self affirmations

How Self – Affirmation Works & How It Helped Me As A Mother!

When I woke up this morning and began to think about what I would write today, one of the first things that came to mind was the significance of self-affirmations, particularly for those of us who are mothers.

So, let’s start this discussion by defining exactly what we mean when we say “Affirmation.” An affirmation is a positive phrase that can help you fight and overcome self-sabotaging and negative ideas. 

It is not a myth that our words and thoughts have power. If you’ve ever heard the saying, “A negative thinking will never create a positive life.” The Universal truth, wouldn’t you say?

If we have a pessimistic outlook on the world, then it will be impossible for us to lead a happy and successful life. To tell you the truth, we have no intention of doing so. Our ideas become our words, our words become our deeds, and our deeds comprise our entire life.

If you are curious about how self-affirmations work, you should know that they are quite simple at their essence. Simply saying out loud sentences that represent the positive feelings and actions you wish to cultivate in your life is all that is required. The goal is to say them every day, and after a certain amount of repetition, they will start to feel like true beliefs. In addition to that, it’s a manifestation of the law of attraction.

If you convince the universe that you are deserving of something and that you can achieve the goals you set for yourself in life, it will be much simpler for it to deliver those things to you.

You can use the following affirmations and try to conceive of ones more particular to your situation. Create a list of them and write it down. And don’t forget to speak them out loud every morning before you start your day, being sure to keep your shoulders back and maintain a firm posture. Claim what is justifiably yours to begin with. These are great for using on a daily basis. They are broad and potent, and will deliver an increase to your energy levels.

  • I hope that I am a good mother in my child’s eyes, as well as in his or her thoughts and feelings.
  • I don’t feel the need to compare myself to other parents since I can provide exactly what my child requires to flourish as a human being.
  • My youngster will pay attention to what I have to say and comprehend what I am trying to express.
  • My children express their gratitude to me.
  • I model for my children what it is to love other people by showing them my love.
  • I am so grateful that my children have good health, brilliant minds, and loving hearts.
  • My family is fortunate to have me as a member.
  • I am not yet perfect, but I am making strides toward that goal.
  • For me, taking care of myself is not a luxury but rather a requirement.
  • Simply being who I am is sufficient.

Now, in addition, I believe that it is essential to have particular ones that you say. It never stops to amaze me how quickly things get done when I concentrate on being as specific as possible. For instance, I once affirmed, “Very soon, Hitarth will begin sharing his things with other kids.” AND IT ACTUALLY HAPPENED!!!

And when he first started school, I used to tell myself things like, “Hitarth has settled in well, and his teachers are already praising him,” and you won’t believe it, IT HAPPENED!

So, ensure that you give genuine consideration to the aspects of your life that you consider to be your dream, and then devote a few minutes of each day to the practice of thinking that these aspects will soon become a reality for you. You can have anything you want, regardless of how big or small it may be. Try not to be so timid.

Consequently, it is important to take the time to compile a list of affirmations. Do it right now. There is time for everyone. So no excuses. Perform the exercises first thing in the morning. In addition, I can’t wait to get your feedback on how effectively they work for you.

Namita Aggarwal

I'm a devoted full-time mom and part-time blogger, passionate about nurturing my 4-year-old and expressing myself through writing. Amidst the whirlwind of motherhood, I steal moments to immerse myself in the world of words and ideas. Through my blog and online communities, I find solace, knowledge, and connection with fellow parents. Balancing caregiving and writing fuels my growth and brings fulfillment. As a reader, I value the power of shared experiences and wisdom found in blogs. I am also an art person, and I take art classes for kids, allowing me to nurture their creativity and explore the world of colors and shapes together. Let's embark on this digital journey together, celebrating the joys and navigating the challenges of parenthood while embracing the artistic side of life.

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