There are a variety of great affirmation card decks available from those like Wayne Dyer, Louise Hay, Iyla Vanzant, etc. Keep the cards by the computer (and other places you frequent), and read a few cards each time you sit to do something on the computer. If you combine reading positive affirmations with activities that you routinely do, you can help yourself form new, positive thought patterns that will enhance the quality of your day.
I've bought several different deck of affirmation cards from Ebay and Amazon for very affordable, low prices.
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A friend introduced me to Louise Hay. I bought her "You can heal yourself" kit with positive affirmation cards. I use those and some I made myself. I read them 10 times a day to do a "set" of positive affirmations - just like any exercise!
One of my secrets to success is that I change my negative thoughts by using voice affirmations. What I do is record my affirmations on my smart phone or hand held recorder. I plug in my ear phones and listen to them when I start to notice my inner thoughts are negative. I make these recordings after I have had some sort of epiphany about myself and am alone to think it out and record. These affirmations change my thoughts to what I want them to be!
“The words we say, internally and externally, have tremendous power, yet they’re often full of doubt and fear.Converting your goals into positive statements of affirmations is another way to focus intensely.” The Spark, p. 24
I'm a big believer in positive affirmations, especially since my friend who is a neuro psychiatrist told me repeating positive (or negative) statements actually forms little groves in the brain. This then becomes your reality. So, I post affirmations in different places and repeat the affirmation
out loud when I see it. The one I'm currently working on is, "I'm learning it's okay to make mistakes." Not easy for someone who thinks she has to be perfect.
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