Four Mistakes to Avoid In Your Daily Positive Affirmation Practice for Health and Fitness
Positive affirmations for success in health are an incredibly powerful tool to help you achieve your fitness goals. Positive affirmations are used by millions to obtain success and realize their dreams. However, there are just as many who practice affirmations but never see results. This might be because they are not using them correctly.
Below are four mistakes you’ll want to avoid in your daily affirmation practice for fitness and health.
Practice Mistake: Giving Up Too Early
Consistency is critical for having success with affirmations. Once you get started with your practice, the repetition has a lasting effect that will continue to build upon itself. Repeating your affirmations daily make it much easier to maintain. Plus, every time you say the statement you significantly magnify the results.
Practice Mistake: Giving Up Too Early
The mistake most beginners make is that they give up the process entirely too soon. When you give up too soon, you don’t give the affirmations enough time to set into your subconscious.
Practice Mistake: Using a Different Affirmation Each Day
Using a different affirmation every day is like trying to work on a dozen various projects at once. Since each project requires your energy and attention, you can’t help but shift your focus and effort from project to project.
However, if you want to see results right away, then you have to focus on just one (two at most) affirmation and stick with it. When it comes to affirmations, it is all about focus. To make your affirmations effective, you have to use the same affirmation daily for at least 30 days.
Practice Mistake: Selecting an unachievable affirmation
All of us want to be wildly successful in everything that we do. However, no matter how much you think positively or make good affirmations this likely will not happen without effort and selecting the correct goals.
It is better to start with goals that are stretch affirmations that are difficult, achievable, but require a reasonable amount of efforts. For example, its easier to training and complete a 5K than it is to a complete a Marathon. Build on these small successes and then transition to larger more difficult goals and affirmations.
Practice Mistake: Lack of Focus and Attention
If you’ve been using positive affirmations for a while and have yet to achieve results, and you’ve tried everything else, it could mean that you aren’t entirely focusing your attention on the affirmation.
We’re constantly bombarded with interruptions. The reality is that most of us have incredibly short attention spans and have to change focus points just to keep up To make your statements work for you, you have to master your attention span, which only comes with practice.
By practicing your positive affirmations daily, you can learn how to master your attention. When you can learn how to master your attention, you will start to master your manifestations.
If you haven’t had success with your daily affirmations yet, don’t worry. By making a few simple changes to your daily practice through avoiding the mistakes listed above, you’ll quickly find success with using affirmations to achieve everything you desire.
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Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only. It is not medical advice and should not be used or interpreted as such. You should always consult a medical professional before making drastic changes to your diet and physical exercise
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