Your mind does what it thinks you want it to do based on your words, thoughts and beliefs about yourself. You have the power to choose positive words, think thoughts of healing, and believe that you are worthy of the life you desire. It takes practice to make positive affirmations part of your identity. How can you make your positive affirmations stick?
When you decide what your values are, when you decide what’s important to you, you can make small changes in your habits and celebrate these small wins because you know you are worth this decision. So, every small change you make in the direction of living in alignment with the type of person you want to be is a vote for the person you want to be.
Changing your habits is more than just changing a behavior, it is a plus in the column of your self-worth. And these positives compound over time making it difficult to go back.
I am grateful for the lessons the experiences of anxiety offer me. The chronic stressors of everyday life may lead to anxiety. And the experience of anxiety are messages that we all need to listen to in order to gain freedom from this anxiety. Use these tips from The Mindful Movement to listen to and gain freedom from the anxiety.
If you have followed the Mindful Movement on YouTube or the other social media platforms, you likely have heard my voice guiding meditations, possibly followed a Pilates or Yoga practice with me, and likely have seen my face in photos. There are a small percentage of our audience who has even worked with one on one or in a small group. No matter how you have come to know me, perhaps you have some more questions about who I am, what I believe, and how I got to where I am today. I’d love to introduce myself if you are interested.
In this article, you will learn some simple ways to add self care into your life that don’t take too much time. Do you think self-care is about getting a massage or treating yourself to special food or a material item? Do you prioritize others care over your own and have difficulty making time for your own care? And do you want a change? I can relate.