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Daily Dose of Affirmation

Each day you can journey from your Alpha (it begins with you) to your Omega, which in the teachings of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, is the point within each of us where our inner spiritual nature meets our outer worldly nature. 

It is with this thought I bring to you daily dose of affirmations for your mind and soul. An affirmation a day, keeps the therapist away!!! Here are your affirmation for today :

  • I am happy, healthy, and centered.
  • Change provides me an opportunity.
  • I am calm, patient, and in control of my emotions.
  • The more I give, the more I will receive.
  • My negative thoughts and self-images are gone.
  • My strength is stronger than my anxiety.
  • I move beyond stress to peace.
  • My thoughts are positive and full of joy.
  • I am safe. I trust life, and I trust in myself.
  • My life is an adventure.

Have a confident day ahead.

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    • There is an old saying: It is better to give than to receive. The interpretation of this is that giving is an act of kindness. There is another old saying: The more you give, the more you get. So, is the act of giving truly an act of kindness, even if you know you’ll receive something back, and even if you don’t know exactly what it is? I think so, especially if the act of giving has no strings attached – even if giving more means you get more, then it truly is an act of kindness.

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      • I think the difference is giving without the notion to receive. It’s our human nature that conditions a thought somewhere in our mind that by giving or doing something good we will get something good in reverse. However the next step is ‘selfless service’. Truly be able to give without any thought or inclination whatsoever that something good will come your way. To reach that level is not just a mindset, but every inch of your body and soul accepting that. And the way to reach that level…..to confront our ego..every day.

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  1. Superb 👍.I like “More I give,more I receive”.Garima,your articles are really fantastic, inspirational and motivational.I really like your content on psychological health which really guides individual to deal with stress, anxiety and other issues.keep your good work going on.
    Best wishes 🙏

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    • Thank you Prakash. It is true, you get what you give. The Eighteenth Century Jewish master, Tzemech Tzedek, was once asked to pray for a seriously ill child. He said to the family, “Tracht gut vet zain gut,” a Yiddish phrase which means “Think good, and it will be good.” The child recovered. The Rabbi asked the family when the child began to turn around. They told him it was the minute they began to think positive thoughts. Stories such as this appear in many spiritual traditions. Jesus described it as “your faith has made you well.”

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  2. Every day I say very similar ones, if not the same.

    •I love myself, I trust myself, I am confident in myself.
    •My life is full of abundance.
    •when opportunity strikes I am prepared.

    Thank you for the inspiration. I hope everything you want in life flows to you in absolute abundance.

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    • Thank you for such kind words. I hope you get the best of everything you want. affirmations are used to reprogram the subconscious mind, to encourage us to believe certain things about ourselves or about the world and our place within it. They are also used to help us create the reality we want—often in terms of making (or attracting) wealth, love, beauty, and happiness.

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