How to Use Affirmations to Change Your Neural Pathways
Positive affirmations are words or phrases that we repeat to ourselves daily or whenever we are struggling. Instead of letting our inner voices mirror the critical voices in our lives, we can replace those with tracks of our own crafting that inspire us to keep reaching for greatness.
We can interrupt our neural pathways when they have been programmed toward negative thoughts by interrupting them with positive affirmations.
Instead of thinking, “I’m too stupid to do this,” for example, we can interrupt that negative thought by saying, “I can do this!” to ourselves.
So once you have set your intentions for the year, you might know that you have some limiting beliefs that will get in the way of manifesting them. Affirmations may be a way to change your mind. And to create new positive expectations about your intentions coming true...
Do you agree? Can affirmations work?
More, tomorrow, on how to use affirmations, especially when they don't seem to be working. See you then!
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