How Should You Talk To Yourself

How Should You Talk To Yourself

You talk to yourself all the time. It is said that we have 60,000 thoughts a day and same thought patterns are mostly repeated over time. You can change your thought patterns by changing what you say to yourself.

  • I have positive self-talk, positive visualization, positive mental food, positive people, positive health and positive actions.
  • I have high Self-esteem=self-confidence (faith in my own faculties + self-respect (worth)
  • The power is within me; I am perfect. There is no one better or smatter than me. I am enough and worthy.
  • I believe in myself and have confidence in myself.
  • I walk with my head high. Inside and outside I am beautiful, young and filled with pure bliss.
  • I am in love with myself, I have unconditional self love. No personal trait or achievement, No deficiency, no fix me or any possession can postponed my love where I accept and forgive myself, respect myself and treat myself as the most important person.
  • I am thankful for all I have.
  • I like myself.
  • I can do it.
  • I enjoy myself, what I have, activities and other people.
  • I keep myself in powerful positive vibrations all the time.
  • I am strong, brave and like a cheetah. I feel Happy in all situations (No one, No where, No thing can give me peace). Clarity, Thankfulness, Solitude, Simplicity, Silence, Nature, Cleanliness, Honesty, Learning, Contributing, Creating and Making a difference make me happy. I am clear, decisive, firm, action oriented, focused, committed and persistent, disciplined, concentrated on high priority items.
  • I Choose and Act, am Responsible-in control of direction & self, never complain, blame, back-bite, be negative about a situation or a person.

Power of affirmations and how should you talk to yourself is very important in determining who you are, how you see yourself and how you behave with others.

 


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