I was browsing at some old notes of mine from when I first joined the PUA community. 5 months in I realized the importance of having a great frame and believing in yourself.
It’s believe the change one’s habits and inspired a more productive lifestyle.
For example, after a long night of talking and interacting with people. Sometimes I would go home and focus on the negatives, like girls turning they’re backs to me while I’m speaking, they’re friends cockblocking me or some girl lashing out at me because I was trying to make small tall w/ her. I focused on that so much, I began to forget about the positives of the night and all the feedback all the women gave me to get better.
As people we have a bad habit of bringing that negative energy back home. We rant and complain to our friends and family, then we sleep with that bad energy. Most people workout or play video games to take they’re mind off of it. But it’s still there you have only suppressed it, not redirected.. so it still lingers and builds up.
- positive healing self-scripts that you give to yourself to counter your negative self-scripts
- a way by which you can free yourself from the over-dependence on other’s opinions, attitudes, or feelings about you and feel good about yourself
- positive self-scripts that enable you to take personal responsibility for your health and emotional stability
- a way of visualizing a new order and sense in your life, which you can work toward achieving
- self-scripts that allow you to give yourself permission to grow, to change, to take risks, to rise up, and to create a better life for yourself
- the recognition of your rights and affirming your claim on these rights, giving you an equitable chance of achieving your fullest potential
- success prophecies that, when visualized, imagined, or believed in, do come true
I mean let’s admit it, we live in a world where we can succumb to a negative environment that could ultimately kill us. Everyday we work our assess off, constantly at the mercy of our bosses and teachers. Being pushed to the limits of how much we can tolerate the feedback they give us.
I challenge you all to write down 10 self affirmations about yourself. And how do you write them you may ask?
I’ll use mine as an example..
- I’m strong and attractive
I could easily write “Strong and Attractive” but I’m not personalizing it or making it for the present. Putting phrases like, “I choose”, “I am”, or “I will” personalizes the affirmation there for it begins to resonate within when you say it at out loud.
Our bad behaviors become normal to us, therefore we relentlessly try to find external solutions to the problems. Realistically, its just all about how you handle the issue within… how we interpret negative emotions. People who don’t actively seek solutions or ways to handle them, become unstable in the mind and one day lash out those bottled up emotions because they’re fustrated.
I challenge my readers to write down 10 positive affirmations for yourselves.
Read them out loud when you wake up in the morning and once before you go to bed for 30 days. Keep notes on how you feel from day to day and how saying these affirmation change your interpretation of handling issues in your lives.
My Dad always says. “if you do something for 21 days straight it becomes a habit.”
Always look for ways to improve in life instead of digressing.
- How and Why to Use Positive Affirmations as a Stress Management Tool (witchesofthecraft.wordpress.com)
- Positive Beyond Thought (asecondcup.wordpress.com)
- A is for Affirmation (imstillherestanding.wordpress.com)
- How to Break the Habit of Attracting Negatives (witchesofthecraft.com)