How to Integrate Your Affirmation

How to Integrate Your Affirmation

How to Integrate Your Affirmation:

The best way to integrate your affirmations into your daily life and then making them work for you is to follow these simple steps with each and every affirmation that you use….

Grounding:

Before using your affirmation you should really take the time to ground yourself using your favorite method. Grounding is for the purpose of bringing yourself entirely into the present moment and focused on what is happening right now in the present moment. In addition, it’s a feeling of being “rooted” and stable in one place. One of the methods I like to use is the visualization of growing tree roots from the bottom of my feet deep into the ground, therefore, I am anchoring myself to the earth.

Focus:

Once your are grounded you can begin to do a simple visualization exercise of focusing on your heart center. Bring your presence into the beating of your heart while focusing on the life blood flowing through it. When you feel the power you can literally move the “light bulb” that represents your active mind and it’s thoughts into your heart. Once you have silenced the mind and centered heart allow yourself to focus on something that fills you with love. For some it will be their newborn child while for others it may be a puppy or kitten. Use whatever fills your heart with joyous love. Now you can say your affirmation out loud or in your head so that you will feel it taking root and integrating into your subconscious. Focus on how it feels to you and repeat the affirmation until it feels rooted within you.

Believe It;

The last step is to make sure that you believe in what you have  just affirmed since this is the key to manifesting the affirmation. If the affirmation requires action on your part be sure to follow through so that you will achieve the results you desire.

Today’s Affirmation:

“I know that the Universe provides for me in all ways.”

About Today’s Image:

I found these colorful wheels for pedal boats beached in one of our local waterfront parks. The wheels were huge, at least 5 feet in diameter and all chained together for winter storage.

Dream it, Affirm It, Believe it, Achieve it!

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