Here's 10 Powerful 5 Minute Affirmations You Can Use Right Now
Starting your day with positive affirmations can be a great way to set the tone for the rest of your day.
Affirmations are positive statements that you say to yourself, either out loud or in your head, to help you stay focused and motivated.
Why use positive affirmations?
With just 5 minutes of your time each morning, you can use affirmations to help improve your self confidence, get into a positive money mindset, and encourage good health and wealth.
But affirmations can be used for way more than that too.
They are quite good at hushing away negative self talk too. (Who doesn't battle with this sometimes?)
You can also use them for a simple self talk positive affirmation like "everything is always working out for me" or "smooth, green light, flow."
That last one is particularly good if you're in traffic or driving!
I'm probably weird but I use positive thoughts, or positive affirmations (whatever you want to call them) - every single day.
10 health and money affirmations
Here are 10 health and money affirmations that you can use in your daily life:
- I am healthy, strong and full of energy.
- My body is capable of healing itself naturally.
- I am grateful for my financial abundance.
- I attract wealth and prosperity into my life easily.
- I have the power to create my own success.
- My thoughts are filled with positivity and optimism.
- I am open to new opportunities for growth and success.
- I have the courage to take risks and follow my dreams.
- My finances are growing every day.
- I am worthy of abundance in all areas of my life.
And my all time favourite...
I maintain a balanced diet and exercise physically and mentally everyday.
"I maintain a balanced diet and exercise physically and mentally everyday."
Full disclosure: I don't always get the diet right (I like chocolate!) but I do seek to maintain a good healthy diet and healthy routines.
How to use health and money affirmations
By repeating these affirmations each morning, you should start to notice a shift in your mindset as well as an increase in motivation and productivity throughout the day!
Maybe even write one or two down on a little card or notebook and carry it with you.
It's said it takes 30 days to make a habit. (It takes me more like 90 days!) So repeating these positive affirmations every day (quietly to yourself) is key.
Remember: repetition is your friend!
Can affirmations create financial abundance?
So yep, you really want to spend 5 minutes each morning saying these affirmations out loud or in your head - it could make all the difference!
Like I mentioned, I use my little positive thoughts or money affirmations throughout the day.
Sometimes I break them down to the basics so they're EASY to recall.
I'm wealthy, prosperous, money is good.
Money affirmations can definitely create a space for financial abundance.
If you're empowering yourself with a positive money mindset then you have to attract wealth, right?
Having said that - there's always a bunch of factors involved too, (like your environment, peers, self esteem, role models, study, education etc).
Can you become a money magnet?
Positive affirmations can help with improving self confidence and attracting money.
The way I see it is that I aim to remove any negative self talk and replace it with positive self talk.
Any why not?
As long as you can still see the big picture then I think it's a worthy ideal.
Attracting money (despite what many people might say) is important. You can help a LOT more people when you're wealthy! (Not to mention do amazing things for the world).
You can be financially secure and have a abundant future.
A positive mindset is a good thing. Money affirmations do work (in my humble opinion).
But you may find some folks will think you're a raving lunatic! 🙂
Let them think what they want.
Sometimes just keeping your health and money affirmations to yourself can work too. (Own your mind and mind your own!)
People do not decide their futures, they decide their habits and their habits decide their futures.
~ F. M. Alexander.
Our brains can’t tell the difference between a thought and a thing. So even if you just “think it” whether you truly believe it or not, the brain will see it as the ultimate truth. And with regular practise it will become so.
~ Mary Morrisey