|06-16-2011, 03:10 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: New Jersey
What Do You Think About At Bedtime?
I am healthy and strong.
That's mine. I've been telling myself this nightly for years, with huge success. It covers more than it might seem like at a quick glance, and I feel great about it and believe in it.
I do go through phases of working out, and I try not to have a terrible diet, but I don't work out consistently, or eat especially well on a regular basis.
Regardless, I expect myself to be healthy and strong, and I make sure to remind myself every night, when the barrier to my subconscious is thin and my surroundings are quiet so whatever powers exist can hear clearly.
And I am. I feel physically and mentally healthy, and nobody tells me different. When situations arise that call for physical or mental strength, I am always up to the task. Energy vampires get halted, heavy stuff gets moved, whatever.
It covers a lot of things, but I really attribute much awesomeness to my simple little mantra.
Do you have something like this? Share it with us.
|06-16-2011, 03:21 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Not so much before bed, but yeah, I tell myself I am lucky to be so healthy at certain times in the day, and have all my limbs, can eat without the threat of choking, or having to eat through a straw like many people living with disabilities, can tie my shoelaces without thinking about it, brush my own teeth...that sort of thing. I try and remind myself of all the little things that we all take for granted, that are really blessings.
Tonight I actually tried visualizing counting $800 in cash before going to sleep, as part of a little experiment inspired by a persons post I read here the other day. I had $800 cash today to give to my housemate for rent, so I was able to get a clear visual and feeling representation of how it looked and felt to flick through that much cash...so we'll see what the results are after a week of doing this?
Basically, health and mental strength "every day in every way I am getting better and better" is the mantra. I always seem to rise to the challenge when life throws me a curve ball these days, so much so that it really takes me by surprise how easily I do deal with things these days...things that would make some people crumble if they were experiencing it.
|06-16-2011, 11:43 PM||#4 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: Auckland, New Zealand
thanks for sharing that about being healthy and strong, I like it, its so simple and do-able but at the same time quite powerful.
I have mainly focused on money as that is what I needed most when i started the LOA journey. My main mantra is 'huge amounts of money come easily to me' and that has come true for my partner and I. We started a business without even planning to and have regularly received large profits from that working part time and several times more than i would have earned in a regular job.
Im now thinking about what next? i would like to maintain good health so like your mantra, another one I heard of is 'its a safe and friendly world' which I like becos to me it gives an impression of life being easier and more loving.
Would be good to hear any other ones that have worked well....
|06-17-2011, 11:11 AM||#8 (permalink)|
Join Date: Feb 2011
First I say thanks to the universe and my angels and guides for a great day and keeping my family safe and well. Then I might say a couple of MBO's for the next day. After that to lull me to sleep I usually say one of two affirmations. Emile Coue's "Every day in every way I'm getting better and better" or "My life is now in Divine Order, only good flows to me now." (I can't remember exactly whose this is, either Joseph Murphy, Catherine Ponder, or Florence Scovel Shinn.) These affirmations are especially helpful if I'm having trouble falling asleep, they seem to act as a lullaby.
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