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Challenge & Overcome Negative Thoughts

Years ago, I would get craft paper from Michaels, cut the paper into cards and hand write fertility specific affirmations on them. I would pass them out at yoga class and everyone would get to keep the one that spoke the loudest to them. I would encourage everyone to place the card somewhere in a prominent location like a bathroom mirror or computer screen or even take a pic of it for a screensaver.

Well I created a downloadable Fertility Affirmation Deck that consists of 75 cycle specific affirmation cards. And it’s all yours! It’s MY GIFT to you and given my level of excitement on this, please take me up on this offer!

XO,

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The Benefits of
Practicing
Daily Affirmations

  • 1You become aware of your daily thoughts and words, reducing the risk of letting negativity seep in.
  • 2You notice more synchronicities in your life, which serves to encourage and motivate you to keep up the practice.
  • 3Daily affirmations not only help keep you surrounded by the things you want in your life but they help bring about more blessings and gifts.
  • 4A daily practice helps to keep the small things in perspective. In this high-speed world you can easily lose sight of how large the small things really are. When healthy you may forget to think of how much you appreciate it. A simple morning affirmation sentence of “I am healthy” can go a long way.
  • 5A recent study shows that optimistic people have healthier hearts, and affirmations help you to stay positive.
  • 6As you continue this practice, others take note and you begin to help those around you without even trying. This, in turn, helps keep you focused.
  • 7Daily affirmations keep you in a constant state of gratitude.

What Are Affirmations?

Affirmations are positive statements that can help you to challenge and overcome self-sabotaging and negative thoughts. When you repeat them often, and believe in them, you can start to make positive changes.

You might consider affirmations to be unrealistic “wishful thinking.” But try looking at positive affirmations this way: many of us do repetitive exercises to improve our physical health, and affirmations are like exercises for our mind and outlook. These positive mental repetitions can reprogram our thinking patterns so that, over time, we begin to think – and act – differently.

Although we use self-affirmations as a coping mechanism, they can also motivate us. Quite simply, when we feel good about ourselves, we are more likely to take action.

In contrast, when we feel bad about ourselves we become complacent, depressed, and are at a greater risk for health problems.

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