The Universe has your back. #Affirmations not only change your thinking. They also change the vibration you’re putting out into the Universe. You are speaking into reality your aspirations.
Consider this. Practically every mythology on the planet states that the Universe was spoken into being. Not only are words powerfully creative within the Universe. They are literally its source, not according to one or two mythological accounts, but according to literally hundreds. Speaking things into existence is as old as time and as powerful as The Universe itself.
Affirmations are simple. String a few powerfully positive words together and infuse your consciousness with them and over. The Universe was literally built to respond to powerful intentions. Make sure you’re consciously giving those intentions to respond to.
You ARE the heir to this process! You can speak a different moment, a different day, a different life into existence. We can can speak a different world into existence.
You’ve been told enough times in your life where you’ve failed and fallen short. It’s time to acknowledge and give in a little to your greatness. It’s not about ego. It’s about seeing the amazing gifts and resources you bring to the table and the amazing accomplishments you’re capable of.
Once you are reminded and focused on seeing your own greatness, this affirmation also asks you to pay it forward and remind the people around you of their greatness too. Imagine a world of people shining in their greatness rather than wallowing in their “less than.” For best results, listen to this affirmation regularly and with headphones.
First-person: I see my greatness and I help others to see their greatness too.
Second-person: You see your greatness and you help others to see their greatness too.
Wherever you are on your journey today, see your greatness.
Today I’m starting a new series of posts – Saturday Personal Development Questions.
I will ask a question and then I’ll answer it first. I’d love to read your responses in the comments below.
Today’s Question: What is your superpower?
My Answer: From an early age, I’ve always had the ability to see and consider different points of view. This is true of ideas I don’t agree with or even completely foreign concepts. I’m able to see how others might arrive at their positions and take any positive aspects from those perspectives and incorporate them into my own.
This has really contributed to perspectives about life and the human condition that both eclectic and diverse.