I haven’t done a Sunday Talk segment post on my blog in a while and I decided to resume it for the new month of September. Here’s to a month that’s centered on growth, wake up calls, new opportunities, and accomplished goals. I hope you enjoy and I hope we can keep this rolling without interruptions.
I recently downloaded this app from the Play Store called My Affirmations. It’s only been about 4 days and although I haven’t toggled with all the features of the app, I must say my experience thus far has been fantastic.
I wasn’t always a believer in the power of positive affirmations and even when I started believing, I had my fair share of doubts. I just never quite got how words, being repeated ever so often, could cause such a significant shift in your mindset and overall view on situations. But after approaching the app with an open mind and heart, I realized that the tongue has so much power and we don’t understand it.
Some of the affirmations I’ve received thus far are: “I am living a healthy lifestyle.” “I have an unshakable belief in myself.” and so much more.
Saying these quotes aloud 5 times slowly and mindfully, I was able to go through my day with a strong sense of hope and faith and I feel so much lighter and confident.
I haven’t had an anxiety attack in a week (I wrote this prior to my anxiety attack that happened yesterday but still, acknowledge the small achievements) and I’m very proud of myself. Each day that passed, I put a lot of trust in God and these affirmations to carry me through and they did.
If you don’t believe in God, you can just try the affirmations. They’ll work, especially if you suffer from low self-confidence, anxiety, depression and/or any sort of physical ailment.
‘Life and death is in the power of the tongue.’
Your words have power. Use them wisely. Use them to build yourself up and not to tear yourself down.
Once again, the name of the app is called My Affirmations. The logo is a purple lotus flower. I’m not affiliated with the company; I’m just passing on something that’s working for me, to you. Have a great week anyone.