Spiritual Wellness: The indisputable power of affirmations

Spiritual Wellness: The indisputable power of affirmations

Thoughts often turn into actions, and those actions shape our lives. This is why it’s important for your inner voice to be as positive as possible, and for the things you say to yourself to be empowering. The more kindly you talk to yourself, the more confident you will become. When you’re filled with confidence, you are more likely to pursue your dreams and accomplish your goals.

Affirmations have been proven to rewire our brains and, thus, help with self-improvement and initiate more self-love. Positive affirmations when said out loud daily can help break the patterns of negative thoughts and limiting beliefs. When it comes to spiritual wellness, affirmations that are empowering send positive energy into the universe, which then comes back to you, because the universe is an energetic force that can fill you with light or darkness depending on what you release into the world.

Our Affirmations Collection was created to put more positivity into the world and to help people see the enormous potential within themselves. When you wear an Affirmations piece, it will remind you to speak kindly to yourself, to cultivate self-confidence, to believe in your abilities, and to know that you will accomplish whatever you set your mind to.

How do affirmations help us manifest? By making us believe in our potential and inspiring us to take action toward that goal. The key is to make sure you are filling your mind with positive affirmations often. Make it a daily activity. Start your day by saying certain affirmations that resonate with you out loud:

“I can and I will.”

“Everything I need is within me.”

“I am worthy of abundance.”

“Honor the Goddess within.”

“Say yes to new adventures.”

“I’m not obligated to please everyone. I am who I choose to be. I am enough.”

“I have the ability to make all of my dreams come true.”

“I have what it takes to be successful.”

“I deserve to be blessed with good fortune.”

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