No two people are exactly alike, however, many, in their search, to feel that they fit in, adopt the goals of the group, as their own! Some of these may be relevant, while others may not apply correctly to what you need to address the most. While there are many approaches and possibilities, the effective use of a well-formulated list of claims is a tried and tested approach, which has been used in relevant ways over the years. With that in mind, this article will briefly attempt to consider, examine, review, and discuss some ways to create, use, and enhance your personal health and well-being, using a properly created one.
1. The basics: Start, by carefully considering and reflecting, in an objective and introspective way, what you feel, what you lack and / or need to focus on to become a better: you! This can be related to specific issues related to self-confidence, the way you speak / articulate, body image is important, weight / diet, etc. So remember, an Affirmation List should be personal and meaningful to you, and it forces you to expand the self-imposed limits of your comfort zone. In addition, it must be, in some way, focused and limited, to approximately ten, positively affirmed actions, etc.
two. Diet and exercise: Why do diet plans and exercise regimens fail so often? Why do people have such a hard time maintaining them? If you want to lose weight, the first step should be to consider your weight loss goals. So instead of just putting them in unfocused statements, they need to be expressed in a positive way. For example, one should not say: I’m going to lose weight, or something similar. Rather, a statement could be phrased, I am proud of my current weight and my body shape (indicate weight as a number you are looking for, not just what it is), and eat a healthy diet and exercise regularly, because it makes me feel healthier and happier.
3. Shy: Would you like to be more outgoing, but find it challenging to overcome your tendency, to be shy? Know what you feel, it would make you feel better about yourself, and use affirmations, as a tool, along the way. For example, don’t say I will no longer be shy. Rather, state your statement, in the present and positive, as, I enjoy meeting people and getting to know them, because it is interesting and it informs me better.
Obviously, affirmations can be used in many areas of life. Choose the ones that interest you, create your list and read your affirmations, 4 or more times, a day, slowly and affirmatively. It will help your health, happiness, and overall well-being!