivity with these empowering morning affirmations.
Try positive self-talk to eat better, feel stronger, and rejuvenate your body.
Talk back to your inner critic with these tactics, including using funny voices with fake accents.
Become your own source of calm and encouragement
Excerpted from Note to Self: A Seven Step Path to Gratitude and Growth
Here are some affirmations for new beginnings, no matter when in the calendar you start to observe your new year.
It doesn’t mean you’re crazy. In fact, it can help you clarify your thoughts, shake off stress, and boost your mood.
There are many tools and techniques you can use to manage and eliminate anxiety and worry effectively. Here, experts share healthy ways to cope with and reduce anxiety right here, right now in this moment.
Just because you believe it doesn’t make it so. Good news: You can retrain your brain to challenge and conquer beliefs that limit you.
Excerpted from Convergence Healing: Healing Pain with Energetic Love by Peter Bedard
Expectations can lead you astray, and hanging on to them can lead to disappointment and angst. The author learned three lessons from her peach trees about unmet expectations—and how letting go of expected outcomes can lead to a better life.
Harsh self-talk is a pattern of learned behavior, and the good news is we can unlearn it.
Is there a better time to liberate yourself from what no longer serves you? Emotionally, physically, spiritually, and mentally, you can create space by dumping clutter and removing obstacles.
Recently I was giving a workshop where I spoke about the importance of changing our self-talk. Self-talk is the conversation we hold with ourselves on a continuous basis—and …
According to the experts, meditation lessens the extremities of negative thoughts, changes patterns of belief and facilitates learning how to forgive yourself.
Recently I started having trouble sleeping. Awake at 4 a.m., I'd scold myself: Relax! You crazy anxious maniac! You're ruining tonight and turning tomorrow into sleep-deprived hell…
I remember my mother saying, “It’s a sin to worry.” When pressed to explain what she meant, she would often respond, “It’s all in God’s hands.” I think my mother used these sayings…
Do the work of being in a loving, healthy, committed relationship with ourselves or suffer the rest of our lives with an internal roommate we hate.
Here are three tips for asking the questions to get you out of limitation, ignite curiosity and create transformative change.
How do we get ourselves back into a positive place before we've reached the point of no return?
What’s going on in our brains with that running monologue?