Using mantras help you focus on the positive and on what you want to happen in your life. Saying them regularly helps shape your day and keeps those intentions in the forefront of your mind, making you more likely to live the mantra.
Here are seven that I think are great to carry into this new year (and beyond):
1. Just breathe.
When you’re in a situation that’s causing your stress or anxiety, remember to stop and take a few deep breaths. That way, you’re calmer and better able to make good decisions concerning whatever you’re dealing with.
2. I am enough.
It’s easy to feel like you’re not doing enough as a mom, entrepreneur, employee, wife, girlfriend, friend, etc. and that you could be doing more. However, it’s important to remember that you are enough and you do enough. You’re doing the best you can with the resources you have. Be okay with that.
3. I believe the best about myself.
What you believe about yourself and your life on the inside is what will manifest on the outside. Trust that things will always align for your best and believe that you’re the type of woman who can (and will!) co-create what she wants.
4. I am the best version of me.
It’s easy to get caught up in trying to do what other people do or be like they are, particularly when it comes to social media. But you have to take your eyes off of others and work on being the best YOU that you can be. One of my favorite quotes is from Kimora Lee Simmons: “Live life on your own path. Everybody’s got something different. You can’t keep up with all those people, so you better keep up with yourself.”
5. I live in the moment.
Commit to going with the flow and staying in the present, and watch how calmness becomes a bigger part of your life.
6. I let go of what no longer serves me.
Letting go of people, situations, beliefs, etc. that don’t benefit you any more allows you to make room for better.
7. I am open to receive all the good Spirit has to offer.
Spirit wants you to have good in your life, so stay positive about what you want, do your best to feel good, and take inspired action.
“I know for sure that what we dwell upon we become.” – Oprah Winfrey
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