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Let’s Talk About Positive Self-Esteem Affirmations

By Guest Author On January 10, 2011 Under Improve Your Life, Improve Your Self Esteem, Law of Attraction, Personal Development, Self Help Tips, Self Improvement, Setting Goals, Success Secrets

Is there a reason why positive self-esteem affirmations play an important role in your life?. I don’t know about you, but I find that pessimistic and uninspiring talks zing their way into me faster and easier than positive ones, that’s why its important to give yourself positive self esteem affirmations. If, in an hour, seven people gave me real, luminous wish-wells, and one person criticizes me, it is the criticism that I would notice, absorb, and influence on for a long time. It is the criticism that I would turn over and over.

It’s simple to find criticism. It’s everywhere – like media, friends, family, office and social places. They like to think how we live, because they feel unsafe about themselves. And of course, perhaps most powerfully, are all the negative ideas we were taught and ingrained since childhood, vital hints that we still play through our minds.

So how do we reverse the tide on this wave of pessimistic exposure? An important factor is purposely looking for and including positive self-esteem affirmations in your life, on a frequent order. You deserve to see your own beauty–and to be as euphoric as you can be.

Give yourself the gift of positive spiritual affirmations:

* Recognise and acknowledge some good areas about yourself. publish out a list of things that you fancy about yourself, or that other people have told you they fancy about you. Pen down as many as you can. Then go through individual one. Think about it. Acknowledge it. Accept it and take it in. Pouring your energy into this, and really opening yourself up to this, can help you to heal some lingering pains, and work towards opening yourself up to more positive messages.

* Reward yourself positive affirmations as you would a kid. Kids need compliments and positive feedback to feel confident about themselves, and we give that freely to kids. Well, adults need it, too. So whenever you do something that you would appraise or like in a child…being kind to someone else, being tender, standing up for yourself or someone else, doing something that feels good, accomplishing something big or small…then give yourself some praise. Don’t be frugal with praise.Lavish it on you the way you would a child. Acknowledge the marvelousness in you, and make a habit of it. It really will help you feel better.

* Grant real accolades and praise to sink in there. Allowing compliments and praise to really touch you, including the ones you reward yourself, is something you may have to carefully do, but it’s important to do. If you have trouble keeping hold of the splendid things people say, pen them down, then look at them often.

* Read positive self esteem affirmations that appeal to you. Read some affirmations from a book, from internet, or from affirmation cards, or pen down your own. Just read the ones that feel like they fit you, that have messages you need to hear. Do this often, so you open up to the messages.

* Link an object with a positive message about you. Take an item, preferably a small one, one that you like or that causes you feel good – maybe a pebble, a booklet, a note, a little toy that you can carry around with you. Now think of a positive message about yourself – just one – and repeat it over and over while you look at the object. Tell yourself that whenever you look at that object, you’ll be recalled of that positive message about yourself.

* Take heed to positive self esteem affirmations all around you. Write out positive, joyful messages and put them in places you’ll locate them – in the folds of the books, on your computer screen, in your purse, in your pockets. Put them on your refrigerator door or mirror.

* Select the words you adopt for yourself objectively. Words have a potent hold on how we feel and think about ourselves and others. Words can hurt, erode, and injure. Words can also encourage, empower, heal. Choose words, when you think about yourself, that are positive, kind, and harmonious.

* Open your ears to alternative, healing tunes. If you only look for one song, check out Libby Roderick’s “How Could Anyone”. The lyrics are a resounding, healing affirmation: “How could anyone ever tell you, you were anything less than beautiful, how could anyone ever tell you, you were less than whole?”

* Learn to enjoy children’s music. There are some wonderful, encompassing, supporting children’s songs.

* Read a book or amusing strip that allows you feeling wonderful. Feeling good relaxes and get you into that “receiving” space where you can take in good messages. The messages are like healing positive affirmations, and the art is sensational.

* Send yourself a loving letter. Pen yourself a letter that talks about all the things you love about yourself. Go into as much detail as you want. If you have trouble writing it, think of a friend who cares about you, and try to write it from their perspective. Then mail yourself the letter.

Repeatedly giving positive self esteem affirmations to yourself, and taking them in, can work to build up your love for yourself, and help you to be more open to the good things within you, and around you. It can also build up your impedance to critical, hurtful messages, and help you to feel happier. So what are you waiting for? Give yourself positive self esteem affirmations right now. And believe it.

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