Positive Intentions-Affirmations

Posted by Mrs. W. on Jun 25, 2011

The conscious mind (like the tip of the iceberg) is the part of the mind we think with, learn and communicate with. Affirmations are positive statements that, we repeat on a a daily or regular basis. Doing this helps to plant them, in a way, in the sub-conscious mind (this is the part of the mind below the surface (like the hidden part of an iceberg). As we work with and repeat affirmation, they become real for us. They also help us to shift and change our attitude and mindset to accomplish what we need and want in our lives more easily.

It’s important to understand that just as positive affirmations bring what we want, negative affirmations (and beliefs) can also attract what we don’t want. Our negative thoughts and chatter can prevent us from achieving positve, successful results. This happens because it is what we are focusing on, even if we are not aware of it.

Our subconscious mind does not really know if an affirmation is positive or negative it just works with the information it has stored. It accepts as true what we keep thinking, repeating and even saying. Over time, this attracts events and situations that match what we are thinking and saying into our life, whether they are good or bad for us.

That’s why it is SO important to choose only positive statements! When we affirm in a positive way, we build more successful experiences. Be aware of what kinds of messages are going on inside you and that you are giving attention to. Check yourself… you will get better at noticing negative ones and replacing them with positive ones!

Check out the page with a list of affirmations. More will be added over time and you can create your own.

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We share a common thread, affirmations give rise to great things! My company, PeachyKeen Girl is founded on this principle.
Kind Regards,
Patricia Andriani
Founder, CEG Chief Executive Girl

June 27th, 2011 | 1:13 pm
Mrs. W.:

Thank you so much Patricia. :)

July 6th, 2011 | 10:59 pm

Dear Mrs.W,
I appreciate the message you are clarifying. The lesson you taught us in class is fairly true (the iceberg theory). However, I wanted to know if you could write how depression could be controlled and released.

July 28th, 2011 | 12:33 pm
Mrs. W.:

•★•Feeling depressed is a lack of joy and happiness. We cannot really control it, we can however shift out of it in most cases. There are so many factors that can contribute to someone feeling depressed. The important thing is to find things to do that make us feel better, even a little bit…and then move up from there.
•★• It’s important to shift out of that feeling place as soon as we can. Maybe there is a real reason as well, sometimes our perceptions of life events are not accurate and we get all sad, worried and depressed. If you can take action and make some changes….do that.
Creating a gratitude list and adding to it every day is also very helpful. This way we focus our energy on what is positive and good, which creates a shift within us.
•★• If someone is feeling depressed for a long time and it is affecting them a lot, it might be best to go and see a doctor about it. Finding support and someone to talk to may help in some cases.Always talk to a parent or other trusted family member or adult. Connecting with nature also works for many, many people to shift that energy. Hope that helps.
Mrs. W.

August 6th, 2011 | 9:28 am