Friday, June 12, 2015

Repeat after me.

Today is Five Minute Friday where a tribe of writers take five minutes out of their busy schedules and write about a topic that Kate Motaung chooses for us! No fancy edits. Just writing for five minutes from the heart. Come on over to Kate's place to see how to join in! This week's prompt is "world".




GO.

I’ve been doing a lot of talking to myself lately. You know. The good and the bad. Sometimes the bad wins out and gets me into all kinds of trouble.

Thoughts have energy in the body, did you know that? There have been experiments done on that and thoughts either have negative or positive energy and we get to choose.

That is another amazing thought.

We get to choose our thoughts.




Sometimes it is SO HARD and it seems like something or someone else inside my own head is choosing those negative thoughts for me. But, you know what? It’s my own thoughts that I, myself, are choosing for good or for bad.

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how my own mental and emotional health is tied greatly to my physical health. (I think about this almost constantly..) That’s why I’ve written so much on “soul care” and taking “soul spas” for ourselves.


 It’s only when we take the time to think about

 this body, soul, spirit connection 

that we can truly be healthy.


So, I”ve got an exercise for you.
Here goes.

Repeat after me. 

“I am worthy.”

“I carry the divine light of God within me, because I’m created by Him.”

“I can do anything and go anywhere I want to. Only my thoughts limit me.”

“I am loved.”

“I forgive myself for not believing I am worthy and loved.”

“I give myself permission to love and accept myself.”

"I am one of a kind in this world. There is no one else like me. I am unique."

STOP.


Thanks for stopping by today, friend! I pray that you will take the time to do these simple affirmations. It makes a huge difference in our thoughts to say positive, truthful and uplifting words to ourselves.

Blessings to you!

~Anne

8 comments:

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    1. thank you, Gloria! I need them!

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  2. Thanks for the reminder to choose happiness.
    Hugs,
    Melinda
    (visiting from FMF)

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    1. yes, choosing happiness. Thanks for stopping by Melinda! Blessings!

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  3. Good reminder that we can choose our thoughts and need to be proactive about doing this.

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    1. Thanks, Carly. Yes, it's an ongoing battle for me. I'm glad God and His Word are on my side, too. :)

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  4. “I forgive myself for not believing I am worthy and loved.”
    Wow... that hit home painfully.
    Thank you, dear friend, for being vulnerably open. Hugs.

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    1. Thank you dear friend for stopping by, and for your affirming words. They mean so much to me!

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